Paul White

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  1. Couldn't help adding some pre-war Holden Buicks...note the double suicide doors and fabric roof of the '36
  2. Saturday's run to a town with the almost interesting name of Currabubula
  3. Hi all, Just arrived back from a 6 day combined Buick Club trip to the country music capital of Australia, Tamworth a 450 mile round trip (for me) where we also were a feature display at a local automobile show, please enjoy Cheers Paul
  4. I'm not sure mate, you'd better ask the other bloke! 🙂 Hi Ben, how are things going? Cheers Paul
  5. The was a rather nice example at the Denver Nationals in 2018
  6. Hi all All is not lost, the Buick Club of New South Wales (Australia) has seen quite a resurgence of pre-war Buicks over the last few years. I attended a meet in late 2017 where about more than half of the cars attending were pre-war. We even had 5 1936 Buick 40's attend. There were more '30s Buicks in attendance at our event than at the Denver Nationals. Cheers Paul
  7. Me too, my wife was about to place an order for my '36 as a birthday present!
  8. Who is that idiot spoiling an otherwise pleasant photo of old Buicks???? Oh, it appears to be me
  9. Texas is looking a bit like country New South Wales at the moment
  10. On the way to a military museum! Just outside outside the city of Bathurst which is famous in Australia for its Mount Panorama race track, the epicentre of the Ford vs GM Holden rivalry
  11. The Buick Club of New South Wales took a trip to the township of Molong, 170 miles west of Sydney. We had a great roll-up for a 3 day event with approximately 25 Buicks ranging from 1920 to 1980 in attendance. The drought was rather obvious with the landscape brown and dusty with trees beginning to die. At my home on the coast north of Sydney we had flooding! Picture is a member's 1934 Holden bodied barn find.
  12. And yes, I think it would make a great buckle as well!