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I JUST LOVE THE PICTURE OF THIS BUICK...........

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Tried loading these earlier and my two favorites wouldn't load so here are the rest. Hittin on 4 out of 9 today. 

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Thans JD ?

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Oh Man!  So glad to see this one!  We couldn't take ours out this year because of this:

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BTW,  there is a Buick in the shed behind these:

 

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"When the next person asks if I saved the stock wheels for my Buick convertible the WHOLE BUICK CLUB is going on the Naughty List!

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Was working at the shop today and got a couple of pictures hung on the wall   Here is the result of the "Family Buick Album" with everyone in the family on the truck over time including Joyce and I with our grandson Clay in the lower left picture.

 

 

 

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On December 30, 2016 at 7:33 PM, Larry Schramm said:

Was working at the shop today and got a couple of pictures hung on the wall   Here is the result of the "Family Buick Album" with everyone in the family on the truck over time including Joyce and I with our grandson Clay in the lower left picture.

 

 

 

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Cool Larry. This would fit well in the Garage and Memorabilia forum too. :) Then we could talk about that Neato sign too. 

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OK so it is not an actual car but 'two' of the things I love.

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4 hours ago, dei said:

OK so it is not an actual car but 'two' of the things I love.

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Do I recognize a Lionel flat car with stakes?  Oh I think there might be a '58 Buick there also.

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Actually it is "G" scale and yes that is a '58 friction Roadmaster convert I picked up at a Trade Centre years ago.

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My Lionel trains and my life just got great this Christmas. 

 

My grandson who is turning 2 in a couple of months has discovered the fun of the trains. 

The minute he walks into the house he runs for the room with the trains and shouts choo-choo.  Brings back my childhood memories of running my trains. 

 

Grand children are GREAT.

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My grandson, who is now 12, was fascinated by trains when he was a tyke. We go down the road and watch them up close and he'd love to watch for them to pass along the creek way behind us.  I got all excited because model trains were a big part of my life as a kid. I bought a ton of HO stuff just waiting to enjoy model railroading. Turns out he just wanted to "play trains." Creating a layout was the last thing he wanted to do.  Best of luck to you and your grandson.  

 

Ed

 

PS - Anyone want to buy a lot of HO train stuff.  Some of it is NIB. ☺

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17 hours ago, Larry Schramm said:

My Lionel trains and my life just got great this Christmas.

 

My grandson who is turning 2 in a couple of months has discovered the fun of the trains.

The minute he walks into the house he runs for the room with the trains and shouts choo-choo.  Brings back my childhood memories of running my trains.

 

Grand children are GREAT.

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Looks like you have the "RED" phone.

Are the rumours true that it is a direct link to the president ?

 

Nice set up and nice to see the little one so interested.

Looks like he has the bandana ready to rob the mail car.

 

Cal.

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Thanks to zeke01 for bringing this to our attention.

From macsmotorcitygarage.com

 

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Must have had some kind of marine exhaust manifold on it which would quiet things some.

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Found this in the basement cleanup.

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"GRAND FORMAT"  sounds appropriate for use on a Roadmaster!  :D

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