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One of our AACA Westerly-Pawcatuck Region members just posted a blog on our club

website. The story is all about a 1951 Buick that his wife just fell in love with. 

After inspecting and purchasing the car our hero, Charlie Nash, began to make the car

fully ship shape. It is a nice story with some great photos and a short photo

quiz at the end.  More stories will follow as the restoration progresses.


Please check out his blog and others we have posted from various club members.

Comments are always appreciated!

Charlie's latest can be found by clicking on the title: The Lonely Buick.


(Note: we have a bunch of other stories including a poem about a '37 Ford

coupe. It was written by one of our AACA wives, Barbara.)

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Thanks to retirednow and John S. Charlie, the man working on the 1951 Buick,

assures me that more stories will follow. He is a man driven. His barn where the Buick is kept

is unheated. He has been out there working daily for the last month. The typical winter day

here in RI goes from 15-40 degrees F.

It's his wife's car. He is very good to her!

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