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Favorite Pictures of My Pre War Buick


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On 4/4/2016 at 3:19 AM, Lawrence Helfand said:

I hope everyone who has been working away over the winter on their projects are getting close to their goal of a road ready car for Spring. I got my 41 66S into the shop at the beginning of February for a phase one going over. The right side fenders got swapped out as well as the hood for starters. Fresh cooling system with modern core and lots of tidying up of fragile wiring loom etc etc. I also removed from just the front right side front suspension and frame almost 40 lbs of Pacific Northwest mud asphalt, volcanic ash and two S&W shell casings. I actually weighed it out on the shop scale. Almost ready to slap the historic plates on it. Waiting on the under seat heater cores to be re soldered. She still is sitting on jacks until the heater is re installed.





It's very beautiful.  Looks cool

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On 3/30/2021 at 12:40 AM, Robby120113 said:

Nice perspective 


     A Pigeon's targeting shot.  

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On 5/10/2021 at 10:44 PM, 95Cardinal said:

The newest addition to our fleet!



Beautiful!  Please contact me, I keep the roster of Model 16/17 Buick’s, I sent you a message, thanks!  David Coco Winchester Va

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On 6/24/2021 at 8:54 PM, Daves1940Buick56S said:

I finally got the wheels repainted in the Dante Red with the correct silver pinstripes! This is a 1938 66S.



What a beautiful car.   

I "should" be driving my lowly 37 40 series coupe already,  but....... 

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Here are the pictures I took of the same car probably over 10 years ago. We had gone up to Rome NY. to test drive a 1914-B37 which we did not buy.


We stopped at the Northeast Classic car Museum on the way. A great museum!


 I guess I had a focus problem too.


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Saved as much original Interior as I could(washing original cloth, resewing seams and patching). Should have had someone paint it for me, im not the best painter. Although it only cost me $250 in total.


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