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


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8 hours ago, $0.55 said:

I think I might need to find one of these for myself!

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get in line 😁

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1950s Kodachrome slide image of a 1951 Buick Special Tourback Sedan in the center and a 1951 Chevrolet Fleetline on the left.

 

This pictures exact date and location is unknown. One soldier has an 8th Army shoulder patch.

 

The first US Army 4 Star General officer in command of 8th Army in Korea was GEN James Van Fleet (14 April 1951 to 11 February 1953). 

 

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

 

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1955 Buick Roadmaster in a local parade? Image from an undated 1950's Kodachrome slide in my personal collection.

The picture is slightly out of focus. I can't make out what the sign in the back window says.

Notice the two way radio antenna on the driver-side rear fender.

 

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Two images from two separate Kodachrome Stereo Transparencies.

An elderly couple standing proudly next to their 1955 Buick Special.

 

The second picture shows a partial view of a red 1950 Buick parked behind the black Special.

 

Images are from an 1950's Kodachrome stereo transparency slides in my personal collection.

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10 hours ago, NC1968Riviera said:

 

The Buick appears to have the grille of a 1951 but also appears to have a two piece front windshield instead of an one piece windshield.

I believe the ‘51 Standard Special had the 2 piece while the Deluxe had the 1 piece. You don’t see many of the Standards. 

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21 minutes ago, MrEarl said:

I believe the ‘51 Standard Special had the 2 piece while the Deluxe had the 1 piece. You don’t see many of the Standards. 

 

 I think it is a two door  Special Business Coupe, Mod 46 or a Special Sports Sedan Mod 46S I have never seen one. That Mod had a one piece back glass as opposed to the normal three piece..

 

  Ben

 

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Definitely the same guy in front of the same house.  And he's a stylish dresser, too.  You could reupholster a whole front seat with the material from those trousers! 😁

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1910 Buick Model 14 on display at a 1973 Antique Automobile Club of America car show, possibly in Rhode Island.

 

The AACA window sheet lists the owner as "O. Johnson" and the model as "1910 Buick".

 

The license plate is a Rhode Island "Antique" plate #23(?).

 

Does anyone remember Mr. or Ms. O Johnson and this 1910 Buick Model 14? Any idea where it might be today?

 

Image is from an AUG73 process dated Kodachrome slide in my personal collection of classic cars slides.

 

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