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About Buick69GS400

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  1. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3126/...fe04e77761.jpg I was looks at some photo's and came across this photo, does anyone know year and make?<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  2. moved to "What is it" Forum.
  3. Here is a 1931 Chrysler 4 door, looks the same.
  4. This was at the Stowe, Vt car show about 4 years ago!
  5. Right hand drive Model A 1949 Riley RMC 1915 Lozier 1918 Dodge Limousine
  6. 1918 Dodge 1st Limousine John Dodge had built this one of a kind Limousine for his two daughters to be chauffeured in. Dodge built the carriage and sent it to Watertown for completion. The vehicle is still in running condition. It's in The Champlain Valley Transportation Museum, Plattsburgh, NY
  7. This is off of the museums web page: The Champlain Valley Transportation Museum in Plattsburgh, NY 1915 Lozier Type 82 7-passenger touring body powered by a 6-cylinder engine The only known Type 82 in existence and represents the final years of production and the youngest Lozier All mechanicals totally original; body has fresh paint, but it completely original Car was once part of the Barney Pollard Collection In 2001-a 3 year restoration was completed by Edwards Antique Automobiles of Ontario, Canada This car is driven on a regular basis
  8. It's a 1915 LOZIER TYPE 82, it's one of one!!!
  9. Pictures of the show, 10th CHAMPLAIN VALLEY SPRING NATIONALS 2008