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OK Dave, I can't resist the temptation to join back in here, with a beauty in a beauty. Although the car is carrying an incorrect pain job, who's carin....

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the last photo was taken in '55. I am always amazed at how many pictures of '54's I've seen with the car painted that 3 tone paint job, which wasn't available from the factory until '55. Click it 3 times for a close up and note the bottom white paint line does not follow into the door frame.

geeeze y'all, look at what I'm talkin about will ya. Cute knee dimples eh?

OK back to the subject

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OK Dave, I can't resist the temptation to join back in here, with a beauty in a beauty. Although the car is carrying an incorrect pain job, who's carin....

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Anyone we know??

BEAUTIFUL

Ben

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Hey Mr. Earl,

When is Terry comming back ??????????????????????

Mike in Colorado

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Hey Mr. Earl,

When is Terry comming back ??????????????????????

Mike in Colorado

Was wondering when someone would ask.

so here with no further ado, modeling a one off, full length coat created in 1954 and made of Black Swiss Dot Cloth (the same material used on the seats in many 1954 Roadmasters) is Terry and Buttercup, take two

How do ya like these cheek bones Dave?

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and the most Beautiful of all

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Mr. Earl,

Now that's more like it !!!!!!

Such a little bitty girl, for such a great big car.......

Just keep'em comming.........

Thanks so much.

Mike in Colorado

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Great pics! It does look, however, that during the session the photog got so excited that he was not able to hold the camera steady?

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I do belive I will come and vist you Mr Earl when she returns. Just l'il ol you drop me a l'il ol line... :D Dandy Dave!

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Well Mr. Earl,

Now you've gone and done it !!!

This last session was a real treat........

Now there hundreds of "bachelors (?)" out here trying to decide which picture to use as their "screen saver".

AND hundreds of wives who will nowcheck their hubbies search history............

Way to go champ........

Best regards,

Mike in colorado

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OK Guys!

Here's some more, these are from the GM Motorama Shows.

Left to right they are...........

1. 1953 Buick Wildcat

2. 1956 Buick Centurion

3. 1961 Buick Pink Flamingo

4. 1961 Buick Flamingo Interior View

5. 1951 Buick XP-300

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Wow, those are some rare photos Dave. I especially like that 53 Wildcat of which the 54 Roadmasters took so many of it's cues from. Dang, didn't even notice, were there girls in those pictures.

Yea Mike, my wife does a little shoulder surfing sometimes too. Me thinks me needs a better camera before the next photo shoot, can't not do little Terry justice...

Here below are a couple of pictures of the classy lady that had the full length coat made back in '54. She loved the black swiss dot material of her car so much she had some ordered and designed and had a coat made out of it. From what I understand from her son, she was quite a gal, and use to run that Century on down the road.

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Doing what Buicks do best

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My wife and the Wildcat II Concept at the Buick Gallery at the sloan:

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Also my friends daughter found mine one while at Back to the Bricks here in Flint:

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And my daughter helping me on the suspension of my 00 Regal:

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I found these on the net. I don't own the photos, I just thought they'd make a nice addition to the thread. Enjoy!

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Eehhhhh, At'sa spicy meataball! :P And the Dolly Pardons on that bumper. I wonder how many miles to the Gallon she gets? Dandy Dave!

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I was surfing around the forum and I noticed this picture on the right side of the screen within the random pictures that pop up. It's from a member by the name of "wildcat65401". He hasn't logged on since February of 2011. Maybe I should start a new thread entitled "Zombie Girls On Buicks"? Enjoy this scary addition to the thread! :P:D

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From the web.

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I hope her front suspension doesn't collapse like the Buicks has!!

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