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About ArchaeoDave

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  1. Awesome, thanks for the help everyone! Am I correct in my understanding that if this were a 1921-1922 Buick, it would be a Buick Model D?
  2. Unfortunately I can't get back there until next spring. The number is likely under water right now, explaining why I couldn't get a photo of it. Would it be worth bringing machinery to lift the car out of the water? That way, we could see the parts which haven't been cannibalized and we could get photos of additional parts numbers.
  3. Hello everyone, I'm new to these forums so please bear with me. I'm an archaeologist working in Northern Ontario and I've recently located an old Buick (or at least the engine is a Buick) in a swamp (photos below). Since I'm not knowledgeable with cars, I'm reaching out to this community in hope that I can draw on your knowledge of old Buick engines and cars in order to identify the make/model and year to help us better understand the archaeological heritage site where we're working. Any information (literally ANY information) about the car and the car's history would help us out greatly. A li
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