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Favorite Pictures of My Pre War Buick


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On 3/20/2022 at 2:06 PM, smillard said:

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.The 1932 Buick has always bee on of my favorited , one like yours in St. Peterdbug, FL  almost a perfect restoration.   Is this that car?

 

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On 12/4/2020 at 10:50 AM, neil morse said:

Repainting the inlays is the easiest thing in the world and one of the quickest ways to give your car a sharper look.  Just get some black paint (I used Rustoleum semi-gloss), apply a generous coat in the recess, and wipe off the excess with a clean rag and you're done.  If you don't get all the excess, you can just wait until it dries and carefully get it with paint thinner.  Trust me, you can do this -- you don't need a steady hand!

Great idea! I'll give it a try this coming spring!

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