Dave Gelinas (XP-300)

I JUST LOVE THE PICTURE OF THIS BUICK...........

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More cahs from Cuber

 

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WHEN EVERYDAY PARKING LOTS WERE CAR SHOWS

 

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and "Wow, Colors Man!!!"

And the range of years? All but one or maybe two, appear to be early fifties?

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59 minutes ago, MrEarl said:

WHEN EVERYDAY PARKING LOTS WERE CAR SHOWS

 

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and "Wow, Colors Man!!!"

And the range of years? All but one or maybe two, appear to be early fifties?

The good old day, NOT ONE FORIEGN CAR IN THE PICTURE !!!!!!

Right corner 2nd row , I think I see a Black 54  Hudson JET with a continental kit !!!!

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2 hours ago, MrEarl said:

and "Wow, Colors Man!!!"

...and chrome!!

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11 minutes ago, old-tank said:

...and chrome!!

...and white side walls.

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Posted (edited)

Wonder if person taking first pic is a guy. 

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Three Sportwagons in one picture!  Rare!

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NAME THAT MOVIE

 

 

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"Where the Buicks are"?

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😆 close but no teddy bear

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3 hours ago, MrEarl said:

NAME THAT MOVIE

 

 

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Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo"

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Note the pic with no foriegners, but note the Brit in Cuba , Morris minor convertible , very collectible now.

thanks again , one of the best threads on this forum , keep em cumin .

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6 hours ago, RivNut said:

Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo"

 

Right you are!  With my favorite actor of all time

 

and another Buick

 

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A true American heroe 

http://www.defensemedianetwork.com/stories/a-wonderful-life-jimmy-stewart-actor-and-b-24-bomber-pilot/

 

and Jimmy with the B-24 Liberator powered by Pratt & Whitney Wasp engines built by Buick!

 

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2 hours ago, Pilgrim65 said:

one of the best threads on this forum , keep em cumin .

I think we're in the wrong thread....

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1 hour ago, Beemon said:

I think we're in the wrong thread....

OK, Ben - please direct him to the Sonomatic thread!  :huh:

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3 hours ago, MrEarl said:

 

Right you are!  With my favorite actor of all time

 

and another Buick

 

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A true American heroe 

http://www.defensemedianetwork.com/stories/a-wonderful-life-jimmy-stewart-actor-and-b-24-bomber-pilot/

 

and Jimmy with the B-24 Liberator powered by Pratt & Whitney Wasp engines built by Buick!

 

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Jimmy who?  I only have eyes for Kim Novak.  She's been on my radar since the movie Picnic was filmed in my old stomping grounds in central Kansas.  The Kansas town in Picnic was Salison, a combination of Salina And Hutchinson.  The swimming scenes were filmed in Sterling, and the Neewollah (Halloween backwards) event was filmed in Halstead and Harvey County Park. Watch Kim Novak  and William Holden dance on the pier.  Pretty sensual. 😈 

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Silly me , just rexamined Cuba photo , before someone corrected me.

Although what appeared at first to be a small red convertible , which I thought was a Morris minor , it is in fact a lovely American 40s convertible , even more  collectible and I know which I'd prefer.

Cheers

pilgrim

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