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Favorite Pictures of My Pre War Buick


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Going back to Page #2 on this thread there are two photos of our 1920 Model K-46 4-Passenger Coupe and our 1922 Model 48 4-Passenger Coupe.  The 1920 has been sold and has gone to a new home.  The '22 is going to be going to a new home sometime early next Spring.  With the 1916 the shop was full.  It is time to 'Thin The Herd' as that old saying goes.  The 1916 D-45 needs to make its debut on this thread, so, I thought this photo might work well for that.  This car was driven for the first time since July 4th of 1976 last year in July.  It even won a National Award at East Moline last August.  Not too bad for a soon to be 109 year old automobile.


Terry Wiegand

South Hutchinson, Kansas

AACA Life Member #947918  -  The ONLY Forum Member From Way Out in Doo Dah



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On 10/10/2023 at 9:14 AM, drovak said:



Did anyone catch what was being towed at the show by the Stanley? I took a video and exported a frame:


The idiot driving was me.  I had driven the car to Hershey that morning and forget to check my gas level.  Ran out just as I got near the Chocolate field.  The car is a 1910 Model 16 Toy


Brian Bentley

Denton, TX




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The 1910 Buick Model 16 is shown in the first photo when it was found likely in 1930s by Glenn D. Brown (grandfather of forum member "jeff_a"). The second and third photos are the car today. The fourth photo shows Glenn D. Brown's HCCA club literature from the 1950s where he drove this car at the events. 

1910 Buick As Found by Glenn Brown.jpg

10 Buick 3.jpg

10 Buick 4.jpg

10 Buick 5.jpg

10 Buick 1.jpg

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On 5/7/2017 at 9:13 AM, neil morse said:

Yeah, it's a beauty.  It belongs to a former owner of my car.  Here's another shot that shows the Titian Maroon better.


Is this car Richard Mann's 56C (Santa Barbara, CA)?

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