Brad Conley

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  1. https://elmira.craigslist.org/pts/d/millport-1949-buick-roadmaster/7022098913.html
  2. There have been a few. I don’t have the links at my fingertips. Many more to come.
  3. That was a typo, Ed. I will correct. Thank you for bringing my mis-speak to my attention.
  4. We are very active on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/148542922394/
  5. Ed, I am NOT saying the models made in S Korea or China are junk, I'm sure they are not. I will say they are not built by US workers and thus are jobs lost for the US economy.
  6. Just like it never rains in Southern California...
  7. Grey plastic were also used on the G-Body (Regal/T-Type/Grand National). Points have been known to be deducted if the caps were not grey while being judged, right Roberta? ;-). They are available from several G-Body parts suppliers.
  8. I hate auto-correct.... That's what I meant. Sorry for wrong direction.
  9. Encore = North Korea, Envision is produced in China. Neither of which will have the opportunity to grace my garage.
  10. No, that is definitely not a 1971-73 Riv frame/suspension. Parts may be, but it seems to be a combination of 1956 and parts of the Riv frame/suspension. Another thing noted in passing...at least sweep out the trunk before you take photos.
  11. Location? Judging by a phone number I could see in one of the photos, it looks like it could be New York.
  12. Sorry if I missed it, but your general location would be nice to know.
  13. Actually Ed, the 455 (and 400 and 430) Buick big blocks weigh less than the small block chevy. I'd be much more concerned about twisting the car in half than the weight on the front end, that is if you could ever get it to hook. If I am not mistaken, those years of Skylarks are unibodies. Careful where you cut for clearance. The flywheels will not interchange, to answer the OP's initial question. Anything can be made to work but at what cost.
  14. I would contact https://quadrajetpower.com Great people and are into Buick's.
  15. Link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1954-Buick-Skylark/233280846673?hash=item36509f3b51:g:g8IAAOSwN6FdIVmi