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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Nice scenery. Nice hills.

(It looks like she's kissing the invisible man.)

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defintitely. but upon first glance i thought she was pretending to be a rapper, waving her hand and stuff shocked.gif

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Since the previous Girls on Buicks thread had gotten so big that it required some time to load, especially on dialup, HERE IS AN ALL NEW GIRLS ON BUICKS 2.

The idea for this thread came from the many commercials and ads I have seen over the years displaying beautiful Buicks and beautiful ladies together. And as I pointed out in the first post, for some reason, girls just like to climb on Buicks and have their picture made.

I'd like to thank everyone for displaying your as always gentlemanly (and ladylike) behavior through out the prevoius thread. Due to the obvious nature of the subject matter I realize there may at times be a tendency to make an "off color or too sexually oriented" comment. If I feel that a comment has been made that is offensive or disrespectful I will personally bring it to the attention of a moderator for their determination of whether it's appropriate.

In case there was something special you liked in the first thread you can still jump back to see it at GIRLS ON BUICKS

That being said, let's see some girls on Buicks...

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I'm sorry, I just couldn't resist bringing this one over.

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I wanted to share a picture that a lady sent me some time back. She had found the BCA Forum while surfing the web and emailed me this picture. It is of her and her 54 just before the Prom. Her father had restored it for her and she still to this day has it, although it is in a bit of disrepair. I have since lost her email and in case she is reading this would like to know if she ever got around to restoring it.

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Willie, that's cool... but I think we'd like to see an "after" shot now. grin.gif

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Lamar,

Best thread ever.

Once spring comes and I break the car out I hope to have some input.

It seems I can't get anybody to go out to the garage for photos.

I asked some lady over at the Mobil Mart if she'd pose on my car for me, the woman looked at me like I had two heads!

I thought five bucks was a generous offer.

I'll drive around and find somebody.

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Tire looks fine to me confused.gif

Great photo Budd. Say did those jacks work any better than the previous years bumper jacks. I hope so.

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Due to some problems with slow downloading of the many photos in this thread I have started a new one. Please be sure to check out GIRLS ON BUICKS 2

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grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif Man you oughta be on Comedy Central

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Lamar! I have got to have a copy of this photo. I LOVE it. I want to frame it..........Bob

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Bhigdog, Save the picture to your computer, resize it if necessary, then save it to disc. The local drug store or WalMart can make a nice picture out of it on hard copy.

Wayne

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So what you are saying is the pix is contemporary not an oldie. Once I noticed what appears to be a club tag on the plate I suspected as much. I don't care I'm still framing it. BTW I am looking for a 38 project car. Any leads?.......Bob.

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Oh fud, so it was you that was looking for a 37-38 Buick. I thought it was Pete Phillips and have been sending him some info on some. I guess he wondered what the hey.

That picture was from a web site across the big pond somewhere. I emailed them to let them know I had used it and never heard back. I can't find the site now though. It is a sight though isn't it.

The tag decal you are speaking of is actually an insurance tag I think. We use to have one on our 48 Buick when I was growing up til I took it for my bicycle. State Farm Mutual Auto Ins was the company.

I'll keep my eyes open for you a 37-38. I especially like the little business and sport coupes of the 30's. Especially the 34's.

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Oh yeah, 34 was nice year for lots of models. When I'm done with the 55 Olds I think I'll get back to my roots with another Buick. A 37-38 would do it for me this time around. Thanks for keeping your eye out for one.......Bob

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">And here she is at the 100th anniversary of Kenosha transportation, with a REAL muscle car. Most girls in H.S. don't have a clue what kind of car this is. </div></div>

From the shot I can't be absolutely certain, the fenders sure do make it look like a Javelin...my first car was a '74 Javelin AMX...401, T-10 4-spd...fun car...but then I saw the Wildcat and the rest is history.

My '62 didn't have any fender emblems on it identifying it as a Special one of the first times I had it out...a couple of times I saw people walking all around the car trying to determine what it was...Buick of course, but not the model...and these weren't youth in high school either.

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more girls on buick calendar

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Zonda, See what's possible? You won't ever regret getting that 38.

JD </div></div>

actually to be quite honest i have already thought about this aspect of owning such a sharp car many times before, in fact since very soon after i got it home. would you expect anything less from a car guy my age? the same thing is going through the heads of the import rice-rocket drivers, except its uh, not really going to work out for them. grin.gif

for me though,i think it will be quite the contrary. smirk.gif

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Saturday night I thought I had a "model" to pose on my Buick.

It fell through though.

Just as I was getting ready to load her into my truck for the ride to my garage she told me she was really a guy and asked me if I'd seen "Bareback Mountain."

I said "What? Huh?" But she had passed out again.

Because the thread is titled "Girls on Buicks 2" and the light in my truckbed is much brighter than in the bar, I really saw what I had, and I didn't think you guys would want to see what I saw so I cut him/her loose.

How was I to know?

The perfume was intoxicating, and I figured a place called the "PussyCat Lounge For Girls" was for real girls.

Next time I'm going to ask about "equipment" up front, before I buy somebody a bunch of Cabana Boy Rum Sunsets (2 oz Cabana Boy rum, 4 oz lemon-lime soda.)

I'll get a picture yet.

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WOW.

just wow. you dont seem all too shocked/surprised, but i would have royally ruined a pair of underwear. crazy.gif

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Whew! I thought you were gonna say she popped when you folder the seat belt over her lap.

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JD

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