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Not Always A Good Day For A Buick

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A 1966 Buick Wildcat owner utilizes the convenience of Drive Through Banking.

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Someone's always gotta ruin a good interior by throwin a tire in the front seat. :mad:

Whatsa matta, trunk not big enough? Sheesh!

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Whattttt!!!???

Ok, this has "Pissed Off Girlfriend and/or Spouse" written all over it.....LITERALLY!

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'51 Roadmaster in the front of Hank Williams funeral procession. A sad day in music history. Here's a link to the youtube video where I found it. It's a Hank Williams documentary. Well worth the time if you're a fan of the Ramblin' Man. Make sure you watch all 5 parts.

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A 1966 Buick Wildcat owner utilizes the convenience of Drive Through Banking.

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Looks like the car is calling for a tow

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Looks like the car is calling for a tow

Good one JD!!!!

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Man, I can't help but think that when those older Buicks took hits like that people really got hurt...and really killed without seat belts etc.. That old metal didn't bend up easily and those dashboards were steel, not plastic that absorbs. I'm thankful, in a way, for modern engineering.

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Few years ago in CA:

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Spring 2012 in The Netherlands (73 Riviera):

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Last weekend in The Netherlands (74 EW):

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There were a lot fewer automobiles on the roads years back, certainly a lot fewer trucks, NOT SAYING ANYTHING BAD ABOUT TRUCKS, just stating a fact. Couple this with slower speeds, and NO TEXTING, hehehe, well, many of us did survive.

Thank the many safe drivers, huh... I think if we check, there are fewer wrecks with injuries per million miles driven today then in the 50's for example, I THINK....

Dale in Indy

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It's a wonder any of us survived.

Further proof of this statement below. Be careful out there guys!

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Guest my3buicks

Just goes to prove, even though people call Buick's boats and yachts, they really don't float lol - poor 53 Special

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BTW, the newer ones don't float either.

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But then again some of them do.

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