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concealing it’s headlights behind retractable clamshell covers Carpinteria, CA 1960 buick electra 225 convertible original southern california car. It was named after heiress and sculptor Electra Waggoner Biggs by Harlow Curtis, her brother-in-law and one-time Buick president. gone were the sideways wings, staying were the side vents Cost: $3,348.00. The top line Buick got a mild face lift from 1959. the Classic series (shown) got upgraded interior and wheels, The hidden head lights are back by popular demand $425.00 . We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to them or that they’ve collected from your use of their services.
I didn't realize the 60 Buick had both hot and cold lights. the Custom Limited four door hardtop (shown) You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website. hailed as stunning and remarkable the 1963 launched Buick and the Electra series was the matriarch of the family 1960 Buick Electra The top line Buick got a mild face lift from 1959 the delta wing although still prominent was a little less drastic the Electra 225 model was named because that was it’s length, 225 inches. 60 Buick Electra Convertible. The Sport Sedan was almost a 4-dooor hardtop, and the large wraparound rear window made the Impala very light and roomy in the rear. The Buick Series 4600 Invicta was introduced to replace the Century, and was equipped with a 6,571cc V8 engine, and could be ordered in 5 different body styles from convertible to station wagon. Joined: Mar 10, 2011 Posts: 553. //-->. 13 new & refurbished from $380.00. I bought this big beautiful yellow '60 Buick Electra convertible 30 years ago. The top line Buick got a mild face lift from 1959 e9 = new Object(); Under the bonnet was the 6,571cc 'Nailhead' V8 engine. Chevrolet Impala 1959 Sport Sedan. Under the bonnet was the 5,965cc V8 engine. This is the car Patrick Swayze drove in “Roadhouse”, Gone was the style leader that changed Buick’s image The Cadillac Series 62 and 'deVille' models sat on a 130 inch wheelbase and measured 225 inches, whereas the Chevrolet Impala was 119 inches between the wheels and 211 inches overall. the delta wing although still prominent was a little less drastic LeSabre was marketed as 'the thriftiest Buick'. came with a vinyl roof, special trim, all power options and custom interior,