Back in the 1980s, Buick made a coupe version of its full-size LeSabre sedan. The person who bought this one decided they wanted to make a limo version of this coupe version of a sedan. You see the results.
This is a 1989 Buick LeSabre Coupe — which was a highly distinctive and rather unusual car — except it’s been turned into a limo. It appears this feat was accomplished by grafting together two LeSabre Coupe models, using the front half of one (up to the end of the front door) and the rear three-quarters of another (from the base of the windshield back). It’s one of the strangest limos I’ve ever seen, and it’s currently offered for sale by Mike Juneau’s Brookfield Buick GMC in Brookfield, Wisconsin, a Milwaukee suburb, for $17,995.
Interestingly, it looks like a tremendously professional conversion. With the exception of the odd window line on the rear half, caused by the A-pillar of the rear LeSabre Coupe, it almost looks like it was intended to be this way — and interior photos of the rear show a well-thought-out cabin with a rear-facing bench seat, forward-facing buckets and a huge console in the middle, possibly for a refrigerator or storage.
This may not be the car you have in mind when you think about a "limo," but it’s unique, it’s in excellent shape and it’s traveled just 1,550 miles from new. And now it can be yours.