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MrEarl, February 23, 2019 in Buick - Photos and Videos
9 minutes ago, Elpad said:
55 special. My fav!
The green car is very rusty. Black car is OK. Had some work done on it.
Both have engines & drive line
A lot of weight for a smallish Toyota truck, but only went ~7 miles
The other kind of hauling....
This picture was taken in the fall of 1986, almost 34 years ago, at the time I didn't realize I bit off more than I could chew!
But I'm still chewing and it's getting closer to the finish line.
Met some good people in the process.
Thats "alot" of body work...LOL.
On 4/20/2020 at 1:28 PM, Elpad said:
Maybe "For Sale As-Is, needs minor repair"?
Was running when parked.
23 hours ago, Elpad said:
Delivered without bumpers and brackets installed, but with wheel covers on -- interesting. I guess that was considered to be part of 'dealer prep'...
On 4/20/2020 at 2:28 PM, Elpad said:
" LOOKS MUCH BETTER IN PERSON "
“Haulin” May be a stretch...
OK prewar guys, what years
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.
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..
More Buick haulin in Australia!
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