Barney Eaton

Buick ...did any survive?

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Did any of these Buick conversions survive?   They border on ugly, who made them?

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I don't remember who made them ... nor am I sure any survived.  Not my cup of tea, but I wouldn't mind checking 1 out in person, at least.....

 

 

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I believe the company was Century Coach in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  They also did Oldsmobiles in this same manner.  Something like ten years ago, one of the Oldsmobile versions appeared on a used car lot in the city of Elgin, Illinois, and I stopped and looked at it simply because the uniqueness attracted me, but I couldn't stomach the ugliness.  Someone did buy it though, because for about a year afterwards, it was sitting in a residential driveway near Naperville, Illinois, but has since disappeared.

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On 12/29/2016 at 9:21 AM, Barney Eaton said:

Did any of these Buick conversions survive?   They border on ugly, who made them?

 

 

Those crossed the border a long time ago. Someone call ICE

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produced by Concept Coach Builders , Miluakee , Wisconson (1988 year)

 

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