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  1. To the best of my knowledge, this car has not been plated since 1965. Still has wide whites on it, and they took air, at least enough to drive it down the road a bit this past weekend. Still trying to work out the exact history on her. It had obviously been kept running over the years - at least a start and a short drive once in a while because it started up with relative ease.
  2. Larry - The car is near Grand Rapids. Also, please note that I have moved this discussion to the Buick general discussion forum. Thank you.
  3. kking15 - I have moved this to the Buick general discussion forum. Thank you
  4. Sorry, I have moved this to the general Buick discussion forum
  5. Hello everyone. This is my first post to the site. I would like some advice in how to present an amazing find to the Buick community. I have a friend who has asked me to assist him in the sale of approx. 20 classic automobiles. In this group of cars is one diamond of a vehicle. The best I can tell, there are VERY few of these known to exist. Less than 15 was stated in one of the books I located. We have a complete 1953 Roadmaster Estate Wagon, unrestored and original, RUNNING and DRIVING, though the last time this was on the road was 1965. Owners manual and bill of sale is in the glovebox. Any
  6. Thank you kking15, I will, when we get to that point. This is such a rare car, that for now, what I am looking for is advice on how to get this information to the people who are interested in this specific model. The car is not officially for sale at the moment. We are exploring options. The car is currently located in Michigan.
  7. Good afternoon everyone. This is my first post to the site. I would like some advice in how to present an amazing find to the Buick community. I have a friend who has asked me to assist him in the sale of approx. 20 classic automobiles. In this group of cars is one diamond of a vehicle. The best I can tell, there are VERY few of these known to exist. Less than 15 in some of the documentation I located. We have a complete, unrestored and original, RUNNING and DRIVING, 1953 Roadmaster Estate Wagon. Owners manual and bill of sale is in the glovebox. Any, and all advice would be greatly a
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