Brad Conley

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About Brad Conley

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  1. Buick wagons will invade Iowa July 19-21

    Some of the guys on the Station Wagon forum I'm sure will be asking if you must be a BCA member to participate. Do normal BCA rules regarding this apply or are all welcome, even non-BCA persons? Thanks!
  2. 70 GS overflow tank

    I am positive of this. I judge these cars in concours level shows. The one in your car may have been modified to work but they were used as I stated above by the factory.
  3. 70 GS overflow tank

    It's not an overflow but rather the windshield washer fluid reservoir as I stated above. 1970 California emission and all 1971-72 Buick A-Body. It will not work as a radiator overflow reservoir.
  4. 64 wildcat SMS should be able to help you prepared for a HUGE bill from them. Not cheap but it will be excellent.
  5. Headlights: sealed beam, Halogen, HID, LED???

    Really guys? Very much tongue in cheek. If YOUR high beams are on, you may get a quick flash WITHOUT the driving/spots (they were on a separate switch). I live in the sticks where deer/etc are a very real threat. You need all the light possible for when zero traffic is around (trailing a car or a car approaching). Jeesh.
  6. 1971 GS rear bumper ?

    Not necessarily "rare" but very desirable. Known as the N-25 option for 1971 and 1972 (72's had the rubber around the taillights and holes through the bumper to bolt that rubber on). Not standard but, like I said, optional.
  7. 1987 Buick Grand National for sale

    I agree will Bill above. Way too many mods; Instrument cluster, front mount intercooler, shifter, etc. If you want maximum price, you need to return to completely stock. This may bring $10,000 in current state. I would move it back to stock configuration and then price it at your asking price.
  8. Car Country Salvage Yard

    Is is a 1975 or 76 model year? I really could use the coat hooks, if possible.
  9. This one wasn't my fault...honest

    You are correct...Skyhawk was V6 only from 1975 through 1980 model years.
  10. Car Country Salvage Yard

    More photos of the 'Hawk, especially the interior!!! I could use some stuff. Thank you in advance for your efforts!!!!
  11. 1979 Buick Estate Wagon Limited - Southern Belle

    It's a case of mom and dad wanting the comfort of cloth and the kids getting the vinyl for longevity.
  12. 1979 Buick Estate Wagon Limited - Southern Belle

    There were several years, across different generations of Buick wagons, wherein the cloth front seat was offered along with a vinyl rear seat(s).
  13. 1972 BUICK GS STAGE1 20,703 MILES

    Don't believe so, Bill. Tow package was mainly suspension, gears, cooling type stuff.
  14. 1972 BUICK GS STAGE1 20,703 MILES

    And to add to Adam's comments, there really was no performance increase from a B4B manifold other than the weight saving over an iron intake.
  15. November Bugle 2017

    With all due respect, I have to disagree a little Larry. The current BOD did just recently approve a Performance Division that allows racing with insurance. While that is not everyone's "cup of tea", it will bring more members into the club, members that pay dues and make the entire group stronger with diversified ideas and goals (and PEOPLE). Take my word for it, a race car is defiantly NOT a show car. I'm one of those young whipper-snapper guys that likes those sporty cars (I'll be 60 my next birthday) but I think all current BCA members will never find a better group of people than the racers. I believe nearly all really appreciate a beautiful automobile, be it 10 or 100 years old.