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  1. Try Bob’s Automobilia in CA or CARS(old Buick parts) they may have what you need.
  2. We saw several classics today at Tom Laferriere's open house. We took the 1941 Buick 71C to the open house. Tom opened up all the buildings and had quite a display of Classics. Nice job Tom and staff. Plenty of eye candy there. My favorite was the 33 Packard Convertible Victoria, although the Duesy's were not bad too.
  3. Went to visit some relatives with Bubba. It was a cool ride home for my wife and dog.
  4. I would imagine plenty of us lucky guys were able to convince our future spouse of the coolness of having an antique automobile as part our wedding. I was fortunate to have met someone who shares my interest. It would be great to share those pictures with the rest of us old car guys/women. The car we had at our wedding 30 years ago (9.2.90). We had a 1938 Chrysler Royal Convertible. It was the perfect car for a perfect day.
  5. Any best practices on cleaning an ashtray of all the residue left over 80 years? Since it will never be used again in my lifetime, what is a good paint/color that appears well. Thanks
  6. Picnic lunch at the town common in Thompson, CT. Lots of history around the common to see. Beautiful day as well!
  7. Well as of today I exceeded my goal of 1K miles on the 1941 Buick Roadmaster 71C. Now I think I will take advice of Forrest Gump and just keep running.......
  8. This evening for ice cream overlooking Waterman Lake from the backseat of the car.
  9. Today was an beautiful day! Low temps and little to no humidity. Took a long ride to on some really nicely paved and shady roads to Woodstock, CT. Saw a 1987 Riv convertible on my travels. I cannot believe more antique cars were not on the road. If it as nice tomorrow, I will be on tour again.
  10. I am still surprised that I have not seen a classic on the road today. The weather could not have been better. I did see two model T’s and a 54 and 57 corvette.
  11. 96.3% of 1000 mile goal so far this year.
  12. Magnifique journée, hermoso dia, belo dia, bella giornata, or in English, beautiful day! Bright blue skies with a light breese and temperature of 75 degrees! It was so nice, I drove both Buick's today. Stayed in RI today. Took the Roadmaster to Coventry, West Greenwich, West Warwick, Scituate and finally to Foster to check out the progress on my brothers project. Went home and had lunch and packed up the Special with Bubba. He really wanted a ride today. We just drove around with no real purpose through Foster and Glocester. As with my tours, we did not see another antique car on the ro
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