MrEarl

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10 minutes ago, RivNut said:

1963 Wildcat convertible

 

We have a wiener  :D

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22 hours ago, MrEarl said:

Rainy day in Georgia plus laid up with carpal tunnel hand surgery so let's play a game. First to identify the make and model wins ... nothin, you jus win

new hints throughout the dayimage.jpeg

 

 '59 Invicta convertible.

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Sorry but no teddy bear Larry and we already have a winner, you must not have flipped the page :)

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That las one has a bit of a resemblance to our country place. 

 

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I like the pictures of the cars with the 'toothy' grilles -- they almost look like they're munchn' on the grass!

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5 hours ago, Thriller said:

That las one has a bit of a resemblance to our country place. 

 

I'd like that last one to be I'm my pasture, look at that clean front bumper and grille. 

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That Wildcat is one FINE car!  Do I remember it and two younger females gracing a holiday card several years ago???

GREAT pictures!

 

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On 9/1/2016 at 11:05 AM, smithbrother said:

Post #120 is what I believe is Cornet Copper color on the body, that is what our 52 RM was with Beach White under the sweep spear.

 

People would stop us and ask about the color, in the sun it was a site to see. 

 

Dale in Indy

I sure would like to see some of these old cars come back to the states as restrictions ease.....

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I wish I could do photo shop. I'd like to see what the above would look like minus the post, the rear door handle and gap, and the big chrome piece on the rear quarter. I've never noticed and I guess it's just the chrome and black contrast of this picture, but to me the big chrome piece in the rear quarter relative to the sweep spear below it looks a little awkward in design. Could they not have tied the sweep spear into the big chrome piece. Not that I am questioning Mr Earl or Mr Nichols design or anything....

 

Can't believe no one has mentioned whitewalls yet.

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I don't have photoshop but I do have Corel Draw. (I don't use it often enough for photos to be very good at it). I started trying to do this earlier and then had to go to an AACA Meeting. When I got back I finished it. Even though you already have it above, I might as well post my quick edited version of it too.

Mr Earl's photoshop photo edited.jpg

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Thanks 'berta and Matt, I tried playing with it with Microsoft Picture Manager, wasn't a pretty site.

 

Hummm, I kinda like the cleaner look, but I don't know...... Putting all consideration for originality aside, lets take a vote

 

All those for  # 1

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and those for  # 2

 

Mr Earl's photoshop photo edited.jpg

 

 

 

 

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OK, I'll go first he he he.

 

Even visualizing it still with 4 doors I personally like design # 2

 

Next.....

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With the extra Chrome, black walls look good. Without the chrome I'm thinking it needs white walls. 

 

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Pardon my lack of prewar Buick knowledge, Buick V V ?

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9 hours ago, MrEarl said:

 

 

Pardon my lack of prewar Buick knowledge, Buick V V ?

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Looks like a ring job in progress.

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