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Favorite Pictures of My Pre War Buick

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I'm not sure mate, you'd better ask the other bloke! 🙂

 

 

Hi Ben, how are things going?

 

Cheers

 

Paul

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Just wanted to share a picture of this Buick. A participant at the 2018 Concourse held at Boca. This is part of Guy Lewis collection in Pinecrest, Florida which I had the opportunity  to visit last night as part of our AACA South Fl. Chapter meeting. Was able to see just a section of his great collection. Thanks Guy for opening your garage!

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Wow that is spectacular. Thanks for sharing. I know a guy here in Australia who has a 1918 Buick roadster, and is restoring a much earlier one also (1910? I think). I hope to visit him in a couple of weeks so may get some pics for you.

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On last weeks HCCA/AACA tour in Kingston, On we had three Model 31 touring cars on tour.  All three performed well and finished five days of driving city streets and county roads, including a gas light parade.

 

Regards, Gary

 

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1931 Model 8-67.   61k miles.  All original except paint.  Never restored.  Recently awakened from a 25 year slumber.

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Fabulous car!  I love the black on black on black color scheme.  It's so nice to see a car looking like it did in 1931 and not all dolled up with two-tone paint and wide whites.

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My '39 81F Formal Sedan, completely destroyed in a fire years after I sold it.

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The first 3 pics are Curtis Lumber car show in Ballston Spa, NY, I won best unrestored vehicle out of 427 cars:

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The next pics are from the day before, at Goldstein Buick in Albany, NY. In this pic are Alan Goldstein and his daughter Stephanie. They gave me the top prize of the whole show, out of 75 cars, the President's Award!

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Below is the "best unrestored" trophy from the Curtis Lumber show. 

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Here is a picture of our 1913 Buick Model 31 taken by Gary Van Dyken on a tour last year that I really like.

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When I was in high school I kept my 28 in a garage I rented for $5 month. My buds and I would hang out there, no adult supervision. Here we are in spring of 1969.

 

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Almost new to Buicks (had a 59 convert just out of the AF in 64) this is my 2nd and what a beauty she is!!

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Wow, what a surprise! Ron Noonan, a fellow Buick enthusiast sent me these photos of my Buick before I became the custodian. Taken in the late 1970’s or early 1980’s at a GM car show possibly in N.S.W. (Australia). If I do the maths, that was about 40years ago!

1938 Buick Special all enclosed coupe, RHD Australian body, #40 of total 43 made! 
Rodney 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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And what it is now! It’s called “Spot the differences”. There are at least 10, some of which you can’t see in the pics!

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Experimenting with photo editing software, my Model 31 parked on a gravel driveway last May during the Gilmore Museum's pre war days.

 

Regards, Gary

 

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