philip roitman

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  1. Thanks Brian. It was great seeing, talking and sitting with you at the meet. Congratulations on your Senior Award I believe. You picked up so many awards for people it was hard to keep up! ;-) Beautiful car! I posted pictures of the event on the AACA Meets and Tours forum in case anyone is interested. I am pretty sure I got all of the Buicks. We had a wonderful time and there certainly was a large number of great Buicks . Also a big thank you to the Hornets Nest Region for all they do.
  2. 2018 Charlotte Meet photos

    Had a great time at the event despite the light rain. Thank you to all involved. I will hopefully be back next year.
  3. Southeastern National Spring Meet, April 7

    Mark, Thanks for the pictures. Sorry I missed you. You looked busy the few times I did see you. We had a good time at the event even with the rain. I plan on going again as it's always a fun time. I will make a new post of my photos.
  4. Southeastern National Spring Meet, April 7

    Heading out from the NYC area tomorrow morning. Hoping the weather is not too bad. I am bringing a clear plastic cover for the car just in case, and umbrellas for when I have to show the interior. White interiors and water do not mix well. It will be the first time in the rain since the restoration, if it rains!
  5. I posted a few pictures of this event in a current AACA post. After learning from Mark Shaw that many members do not use FB which is where I posted them, I have decided to share them here for the folks that have not seen them before . I hope you all like them. I would again like to Thank Mr. Bulgari for hosting this event at his wonderful facility, and for doing an amazing job saving American automotive history.

    Thank you. I did share my album of photos for this event on multiple Face Book sites at the time. If you think I should share them on a new post in the forum, (Buick or AACA?) I would be more than happy to do so.

    The Buick Club of America did indeed have their 50th Anniversary at the NB Center for American Automotive History. Mr. Bulgari should be thanked for his amazing collection of American automobiles. The man is literally saving a huge part of the American automotive experience. The facility is incredible as well as beautiful. I am looking forward to going back for the AACA AGNM in 2020. Here are a few pictures from the Buick event.
  8. MrEarl's Daily Therapeutic Dose of Buick

    A pretty nice rear end for a 43 year old.
  9. Boca Raton Concours 2018 Photos

    It is a lazy Sunday watching racing on TV. I thought I would post my pictures from the event. ( I will take out some of the photos of my car as there a lot of them.) We had a great time. The AACA Decades section was wonderful and I spent a lot of time there admiring and learning about the eclectic selection of wonderful automobiles. Thanks to Steve Moskowitz and all involved in the club. Although I was not in the Decades class it was an honor to be invited to be in a class. Looking forward to the Charlotte Meet next month. IMG_0636.MOV
  10. What's your Dream Buick?

    but wait there's more, a '56 Century, '38 Any 2 door and a '65 GS 4 speed, I should look for my list from 20+ years ago!! LOL! X2
  11. Shipped my 73 4 speed from NY to the Boca Concours. Drove it a little and had a great time.
  12. Feel free to use any picture you would like. My Grandson David. He is 10 years old and lives in NY. First photo: David at the 2015 Greenwich Concours in front of my '73 Sun Coupe. He was a Hagerty youth Judge also. Second photo: 2017 at the Simeone Museum a good way to end a weekend in Philadelphia. Third photo. 2017 Pound Ridge NY Car show. David with the Corvette go-Kart he built with his Dad. His Dad's Nova in the backround Fourth photo: Bear Mountain Cruise David between my old '73 GS 4 speed and his other Grandpa's 32? Chevy pickup Hot Rod. You getting us Grandpa's to send photos of the kids and you might just get more than you asked for! :-)
  13. 2018 Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance and AACA

    This is Keith Martin's Sports Car Market magazine Boca Raton Concours insert for their next months magazine. Mr. Martin will be a judge at the event along with our illustrious leader Mr. Moskowitz, who will be a co chief Judge. P.S. Thank you Wayne and Mark for the nice responses, it is much appreciated.…/SCM_BocaRaton1801_digital… SPORTSCARMARKET.COM
  14. 2018 Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance and AACA

    I just want to say thank you to Steve Moskowitz for all the help with the Boca event. While my car was not accepted for the AACA part of the show, I was informed that the Concours was looking into my entry for the regular classes. It all worked out and was glad to hear that the AACA had so many entries for the '60's and "70's cars as this meant there was a large interest in attending. While at the MuscleCar and Corvette Nationals in Chicago last week, I was pleased to recieve an acceptance into the event! It will be a long haul from NY and I have contacted the sponsoring Transportation Co. (Passport) to take the car back and forth to the show. The car is my '73 Buick Gran Sport Stage 1 4 Speed. The car was shown for the 1st time at this years Hershey event where it won it's First Junior Award. The topper to the weekend in Chicago was the car won a Concours Award with 999 (really 1000) points out of 1000 points. On top of that the car won the Platinum Pick Judges Award Best Buick in the show. My reservations to the Boca Resort were made as soon as I got home. I am looking forward to attending this event and hopefully meeting the AACA members that will be attending. I will be making arrangements to attend the Gala Banquet Saturday evening and hoping to possibly being seated with some members as well. Who has received notice that they have been accepted to the "AACA Through the Decades" portion of the event? Again a BIG thanks to Mr. Moskowitz for the help. This event will be the 3rd time the car is being shown, and it was also invited to this years Greenwich Concours in June 2018.