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Could this be the same car?  I do know that the blue was redone in Red over Dover white sometime in the 1990s after I sold it to a buyer in Sheridan, WY. The original interior was red & white.  The car was equipped with factory air and power seat and windows.  From there it went to Florida.  After that, I do not know.  (Check the aftermarket spotlight.)

 

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Could this be the same car?  I do know that the blue was redone in Red over Dover white sometime in the 1990s after I sold it to a buyer in Sheridan, WY. The original interior was red & white.  The car was equipped with factory air and power seat and windows.  From there it went to Florida.  After that, I do not know.  (Check the aftermarket spotlight.)

 

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Good question. Wish I knew.

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That 1950 Buick wagon in post 1942 was first built as a custom in bright RED, didn't look as good as the new color.

 

So that you know, those are REFLECTIONS in the paint, not arty works. They do look cool and very arty, but I beat to a different drumb.  hehe  If you blow the picture up, it appears to have sort of wood grain on the sides, just reflections, IMO.

 

If you 'GOOGLE IMAGES OF 1950 BUICK WAGONS' more pic's of it will appear, plus many other 1950 wagons.

 

Dale in Indy

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A friend of mine in Washington just sent me this picture with the caption.  "Drive a Buick?  This is the one for me!" 

 

Does anyone have anymore information about this car?

 

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you can search scott Pruett's 

1950 Buick Wagon

 

this may be the wagon under construction http://www.rosevillerodandcustom.com/finishedpage3.html

 

 

here is a ton of images / an article on the wagon

http://www.ebay.com/motors/blog/low-tide-scott-pruetts-1950-buick-woody/

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I loaned my 1937 Century to a fellow AACA Chapter member for a Gatsby themed party. She owns a 1968 Buick but drove her husband to the event in my 1937 Century since it was more appropriate for this event. At the event, they had a photographer taking Tintype photos. Here is a photo of the Tintype photo. of them with my 1937 Century.

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