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  1. Thank you, much for showing me how to send a PM. Jay
  2. Thank you, all, for your postings and willingness to help. Bob, I was just looking at some older emails (2016) between Dean and me. I reached out to him for help in identifying a car in the background of a photo of my father sometime around 1920. I’d like to send you a PM, but don’t know how. Any pointers? Terry, I do not currently have a D45. But, back in 2016, you helped to identify the car (above) behind my father. The photo had three people standing in front of likely a “teen” car with a Biflex bumper. One of the persons is my father and the other two
  3. Are there any "experts" out there who understand D45s? How are they as touring cars? Are there tech sessions, or other sources, for learning the cars? Must one be an engineer to enjoy? Were they the larges "teens" Buick for touring in the day? What are values in the market place? Thank you for whatever information you can provide.
  4. I'm working on a '32 Model B pickup - freshening rather than a restoration, as it is a very nice original truck. Has anyone done research to determine the authentic (AACA-approved) colors for the wire wheels. It is likely the colors were the same as for the later Model As, but I'm uncertain. If you have done research and are certain, where are chips and paints available? Thank you, much. JM
  5. Hi Dave, Thanks for your thoughts. The labeling of the picture was done by me....and since I'm unsure what year and model it is, the 1948 doesn't mean anything. It could be incorrect.
  6. This wonderful looking car was my Mom's first automobile. It's either a '46 or '47. Do you know which year it is and which model it might be? The photo is taken in the driveway, at our house in the late 40s, in Bristol, Rhode Island. The car was likely purchased in a Boston-area Olds dealership. It appears to be medium blue, or gray with a tan top. Thanks for your help. Jay M AACA Member Former owner of these great Olds: 1949 Olds 98 Futuramic Convertible 1970 Olds 442 coupe (My college car)
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