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  1. Will be bringing air conditioning recharging equipment to the meet- (R12 and R134A) look for the posting on the bulletin board.
  2. I've gotten three sets of Vercelli classic tires and love them. They have a narrow whitewall which is correct for '60's and 70's cars, and they ride very smoothly. You can get them for around $60 each.
  3. Listing for a friend. See contact information in the pictures. Car is in New Mexico- originally from Dallas. Always a Southwest car.
  4. How often do these come up for sale? 1932 Buick large series tool tray. No rust. $500. Can deliver to BCA Nationals in Oklahoma this June. John 505-685-0587 or 505-423-0550
  5. Rare opportunity. For sale 1931-1932 Buick large series bare engine block with no cracks. Includes the head. $900. Can deliver to Buick Nationals in Oklahoma this June. John 505-685-0587 or 505-423 0550
  6. Wonder why there is painter's tape on the wiper arms and on the stump where an antenna used to be...?
  7. Longtime 1968 Buick Wildcat enthusiast and collector looking for a 1968 Buick Wildcat 2 door hardtop-standard or custom model. I'm looking for the best example I can find. Either an original survivor or one correctly restored back to factory specs. Must have a minimum of factory A/C. Not interested in project cars, 20 footers or "all it needs is a paint job." Already posted this request on the BCA website. Thought I would try to cast a wider net! Any leads are appreciated.
  8. TTT Still looking.....haven't found anything yet.
  9. Look for my article about this car coming in the September Bugle.
  10. The Wildcat lens is longer than the Le Sabre lens, so that wouldn't work.
  11. Le Sabre bezels will bolt in, but as mentioned the Wildcat has three tail light bulbs per side, whereas the Le Sabre only has two. The Le Sabre bezels are different than the Wildcat, so if you retrofit those in, you will end up with an extra bulb from your wiring harness just hanging behind the bezels on each side, closest to the reverse lights. The third bulbs you would not be utilizing are for parking light function-they do not connect with the brake lights or turn signals. In my opinion, the extra illumination of the Wildcat tail lights is what sets the car apart-I would keep looking for a used set-you may have to wait awhile, but they do come up for sale occasionally. Try checking eBay or Craigslist. Not to dissuade you from using LeSabre lights, but maybe you could get those until you can find the correct replacements. Anyway, it is your car-you'll do what you think is best.
  12. '67 and '68 lenses are one year only designs. No one is reproducing the '68 Wildcat lenses as of now and NOS are virtually non existent.
  13. OK Thank you very much. I will give you a call. Since the post office is being this difficult, I don't want to risk missing out on getting registered. Hopefully this isn't happening to a lot of other people.
  14. I sent in my registration for the 2017 BCA National last month, to have it submitted before June 1st. I sent it to the EXACT address listed on the registration form. Today it came back with a sticker "Return to Sender not deliverable as addressed unable to forward" I don't think I should have to pay a $15 late fee if I have to register online now. Anyone else have this happen?