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  1. The current issue of the magazine of the Buick Club of Australia has a nice tribute to Linda Hall, who was also a Buick Club of America member, and whom we lost recently due to cancer. She and her late husband, Brian, were very involved with the Buick Club of Australia, the Riviera Owners Association, and had frequently travelled to the USA to attend our national BCA meets. Pictured at the bottom of the full-page tribute is a photo of her 1978 Riviera. If you knew her, as did I, she will be greatly missed. Pete Phillips
  2. Have one, new old stock, in the original GM envelope. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338 Leonard, TX
  3. I can assure you that this is a temperature gauge for a 1940 Buick. I don't know what you've got, but I've got a gauge for a '40 Buick and I know it is the correct one. If you don't want to buy it, that's fine. I'll put it back in the box and on my shelf. 1939 Buick gauges do not look like this. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338
  4. Not mine and all I know is what's in these photos and this posting. A member of our N. TX. Chapter is helping a friend sell his 1931 Buick model 57 4-dr. sedan. Car is a project, located in Watauga, Texas (Ft. Worth suburb), under a carport. It has a Chevy six-cylinder engine in it (yes, I know, spare me the outrage and comments), but the original straight eight is there and goes with it. Has not run in several years (either engine); needs some wood work, needs paint, in fact it looks like it needs everything, but I"m told that virtually any offer will take it. Has side-mounts and wire wheels.
  5. The Roadmaster has a longer wheelbase and longer hood due to the longer engine. However, this is a Super Riviera sedan so it has a slightly longer wheelbase than a regular Super 4-dr. sedan.
  6. That's the auction that is advertised in this month's Buick Bugle magazine, page 2. Wow, LOTS of new old stock parts!
  7. In case anyone is still wondering, both of these national meets have been cancelled for 2021 by the BCA Board. I still get phone calls every other day from members wondering if these meets are still on. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338
  8. Code M is Cameo Cream. MM means upper (roof) and lower are the same color.
  9. I will be there! I hope many others will, too. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338 Leonard, TX.
  10. Not a '32; probably 1931 or 1930.
  11. Not mine, but I love unmolested, unrestored, low-mileage Buicks and here's a very nice one. Too far away for me to consider it, but someone in the Northeastern US needs to jump on this. They don't come much nicer in New England. 300 cu. in. V8 with the "400" option package which means the three-speed automatic transmission and I think the 4-barrel carburetor, which is plenty of power for these cars. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1965-Buick-LeSabre/164783759594?hash=item265de0a0ea:g:SuQAAOSw6fBgXmRS
  12. I"ve tried contacting him, but never got a response.
  13. Nice, honest guy to deal with. I bought all of the exterior side stainless trim. Two-door hardtop Roadmaster--not a common car.
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