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Harley Earl in his 1951 Buick LeSabre Concept Car
Harley Earl and the 1951 General Motors Buick LeSabre Concept Car
Buick Le Sabre - One of the first postwar one-off dream cars was the 1951 GM LeSabre. Designed by GM's styling chief, Harley Earl (behind the wheel), it had an aluminum and magnesium body, heated seats, built-in hydraulic jacks and a moisture sensor which raised the top if it started to rain. This concept car is currently on loan to and on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan.
1951 Buick Le Sabre concept car - here driven by fabled designer Harley Earl
1951 General Motors Le Sabre Harley Earl
1951 Buick Le Sabre Concept
Una epoca maravillosa donde los diseñadores de automóviles tenían carta blanca para crear coches únicos. Disfruta de este Le Sabre de 1951
1951 Buick Le Sabre
Buick Le Sabre - CONCEPT CAR
1951 LeSabre Concept Car. I wish...Lisa Phillips-Barton Suntrup BUICK GMC 4200 N SERVICE RD ST PETERS, MO 63376 (636)939-0800 - RACHEL WILCOX
1950's Buick concept car ........ really ugly!
1951 Buick LeSabre
1951 Buick La Sabre Concept at 1953 Motorama Car Show. Photograph by Dennis Stock
1951 Buick LeSabre Concept Car by Auto Clasico, via Flickr