Perusing through your local junkyard can turn up quite a few rarities with a keen sight for oddballs. In this case, Autoblog has detailed its latest junkyard find: a 1983 Buick LeSabre Estate Station Wagon.
It’s clear whoever owned this 1983 Buick last knew he or she would be its last owner. Sticker-bombed to the heaven and back, the 1983 Buick looks like it served its owner well during its final days as a glimmer of Detroit luxury before fading far, far away. And it looks like it was a skier’s trusty companion, so it certainly lived a good life.
Back then, power came from an Oldsmobile-sourced 307 ci V8 engine producing a measly 140 horsepower. But the power of 140 ponies moving the car along were plenty when mulling over the memories this Buick served as a canvas for.
Awash with a red interior, the odometer doesn’t read how many miles did this Buick in. But, with five digits available, it likely served its purpose.