BillyBuick

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About BillyBuick

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  • Birthday 03/18/1948
  1. State license info is a good idea. Now all I have to do is get the DMV of a few East Coast states to cooperate! Thanks, Billy Buick
  2. State license info is a good idea. Now all I have to do is get the DMV of a few East Coast states to cooperate! Thanks, Billy Buick
  3. Hi Terry, The '38 Buick was assembled in Flint Michigan. Thanks, Bill
  4. Thank you for your response. I only know the name of one previous owner, but inside one of the pages of the original shop manual, I found a model description and price card. It says "prices for the Allegheny and Pittsburgh area of Pennsylvania. I have to assume the car may have originated from a dealership in PA. I bought the car from a private owner in New Hampshire who says the car spent some time in Massachusetts. But it all the info I have. I am trying to find out which Buick dealers were around in 1938 in the Pittsburgh and Allegheny area. Any suggestions you could give would be appreciated. Thx.
  5. I don't have a '41 Buick but in the '38 shop manual it suggests to depress the clutch pedal then push the starter to the floor. I do this all the time and it works fine for my '38. It might be worth a try.
  6. Can anyone tell me how to trace the history of a 1938 Buick that may have originated in a dealership in the Pittsburgh or Allegheny area of Pennsylvania?
  7. Can anyone tell me how to trace the history of a 1938 Buick that may have originated at a dealership in the Pittsburgh or Allegheny area of Pennsylvania?
  8. Can anyone tell me how to trace the history of a 1938 Buick that may have originated in the Pittsburgh or Allegheny area of Pennsylvania?