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Buicks at Auburn Celebration - July 1-3, 2021 Auburn Auction Park Auburn, Indiana


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4 minutes ago, Buick Regal GS said:

is the friday nite downtown cruisin connected to Auburn Cruise night read they only except 72 and older so does that mean my 73 Regal cant do the cruisin?              image.png.e2413fc2ac6615638ce15c40dc48a7d8.png

 

I think it means you have to be at least 72 years old. Only old dudes. They don't tear the place up and make noise all night when they get drunk.

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1 hour ago, Matt Harwood said:

 

I think it means you have to be at least 72 years old. Only old dudes. They don't tear the place up and make noise all night when they get drunk.

So I’ve only got one year left to do that. S***

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1 hour ago, Buick Regal GS said:

is the friday nite downtown cruisin connected to Auburn Cruise night read they only except 72 and older so does that mean my 73 Regal cant do the cruisin?              image.png.e2413fc2ac6615638ce15c40dc48a7d8.png

 
go for it, nobody will know 

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I wrote this in the other thread, but it bears repeating here as well

 

I just wanted to say thank you to all the Buick Owners that participated in the event today. I hope it was enjoyable, though i know different from a BCA National event. I believe we were just under 100 Buicks registered.

 

It was my pleasure to serve the Buick community in partnership with AACA and the Buick Heritage Alliance.

 

I would ask that all Buick owners who attended extend a thank you to the AACA for making the event happen and for efforts in the interests of the collector automobile hobby. 

 

I look forward to seeing you all in Lisle in 2022 (and maybe I might make it to the Mid-America Regional in Chesterfield, MO this fall).

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49 minutes ago, Pete Phillips said:

1965 GS conv. and a 1974 Riviera GS Stage 1.

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This Riv GS definitely caught my eye all weekend. The 65 was no slouch either.

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Thanks for a great show. We really enjoyed ourselves and the whole weekend was great. Drive home was incident-free, too. 


Great to meet a bunch of you face-to-face, too. Thanks for coming over and introducing yourselves.

 

Good job everyone!

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I had a great time at my first BCA gathering and was particularly gratified to meet some of you. Got home yesterday afternoon after putting 3,343 trouble-free miles on the Skylark since I left home on 06/22. The Skylark is fine, my back not so much.

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2 hours ago, Machine Gun said:

I had a great time at my first BCA gathering and was particularly gratified to meet some of you. Got home yesterday afternoon after putting 3,343 trouble-free miles on the Skylark since I left home on 06/22. The Skylark is fine, my back not so much.

 

If I may clarify one thing. The BCA as an organization, had no involvement with this event, though many members participated of course. 

 

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1 hour ago, Steve Moskowitz said:

more later but we desperately need reach JOEL VANAMBERG OF MICHIGAN.  HAVE HIM CALL 717-350-5484

 

Confirmed not a current BCA member so can't provide any additional contact info.

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I had a blast! It was my first event. Got to meet Old Tank, Smartin and Mudbone.. Thanks for cruise in.. Pulled up to the gas pump today with the 57, this guy gets out of his car and says, "Wouldn't You Be Rather Driving A Buick" and then he says, "Remember those Old Commercials"? I just grinned..

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Here are the results on the Buick side of things.

Bulgari Spirit of Buick Award: David Landow 1931 Series 90 Conv. Coupe

 

BHA Award: Larry Beatty 1916 D-45

 

Valve-in-Head Award - Outstanding Pre-War Buick: John Giokaris, 1930 Marquette

 

Torque Tube Award - Outstanding Full Classic Buick: Margus Sweigard, 1932 Buick Model 95 Sport Phaeton

 

Nailhead Award - Outstanding Post-War Buick: Paul Haddock, 1969 Buick Skylark GS Stage 1

 

Stage 1 Award - Outstanding Buick GS: Chuck Miller, 1965 Buick GS Convertible

 

Free Spirit Award - Outstanding Turbo Buick: Michael Bolander, 1986 Buick Grand National

 

Precision Crafted Award - Outstanding Buick Reatta: Terry Fairfield, 1990 Buick Reatta (Maui Blue)

 

Wouldn't You Really Rather Have a Buick Award - Outstanding Buick Riviera: Richard and Linda Harvey, 1964 Buick Riviera

 

When Better Cars Are Built Award - Outstanding Survivor Buick: Larry Beatty, 1916 Buick D-45

 

Dynaflow Award - Outstanding Modified Buick: John Williams, 1941 Buick Roadmaster 76C

 

Sweepspear Class Awards

Class A - 1903 - 1919

John Goedeken, 1910 Buick Touring

 

Class B -1920 - 1935

Greg Jones, 1929 Buick Roadster

John and Cheryl Gallagher, 1935 Buick Roadster Conv.

Daniel Burkitt, 1929 Buick Model 50

 

Class C - 1936-1942

Doug Seybold, 1940 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon

David Clark, 1941 Buick Super 51C

Jim Darrow, 1941 Buick Super 56C

 

Class D - 1946-1959

Phillip Cervates, 1954 Buick Special

John Williams, 1956 Buick Super Conv

Tom Ferencz, 1958 Buick Super 56R

 

Class E - 1960 - 1969

Alan and Donna Blake, 1962 Buick Skylark

Thomas Bean, 1964 Buick Wildcat

Terry Felt, 1969 Buick GS 400

 

Class F - 1970-1979

Dan Jones, 1970 Buick GS Stage 1

Carl Rychlik, 1970 Buick GS 455

Michael Sobotka, 1971 Buick GSX

 

Class G - 1980 - 1989

Donna Webb, 1985 Buick Riviera

Kendall Riecken, 1987 Buick Grand National

Richard Yarger, 1987 Buick Grand National

 

Class H - 1990-1999

Stan Bower, 1990 Buick Reatta

Bonnie Starzyk, 1990 Buick Reatta

Sidney and Belva Meyers, 1999 Buick Riviera

 

Class M - Modified

Tom & Dana Kromer, 1950 Buick Roadmaster

Patrick Juliana, 1977 Buick LeSabre

Larry Johnson, 1987 Buick Grand National

 

Class U - Survivor

Mark Reenders, 1924 Buick Model 45

Dan and Kathy Bohart, 1953 Buick Super Woodie Wagon

Greg Horner, 1972 Buick Riviera

 

Sweepspear Award Winners selected by the Buick Heritage Alliance

Ken Clark, 1936 Buick Special

Gary Klecka, 1949 Buick Super

Bob Thomas, 1968 Buick Electra

Dale Weber, 1990 Buick Coupe

 

Sweepspear Award Special Recognition and Thanks

Steve Moskowitz, AACA Executive Director

 

 

 

and you can see every Buick at the meet that was parked with the Buicks (there was a couple parked in AACA class only that I did not get)

 

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7 hours ago, Steve Moskowitz said:

more later but we desperately need to reach JOEL VANAMBERG OF MICHIGAN.  HAVE HIM CALL 717-350-5484  We believe he might be a Buick club member.  


Steve,

 

Joel is being contacted, thank you for posting.

 

Mark

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12 hours ago, Mark I said:


Steve,

 

Joel is being contacted, thank you for posting.

 

Mark

Thanks Mark and Steve.  Joel is all set and very appreciative!

 

Chuck

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