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Buicks and the Great Outdoors - Camping and Trailering


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I believe I might trade my Estate Wagon and Airstream in for this

 

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edit) in fact I believe I might trade all my Buicks and the Airstream in for it

 

edit) as a matter of fact I’ll throw the house in with the deal too

 

edit) NO, the granddaughter is not up for trade 

 

 

 

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On 1/9/2020 at 12:30 AM, Elpad said:

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Running a bit hot after pulling the trailer up a long, long hill , maybe at high altitude?

Looks like the wide Pull-out area was designed for vehicles to cool down !

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What about a trailering story?  In my introduction thread I told about the 1953 Special 4-door my folks bought in about 62 or 63.  A couple of years later my aunt (mom’s sister) and uncle had a small mobile home - maybe 10’ x 40’ - they needed to move from southeast MO to a trailer park in one of the St Louis suburbs.  About 160 miles.  They used the old Buick.  I remember the story and talked with my mom about it just today.   She’s sure she has some pictures of that, and if we find them I will post one or more here.  

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