1965 The Buick Le Saber Was Perfect For My Growing Family | MakeAveStudios

Entertainment was basic: a non-stereo (monaural) AM radio only with a speaker in the front seat and a single speaker in the rear deck. Power steering and brakes were standard on all full-size Buicks for 1965. Power was provided by a standard 300-cubic-inch V8, with optional 340, 350, and 455-cubic-inch powertrains. Automatic transmissions were standard, including the 2-speed ST-300, 3-speed ST-400, and TH-350 throughout the three-generation Le Sabers’ five-year period.

The 1965 Le Saber was the first year of the third generation of the model, which lasted until 1970. The Le Saber was available in four-door sedan, four-door hardtop, two-door hardtop, and convertible.

EVENTS TO COME: The annual meeting of the Horseless Carriage Club of Missouri Easter Concours d’Elegance Auto Show returns for 2022 to the upper parking lot of Muny on Easter Sunday. Good news / bad news … you will have to decide if your interest is in stock, cars 25 years or older, or customs, modifications, hot rods, bikes, trucks, etc. Since 1970, the Easter event has been a two-for-one deal. The HCCM held its show on the upper Muny lot, while the St. Louis Street Rodders Association did theirs on the Lower Muny Lot, calling it “the real Easter Show”. It seemed like a good deal for those of us who like all cars, of all ages and modified or not. Street rodders have canceled their 2020 show due to the pandemic. They did not cancel their 2021 show, however, as it was being held at the St. Louis Family Arena in St. Charles. It turned out to be the biggest and best show since their debut in 1970! More cars, more parking, what’s not to like?

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