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75 LeSabre Custom (Alex Clark)

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About 75 LeSabre Custom (Alex Clark)

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  • Birthday 11/04/1984
  1. I am looking for anyone who has lived in the Southfield, Mi. during the mid-late 70's. Trying to find a Buick dealership in the area from that time frame.
  2. A few ideas might be having more youth oriented divisions/classes in the AACA. I'm not quite sure how the entire thing works, but as I said before, most young people aren't interested in keeping their classic car classic. You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink.
  3. That is exactly like mine. Same color, except I have the white leather seats, and dark blue dash. Beautiful car guys.
  4. Not a member yet. Still working the kinks out of some other issues before I join. It's been on my to-do-list for quite sometime.
  5. If I may chime in. Being considerably younger than most people here, I might be able to offer some insight. The issue with most young car enthusiast, is they don't want to keep their vehicle original. Also, I don't know a whole lot of young people who want to go to a car show with a bunch of older people talking about the "old" days, and telling war stories. Myself, I love to engage in conversation of the past. Gives me a good history lesson. Another issue is advertising. I know that the budget of the AACA is limited, but the right advertising is key in attracting new/young members. Also, get
  6. It's not really for racing, its just that 350 doesn't crank out enough for me. But thanks for the info.
  7. My good friend has a '69 Wildcat with the 430-4, damn good engine. Will a TH350 hold that 455? I'm having tranny problems as it is with the stock 350-4 thats in it now. Also, I should mention this, couple of days ago a guy come to my door asking my how much I want for the white convertible Cadillac. I looked at him kind of funny and told him if he found a white conv. Cadillac in my drive way, I'd give it to him. Needless to say he walked home. But the standing joke about my LeSabre is I should get Cadillac LeSabre Custom airbrushed on the fenders, replace all the Buick emblems with Cadillac e
  8. I'm thinking of putting an Olds or Buick 455 in my '75 LeSabre. Anyone know the feasability of this? I'm thinking either a '77 Olds 455 Rocket, or '70 Stage II 455 GS. Anyone know where I can get one or the other for a relatively good price? Preferably with tranny, and as many parts as possible?
  9. Is Edelbrock still in business?!?!?!?!? Heck yes they are. As soon as I had the money for one I ripped the old, broke down, and for the most part non-functional Quadra-Junk....err I mean Jet (even after over-haul), carb off my Buick, and replaced it with a brand new Edelbrock Series 600 carb. Best thing I've done for that car yet. Never had a problem with it ever. Easy to adjust and work on. You'll never hear a complaint from me about it.
  10. A friend of mine and I are looking at a '26 Ford TT Lumber Truck. I was wondering if you guys might be able to give us some info on it. Thanks. P.S. The guy who owns it is asking $1,250 for it, but it's not exactly in $1,250 shape. Should we go for it? <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />
  11. A machine truly worth the word beautiful. Excuse me did I say beautiful? Gorgeuos, was the word I was looking for. Great job, also, I like that paint, is it a chrome-illusion paint of some kind?
  12. Being only 19, I still have a great respect to anyone who has ever served in any branch of the armed forces, during war time or not. The sacrifices made by all the men and women of WWII was more than heroic. Thank you to all who have served in our nations military.
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