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23 hours ago, Elpad said:

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Delivered without bumpers and brackets installed, but with wheel covers on -- interesting.  I guess that was considered to be part of 'dealer prep'...

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The one on the rear I saw advertised as a 1917 D-35 (4cyl) but the windshield says it’s a 1918 E-35 - considered by the factory to be a 1918 model regardless of what calendar year it was built. But who knows with all the other strange liberties someone took with it. Was only available in black — the whole thing. Fabric top too. Spokes were painted.

At least it’s not red. For some reason 1/3 of them get restored in red. Never offered.

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Plenty of Buicks get hauled around Australia.

 

These photos go back to 2008 when a couple of us hauled our Buicks to a National Meet held in Queensland. The.articles were written by a visiting BCA member who was at the meet and were published in the BCA Pre War Division Newsletter.. 

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On 4/28/2020 at 5:39 PM, Elpad said:

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Usually, the car should be loaded like this with the engine weight up front to balance the trailer properly.  However, this car should be loaded back end first because the engine weight is dwarfed by the rear bumper weight. 

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Instagram friend just bought this “for his wife” yea brother, uhh huh, right..... 

told him “good luck wit dat” 

 

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2 hours ago, MrEarl said:

Instagram friend just bought this “for his wife” yea brother, uhh huh, right..... 

told him “good luck wit dat” 

 

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Ugh.  I want!

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1 hour ago, NC-car-guy said:

Ugh.  I want!

 
I guess you’ll have to talk to his wife. Maybe about a trade🤔

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and another Instagram friend wanted to know if I thought the 3800 would handle this, told him sure but may want put at least on more strap on it

 

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