Questions answered: What would a last-gen LeSabre look like as a convertible? Answer: Really damn good why the hell didn't they do this.

Questions asked: WHY?

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Losing the C pillar really makes it look like less of a Grandpa car, but why the lack of a grille? And why on earth is the rear lowered more than the front?

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Why is the dash popped up on the right side? Good job on the speakers and reapulstory, though. Looks pretty decent.

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UM.

This car is more questions than answers

Why would you put a super-busy graphic like that on here? It looked decent (aside from the rims) before you did that. Ugh.

Also, them speakers. WUB WUB WUB WUB WUB WUB (trying to fill up space to get to the next line) WUB WUB WUB WUB WUB WUB WUB.

Whatever.

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Why, again, is it lower in the back? This isn't a truck, you don't do the Alabama Squat in a luxury sedan. Though I will say yet again this looks better (the idea of this car as a convertible) than any convertible available at the time (I dislike wedges)

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Bonus hellaflush Buick. Not sure why the trunk lid is rippling like that/misaligned. Hell, all of the body panels look misaligned. I'm pretty sure the car is collapsing in on itself due to losing half of its structure. Perhaps a targa-top conversion a-la Fiat 500 would have been better?