MrEarl

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  1. I'm dead if I get CAUGHT lookin...😳
  2. Those rear fenders look pretty rough Raul, lot of rust through
  3. 2.5 -2.75 WW for '54. I think the 3.75 would look a bit gaudy on tha '56
  4. Added a disc brake conversion company , Maco in Au
  5. This thread can be used to list information and links to antique auto related websites, vendors or services. If you have something you would like to see posted here please Private Message me.
  6. I'm still looking for the 4th porthole
  7. We'll let you slide this time. Appreciate your detailed posts, always some good stuff.
  8. Hugh I see in the illustration you call for two pieces of flat / angle iron but are only showing one? Should there be one on the other bolt that runs through the 2x4 or ?
  9. never realized all those years interchanged. GTK
  10. They must not have heard ya Ken, here, I'll bring it back up.
  11. Any news to report back on on this swap?
  12. Moved this here from the Buy/Sell as I myself almost missed it there. What a diamond in the rough and to turn out looking like this Great job Mike and what a great ending to a Buy/Sell ad.
  13. If you're just lookin to blow some money, blow it on that '25. So I can stop lookin at it!!! But if I was close to this one I would have done hit him with a $2,000 take it or leave it offer for the two, and suspect I would own it. Why... Just to be able to say I own a black air conditioned fity fo 76R
  14. If he is looking for over $10,000 for this car, without going into a lot of detail, my thoughts are that there are better '56's out there for that kind of money. I really don't think the buyer of this car will be happy once it is in their possession for a few days.
  15. Am I seeing a few rust bubbles in the lower front corner of the passenger door?
  16. No kiddin, highly optioned!!!! wonder why they didn't buy a 225? I sort of took a likin to these '63's when I had that barn find LeSabre here for a few days and had a chance to become familiar (almost said intimate) with the body lines and its "large" overall size. Do you think the paint on this one is original? The engine bay looks better than the 49K mile one that was here. Very pretty car and for a convertible, reasonably priced. But that's just my opinion.
  17. Nothing to do to this car to be able to enjoy but whatever it is that he means by " Engine runs and drives but will need more work to make road ready" . Buy it Jake!
  18. If I was a young man... Notice that while he did mention it, the seller didn't show the floors but the raccoon trap in the front floorboard probably says a lot toward how big the wholes are. He does mention he might sell parts off the parts car, Al, Doug, y'all may want to grab you some spare AC parts. Interesting steering wheel, '53?
  19. If anyone has websites, vendors or services they would like to see added, please post them here and I I will add it to the list above. Please include address, phone and website link.
  20. We all like pictures! Soooo This thread is for posting pictures of YOUR Buick Reatta. Just pictures and a brief description. It will help us all know who has what and sort of put a car to a person so to speak. Still post more detailed pictures and dialogue in the Me and My Buick forum please! So let's see them! and who knows, maybe your car will end up featured in a calendar some day.
  21. We all like pictures! Sooooo This thread is for posting pictures of YOUR Post War Buick's. Just pictures and a brief description. It will help us all know who has what and sort of put a car to a person so to speak. Still post more detailed pictures and dialogue in the Me and My Buick forum please! So let's see them! and who knows, maybe your car will end up featured in a calendar some day.
  22. Great shot Doug! And great that you thought to use that "backdrop" . I so regret not taking one of 'my' 54's to the GMAP in Doraville before it was demolished. And don't forget to post this here http://forums.aaca.org/topic/274518-favorite-pictures-of-my-post-war-buick/?page=6#comment-1612159