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1 hour ago, 50ChevyFrank said:

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Love this 53 Buick.  What model is it?

Roadmaster , the only series that had chrome around the rear wheel opening back to the rear bumper .

Plus the front bumper emblem says Roadmaster LOL !!!

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On 11/4/2020 at 5:35 PM, billbuickgs said:

Roadmaster , the only series that had chrome around the rear wheel opening back to the rear bumper .

Plus the front bumper emblem says Roadmaster LOL !!!

Thanks.  I learned something new about the chrome trim.  And I could not read the front bumper emblem on my phone. 

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On 11/4/2020 at 3:08 PM, 50ChevyFrank said:

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Love this 53 Buick.  What model is it?

 

Showing a bit of wear and tear, but trying to hold onto a bit of class ...

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While digging through some more old photos I found this one of my sweet wife sitting on a Buick. This was taken on the streets of Chicago where they lived. Not sure what year the Buick is, you will have to help me out on that.

 

 

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Just now, Mudbone said:

Not sure what year the Buick is, you will have to help me out on that.

 

Looks like a '50 to me, based on the unique portholes...  ;)

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3 hours ago, Mudbone said:

While digging through some more old photos I found this one of my sweet wife sitting on a Buick.

 

No wonder you married her!  She looks adorable.

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6 hours ago, MrEarl said:

Maybe a repost but who’s countin 

 

I dunno 'bout that -- I don't recall seeing those before...  ;)

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17 hours ago, Elpad said:

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 I really like this picture on a couple  of levels. The car, as I like '41s a lot, then the woman standing beside it bears an uncanny resemblance to someone I use to date in the late 70's, so this wouldn't be her. But the hair, her build, even the stance is so much like her.

 As with so many of these vintage pictures I often wonder about the person pictured, the photographer, and their connection to the car. Then what happened to the car!

Of course one cannot know the back story, but it does get me wondering. Those cynics out there might say I don't have enough work to do or something like that, but I love the tiny slice of history these pictures represent.

 I'm pretty sure this is a Super, as it looks like it has the shorter fenders of a small series, but the same shape to the doors as a Roadmaster, making it a 56C. Anyone want to agree or disagree with me?

Keith

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2 hours ago, Buicknutty said:

 

 I really like this picture on a couple  of levels. The car, as I like '41s a lot, then the woman standing beside it bears an uncanny resemblance to someone I use to date in the late 70's, so this wouldn't be her. But the hair, her build, even the stance is so much like her.

 As with so many of these vintage pictures I often wonder about the person pictured, the photographer, and their connection to the car. Then what happened to the car!

Of course one cannot know the back story, but it does get me wondering. Those cynics out there might say I don't have enough work to do or something like that, but I love the tiny slice of history these pictures represent.

 I'm pretty sure this is a Super, as it looks like it has the shorter fenders of a small series, but the same shape to the doors as a Roadmaster, making it a 56C. Anyone want to agree or disagree with me?

Keith

Just glad that all of these photos at least associate and reminds others of certain anecdotes on their lives. My belief is that this is exactly the purpose of this forum.

Al

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