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On 6/28/2020 at 12:31 PM, Elpad said:

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One of my most favorite Roadmasters. If not mistaken I believe it was lost in an accident ? @Fr. Buick

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11 hours ago, Elpad said:

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I absolutely love this pic, even though it's been posted here before.  I would love to have an original print of it -- the tones are so rich and the man's trousers are outstanding!

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1952 Buick Super Riviera probably at Daytona Beach, Florida, early-mid-1950's.

Sky Grey roof with Terrace Green body.

Image from an undated 1950's Kodachrome slide in my personal collection.

I love those full size wheel covers! And that radio antenna looks like a weapon!

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The Buick below is definitely a 1951, but I am not entirely sure of the model. I have it marked as a Special.

This is the only view of this car I have.  The license plate is stamped "Ft. Bliss" with "Texas 51".

Any help identifying this one would be appreciated.

Image is from a mid-1950's color slide in my personal collection.

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Another 1952 Buick Super Riviera at an unknown location, early-mid-1950's.

Sky Grey roof with Terrace Green body.

This is probably the prettiest Buick image in my collection!

Image from an undated 1950's Kodachrome slide in my personal collection.

I love those full size wheel covers!

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Those two green 52s might well be the same car.  Same color, same misaligned trim (or is that a standard "feature"?), and licensed in the same state.

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3 hours ago, NC1968Riviera said:

The Buick below is definitely a 1951, but I am not entirely sure of the model. I have it marked as a Special.

This is the only view of this car I have.  The license plate is stamped "Ft. Bliss" with "Texas 51".

Any help identifying this one would be appreciated.

Image is from a mid-1950's color slide in my personal collection.

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  1951 Super, for certain, convertible I think.

 

  Ben

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The beauty of this Buick in contrast to it's bleak surroundings make this A Buick Picture I Just Love  :)

 

 

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credit to @NC1968Riviera for original picture

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9 hours ago, Elpad said:

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Wow great picture!

I was at the Crazy Horse Monument but had no idea you could get that close or I would of taken a similar picture.

Where the car is there was nothing but construction equipment. Unless this guy had connections to let him in.

Again, great shot!

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Indeed a great shot. credit to whoever took the photo probably was enjoying the view and possible its own car, I jut “borrowed” the photo from other FB sites dedicated to Buicks automobiles. As many other posted pictures, I just want to share for those folks that do not have access to the websites.

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16 hours ago, Elpad said:

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Looks like there's not been much progress since we were there in 2004. 😕

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48 minutes ago, zeke01 said:

Is that Bill Johnson’s Buick?

Apparently, this is the original FB post. Don’t know the gentleman 

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