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LIST B.--New Year's Buick and GM Memorabila Sale

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Hi, Gang. More after-the-holidays BUICK and GM memorabilia goodies for you to check out. Also, please check my List A. here on the forum for more Buick and GM 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. GM Goodwrench Clock. A nice collectible, especially now that this Goodwrench logo has been retired by General Motors. In very good condition, and works just fine. 6” diameter. Hang on the wall, or used the “feet’ that are included to stand on a desk or shelf. $25

2. 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

3. Faux BUICK Straw Hat, souvenir of the 1978 Buick 75th Anniversary Celebration. This straw hat was used by tour leaders at the various plant open house tours during Buick’s 75th anniversary week. Plastic, with comfortable, inner liner head band, and elastic chin band. Excellent condition. $25

4. Selling these 1968 Buick postcards INDIVIDUALLY. JUST THREE ARE LEFT. These Buick corporate postcards that promoted the 1968 model line-up. These postcards were given out to people who took the Buick factory tour in Flint in 1968. Four-color printing, with a different Buick advertising slogan on the back of each postcard. Each card also imprinted "Buick Motor Division, Flint, Michigan". These are all in "as new" condition. I have the Blue GS-400 Sport Coupe, Blue Skylark 2-door Sport Coupe (have two of these), and the Cream and Wood grain Sport Wagon still available. (All others pictured have been sold.) $5 each for any of these postcards.

5. 1925 Buick Color Ad, ready to hang. This is a full-color, high quality reproduction of an actual magazine ad for the 1925 Buick. It is ready to enjoy, with high quality, colored double matting, 14” x 18”. Very good condition. $5

6. SOLD. NAPA Auto Parts key holder. This is a high-quality, all-metal, small scale replica of a Milton Quik-Connect Air Chuck. The two ends disconnect just like the air hose connector would. This gives you the ability to separate your car or shop keys, as would be most convenient for you. Quite the unusual, specialty key holder. $8. SOLD











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