Amsterdam is a colorful city, so if you want to stand out, it better be even more so. This 1964 LeSabre wagon shot by Corey Behrens that is a rolling billboard for its owner’s exercise training business is doing that very effectively. Let’s take a closer look.
very nice and good use of those acres of sheet metal.
It certainly stands out .
Sweet and atmospheric! There’s an “omafiets” (granny bike) in the foreground of the first picture. That type of bicycle has been highly popular among young girls/ladies as long as I can remember.
Johannes – My eyes went to the bicycle first. I want an opafiets with the twin top bars. It is the perfect bicycle for city riding – the type of riding I mostly do and enjoy most. The height of an opafiets provides the sight lines city riders need. Of course, because of weight, an opafiets only works where the topography is completely flat so it would work for me just in the central and south portions of Scottsdale. I live at the start of the north and would use a different bike up in the hills. I’d love to bring back a real Dutch opafiets from a long weekend trip to Amsterdam.
Available in any color, so long as it is black.
Great paint job for advertising!
In my view the ’63-’67 Wildcats were among the top 60’s sedans in terms of style, luxury, performance and status. But like the ’64 Impala, that is quite the bland, generic face on the ’64 Le Sabre vs the ’63. It seems just a place holder to the next gen 65’s.
Beautiful car, looks to be in great shape!