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Ya'll keep yer tool cool but don't let your meat loaf.

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My wife Marie hanging with my mistress Naomi on our wedding day. Who would have thought?

Decorations by Lamar and Rita.

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Well, HER dress matches the Buick door card, and some of the seat coverings, cool.

That is for sure a 60's hair do, huh.

Dale in Indy

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Is that her laying on the radiator?

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1909 Buick truck.

Cool! Mind if I post this pic to Buick Trucks? Hope not, cause I did. :)

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So Where's Victoria??? All I see is a car...

I found her in a kaiser...

Quote: Most of my money I spent on Tools, Mechanical things, and Girls.

Sorry the wrong car . but nice #4 look At%

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Fine by me, it's out of a Floyd Clymer scrapbook.

Quote"Cool! Mind if I post this pic to Buick Trucks? Hope not, cause I did. "

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 This very lovely young lady was at an event where I was and wanted her picture taken with my car, a 1941 McLaughlin Buick Roadmaster Coupe, and I let her sit in it for a couple of other photos.

 Keith

  

 

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Beautiful!!!! that must be a pretty rare car? I don't think I have ever seen one in person.

 

oh, and the girl ain't bad either!!!

 

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  Thanks, Mr. Earl. It is quite rare, in fact there is not another known to exist. The body number is 8, and the chassis number is a bit over halfway through the run for '41s in Canada, so if one extrapolates that, there were 15 or so made. We do not know if this is accurate, as GM of Canada discarded all of their old records many years ago.

 I was President of the McLaughlin Buick Club of Canada for 10 years, and none of the long time members had ever seen another either.

 All that said, it is virtually identical to the US model, 76S, though there are a couple of minor trim differences on Canadian cars, but in Canada they are known by the Fisher body number, 4727.

 Also, it is of course not overly valuable, as there aren't a bunch of folks out there trying to buy one.

 It is a nice car, and I love to drive it! It looks nice, but its' no 400 pointer.

 Keith

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 This very lovely young lady was at an event where I was and wanted her picture taken with my car, a 1941 McLaughlin Buick Roadmaster Coupe, and I let her sit in it for a couple of other photos.

 Keith

  

 

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"Some guys have all the luck."

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That is a very pretty young lady and her curves complement the beautiful curves of the Buick!

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I am not surprised that there was enough material left over to make a dress,  just that someone would wear it, even in 1968.

 

The car is interesting from a different aspect though.  Everything being painted white, including the brake pedal arms and the A/C duct that runs under the dash.

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I am not surprised that there was enough material left over to make a dress,  just that someone would wear it, even in 1968.

 

The car is interesting from a different aspect though.  Everything being painted white, including the brake pedal arms and the A/C duct that runs under the dash.

 

Reminiscent of those Peter Max posters from the 1960s

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