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JD, I am damn proud of you!

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ohh la la, them gals are nice, but dang I love that Super fitty six

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Yeah, the Buick is nice, on second look.:D:D

What Buick??? I didn't see a Buick...

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Hey John,

I suppose those girls came from the Broadway Brew Biergarten (Beer Garden for those not German). Bea was sorry we did not get up there for a meal, but if I show her this photo, she may no longer be sorry. But now I am and also sorry I did not even see them at the show, but I did see Uncle Sam about 8 times. Guess we may have to get back to Troy soon.

John

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Story! Story! We NEED to know, JD.

Ben

Well Ben, since you asked, I’ll tell you how I remember this going down. It started when I was sitting innocently enough between my two cars there.

First I see this raven haired maiden walking up to me with her hand out and she says; "How would you like to buy a beer? That’s when I noticed her two friends as well.

Naturally I spoke before thinking and I said; Sure thing honey. I’d love to buy you a beer.

She asked; Are one of these cars yours? I replied they’re both mine.

She said: Wow, I just love this big one. I said, yes, if you like a long powerful ride on the silky side this is the car for you. But if you just want a short rough roll around town then you really want to look at the red one behind you.

She commented, Hmmn, two wonderful rides... I think I’m in love.

Then I awoke from this fantasy just in time to call to them from several cars away, "Hey Girls, would you mind standing by my cars over there and let me take your picture and put it on the internet?

The raven haired beauty says, Oh why not, but you’ll have to stop at the Biergarten, and buy a beer. The blond didn’t say much except " I don’t know... " and then the other kid says: " At least he’s not as creepy as some of these guys here!" And I still can’t decide if I should take that as a compliment or not.

So I snapped two pics and thought to myself, wait till the guys see this!

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Well John,

You sure must have got out for those rides in a hurry, as I never did see them there, and I was pretty close to your cars.

John

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Finally, I can join in with an entry for this thread....

Wow, I love them, all 6 of them.

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That guy probably got further then me. LOL

Hey John S. Of course you couldn't see em, all those creepy guys were surrounding these three.

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Let's get back on the subject please!

Tonight in Flint, MI we were visited by a group of folks filming a You Tube video for "Pure Michigan". We had over 2.5 blocks of cars on each side of Saginaw St. and a bunch of kids singing. Part of the Good Time song.

and they were in 3 awesome Buicks!post-30793-143139139975_thumb.jpg

Supposed to be on You Tube on September 5, 2012

50 Michigan Cities in 7 days.

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Anybody else catch this picture on Mr. Bill Madden's "Me and My Buick" thread last week? I think it's deserves a place here so I moved it on over. Hope you don't mind Bill. :D I never did find out why there are so many Star Wars characters hanging out in the background though.....:confused:

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Buick Bruce,

Bet'cha ten cents those are Mohawk tires on your '40 Buick.

My spares look just like them, w/ the heavy knobs on the edges.

F Y I

Mike in Colorado

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JD, whatever the story line, I am still proud of you!

Stevo

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My son brought the grandkids up for Labor Day. Olivia liked the Buick. They enjoyed their ride in it to the doughnut shop.

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This photo of a 1937 Buick shows up on the internet every so often. I bought the original about 10 years ago. It was used on the front cover of the 1937 1938 Buick Club Magazine in 2002, when I placed it on loan to them. The ladies are part of the cast from the 1937 Gold Diggers Movie. The photo is a Warner Bros. promotional still.

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Here's another photo from my collection that was purchased on eBay from Walter Miller (autolit.com). It's a 1931 Buick with the then well known author Carmen Barnes (11-20-1912 to 8-19-1980) Her most famous work "Schoolgirl". It was bought by Paramount Pictures for $30,000 but never made into a film.

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