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I'm not much on identifying early Buicks but I'll go out on a limb here and say early 40's?  My only clue is that the plane is a " U.S. ARMY" plane;  not Air Force, which only came into being in 1947.

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11 minutes ago, RivNut said:

I'm not much on identifying early Buicks but I'll go out on a limb here and say early 40's?  My only clue is that the plane is a " U.S. ARMY" plane;  not Air Force, which only came into being in 1947.

 

  1942.

 

  Ben

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4 hours ago, Ben Bruce aka First Born said:

 

  1942.

 

  Ben

Well DUH. After you said "1942" I looked again and saw the front license plate - 1942.

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I wonder if the picture of the Buick next to the radial engine has anything to do with the radial engines that Buick built to power the B-24 Liberator WWII bomber and the Hellcat tank destoyer

 

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