GR Auto Gallery of Indianapolis is pleased to present this 1973 Buick Centurion Convertible for your consideration. This is a two owner vehicle. This Buick has been with the previous owner for about 2 years and has been used sparingly by the current owner. This vehicle is an excellent classic cruiser for an enthusiast looking for a convertible to enjoy. Equipped with a 350ci V8, this Buick sends the power to the rear wheels through a 3-speed automatic transmission. Additional equipment includes power steering and power brakes which allow you to lean back and enjoy a leisurely driving experience. The vehicle is finished in a lovely Harvest Gold exterior over a Saddle leather interior that gives this Centurion striking yet elegant styling. The power top on this vehicle functions and the top does show very little wear and tear. The odometer is currently showing a little over 100,000 miles and is ready for the next enthusiast to enjoy. The current owner has recently performed a tune up and installed a new gas tank. The purchase does include the original window sticker and the build sheet. This beautiful Buick will be a great weekend cruiser, top down, 50 miles an hour, no cars in the world. So, if you’re in the market for a fun weekend driver or something that is a great platform for some performance upgrades, this is the convertible for you. Don’t hesitate to give us a call with any questions or for more information.

The Buick Centurion is a full-size car built from the 1971 through 1973 model years. Replacing the Wildcat as the sporty iteration of Buick’s three full-size car lines, it slotted between the LeSabre and Electra in the lineup. With the LeSabre convertible dropped after 1972 and the intermediate-sized Buick lineup (renamed from Skylark to Century for 1973) losing its droptop permanently after the 1972 model year, the Centurion was Buick’s only convertible offering in 1973. This would also be the final year for the Centurion series, which was replaced for 1974 by the new LeSabre Luxus, which included the convertible reinstated to that line for another two model years. GM would not see another Buick convertible until the Buick Riviera in 1982. Total Centurion production was 110,539 units, including 10,296 convertibles. With only three years of producti

on, the Centurion had one of the shortest model runs in modern Buick history.

Price does not include applicable tax, title, license, processing and/or $199 documentation fees.

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