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Favorite Pictures of My Post War Buick


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7 minutes ago, dship said:

John, but you forget to include the Regal GS (I still like that car!).

Its behind that bush Dave.  It could have fit behind the 56 though. Just have to do this over again. 

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On 9/29/2016 at 4:00 AM, buick5563 said:

I took a few pics at the Fall Regional with my wagon, Willie's Century and Jerry C's (Alamo chapter pres.) 3 spd. Special.

I especially like the night shot in the parking lot.

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I’ll take one of those please! 👍🏽

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I guess this is one of my all time favorites. It is a symbol of the pace things go in my garage. No problem whatsoever sitting on my little blue stool no matter what urgency surrounds me.

 

Sold the Jaguar unfinished, enjoyed owning it, and made a few bucks selling it as sizzle.

 

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On 3/13/2021 at 3:53 PM, Kaftan said:

Love this thread, but I don't believe I've ever posted here...  1946 Roadmaster 76-S
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Great shot, nice setting for the '46!

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Imported my '53 Roadmaster Riviera in 2014 from Texas. Still not 100% finished, but with new paint, new bumpers, new venti ports and new radials it looks good in the late afternoon sun.... Want to go to car meets so badly! 

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17 minutes ago, avgwarhawk said:

Still my favorite picture of my Buick. The previous owners standing by their ride! 

 

 

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The two ladies seem happy enough, but the gent is probably thinking about making the payments.

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Wow, there are so many beautiful classic Buicks in this thread! This is my '48 Roadmaster that I named Black Dahlia. I bought it last year in Wisconsin and brought it out West to Arizona.

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my $50.oo ‘52. I bought it in 1975. no engine no transmission no radiator… and no sense. had a lot of fun with it though… it even was our family car for a while… drove it all over the Southwest. and it was a workhorse. towed the travel trailer and a lotta stuff when we moved…  Sold it shortly after this picture and a local restaurant put a paint job on it and parks it out in front. 

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here’s another buick i let get away.  mine was very similar to this pic by johnD 1956. 

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mine was a 68 GS 400 conv with a 4 speed and a/c. sold it for $275 in 1974. over 100k miles and needed tires and a new top. but still ran great! (during height of the gas crisis in socal.)

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