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  1. Miscellaneous photographs of the humble JosephMark Collection.
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  2. Pictures from relatively local buy/sell listings
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  3. My collection of mostly 1954 Buick memorabilia. Note the Buick Engine Green file cabinets and the walls painted in '54 Buick colors Ranier Blue and Malibu Blue. Thanks for looking.
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  4. Many early car dealers came from the ranks of men involved in the horse related trades such as carriage sales, livery stable operators and blacksmiths. These merchants and tradesmen often engaged in automobile sales and services as sidelines and eventually turned their operations into full scale auto sales and service businesses. Many of the early dealerships also served as a gas station and garage. The materials used on the fronts of the early buildings were usually wood lap, vertical board and batten or metal siding. Later buildings were more of a masonry type construction. My build is basically a 40X40X12 ft pole barn with a lap siding and corrugated metal stepped false front that was typical on 1920-30's era car dealership/service garages. There will also be a 12 x 20 metal clad interior wall welding shed on the back. The building will be used to house and work on my collection of '54's, the '38 and the '79 wagon. You can read my build story at
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  5. If you took photos at this meet please share them here. Alternatively share them with me at petergariepy@gmail.com and i'll do it.
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  6. 4th owner of an Aqua Mist (turquoise) 1968 Buick Riviera in North Carolina This car was sold in Akron, OH in early July 1968 and was owned by that original purchaser for 33+ years. He then sold it to his niece in North Carolina in 2001, who then sold it to another NC resident in January 2016. We purchased this car June 1st, 2017.
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  7. My 1972 Buick Centurion convertible
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  8. 1938 Buick Special 40
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