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Hi, Gang. Here are additional BUICK memorabilia goodies I have for sale. Please check my List A and List C on the forum for more Buick items I’m selling. Post on the thread, if you want to buy something.

Please note that I’m not set-up for PayPal, but I do welcome your personal check for a money order. I don’t gouge on the shipping. For example, some of the lighter items would just be a couple of dollars. Also, if you buy multiple items, I’m always happy to combine shipping when possible, to save you a little money. Any questions…please feel free to ask.

1. 1960’s Buick/Chevrolet dealership rain gauge. Never-used. This dealer promotional item is from Keup Motors, Inc. in Belle Plaine, MN. It has the older, more detailed Buick tri-shield logo. 2-1/2” wide by 4-1/2” high. It is in “as new” condition (I'm sure it is NOS), and includes the rain collection tube, although it is hard to see in the photos. $35

<O:p 2. GM Parts “The Feeling Is Genuine” self-adhesive note pad sheets. Uses the old GM Parts slogan from a number of years ago. This package contains approximately 200 of these self-adhesive parts list stickers. 3-3/4” wide by 3-1/2” high. Just $5, plus shipping for all 200 sheets.<O:p

3. SOLD. Buick Dealer Tri-Shield Pin. This genuine Buick dealer pin features the red, white, and blue logo in real cloisonné. High quality, with a gold finish. “As new” condition. Use on a cap or in a lapel. $8 SOLD. <O:p

4. Old Car Tire Tape Measure and Key Chain. Here’s a big wide whitewall tire-shaped tape measure. Has a quality key ring hook attached. As new, never-used condition. I have two of these. $8 each<O:p

5. GM Parts Promotional Golfing Set. Never used. Flip-up package contains four golf tees imprinted with “GM PARTS” logo, and a round, ball placement marker imprinted with “GM GOODWRENCH PLUS SERVICE”. Cover has GM dealer name of Bill Boettcher, Inc. imprint. Mint condition. $10<O:p

6. ALL SOLD. 1940’s Buick Lubricare Dealer Service reminder postcard. This full-color postcard was sent to dealership customers to let them know they should bring their Buick in every 30 days for a grease job. Wow! From the <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:pBuick dealer. Has the Buick Lubricare logo type and a nifty colorful illustration of a young boy oiling a little girl’s roller skates. “As new” condition, never mailed. I have three of these. $5 each ALL SOLD.<O:p

7. Beautifully framed and matted, color picture of 1938 Buick 80C, 4-door convertible. Excellent condition. This is the photo contained in the 1978 Buick Motor Division 75<SUP>th</SUP> anniversary package. It shows Greg Field, BCA #1 driving his beautiful ’38. This is a good-sized piece of Buick lore at 17” x 22”. All-metal, chromed frame with double matting. The professional framing cost is probably more than the price of this complete picture. $45<O:p

8. SOLD. New-in-box, 1980’s BP Gas Tanker Truck. About 14” long. A nice, quality collectible BP semi tanker truck, with battery-operated horn, lights and back-up alert. Only out of the original factory box for picture taking. These were originally sold by BP gas stations at Christmas. $20 SOLD.<O:p











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