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So  I didn't know where to post this but I bought this at a thrift store today for a few bucks because the front of it looks like the waterfall grill on the 54 Buick.....

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Better yet,  does anyone have any other stories of something they were inspired to buy because it reminded them of their Buick?

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2 hours ago, wndsofchng06 said:

Spotted this buick bench at the flea market today.....

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Geeze, with the rocket hood ornament in a prime position too! 

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and everybody knows Buick didn't use leaf springs.

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15 minutes ago, MrEarl said:

and everybody knows Buick didn't use leaf springs.

RIght.  The thing that bothered me the most is the builder just ran screws through the hubcap in the center..

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Sometimes you just gotta upgrade to Cadillac to get the thing you want.

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I sat on that bench with a cold drink and enjoyed it for years, but, like most things collector car related, nearly everyone who saw it whined "It doesn't have a back on it." My Wife hates it when I imitate the old car fault finder's whine. Some cars go zero to 60 in less time than it takes me to say "What's that?"

Bernie

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