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Discussion in ''Da Nailhead' started by dualqwad, Jun 4, 2002.

  1. dualqwad

    dualqwad ...just another lost soul

    I stumbled across your message board while searching for nail head goodies and decided to join in. I own a couple of Buick cars so I hope to learn a thing or two and maybe pass on some of the knowledge that I've already aquired elsewhere.
    I have a 64 Riviera and a 65 wildcat. Sice both of my Buick cars are dual quad powered nail heads, you can call me Dualqwad.
    You seem to have a very cool message board here!:TU:
  2. 9secStage1

    9secStage1 Worlds Fastest GS Stage 1

    Well you found a home here. We have plenty of Nailhead racers and show cars in the club. Including Bob Quigg out of Putnam County, NY who is the original owner of a 66 GS nailhead and his car runs 11.60's with the dual quad. And his 66 is full frame and street legal too.
    Welcome aboard.

    Rick Martinez
  3. Welcome aboard dualqwad! Glad to have you here. As you visit here, you'll notice that most of us like to post with at least our first name in our signature. Definitely lends to the friendly atmosphere we enjoy on this board. :TU: If you're not comfortable with that, no problem, we're not picky either. :cool:
  4. dualqwad

    dualqwad ...just another lost soul

    David; yes, how rude of me not to introduce myself formally.
    I went back and corrected my mistake.:spank:

    Rick; yes that certainly is a nice 'cat that Bob has there. I've never raced mine, at least not that competitively. I have, however, surprised a few 5.0 mustang owners at stoplights.
  5. BuickStreet

    BuickStreet Guest

    Show us yer Buford.

    Welcome dualqwad.

    I want your cars on my site. Head on over to and if you see what you like I'd like you to submit your Buick(s) to me for submission as Features - as well as a short story.

    Anyone else out there who hasn't done so yet can also follow the above instructions.

  6. dualqwad

    dualqwad ...just another lost soul

    My buford?

    :shock: I'm not sure I should show you that, Bill, but I do like your website. I especially like your right hand driver. I will definately have to get some quality photos of my cars to send to you.:TU: For starters, I can e-mail you a short narrative on them.
    Last edited: Jun 5, 2002
  7. BuickStreet

    BuickStreet Guest

    Thanks Robert. I'll keep up the effort.

    Thanks for the photos. That is one strange Buick. Do you mind if I share it around the place to see if I can come up with some info?

  8. BuickStreet

    BuickStreet Guest

    What's a Buford?

    I have seen (and use) the term Buford to refer to a Buick. I'm not sure where I first saw it or what it means. Can someone clarify what this term refers to and if I am using it correctly?
  9. dualqwad

    dualqwad ...just another lost soul

    what photos?

    :confused: I don't remember sending you any photos, yet.
    What kind of strange Buick is it?
  10. Roberta

    Roberta Buick Berta

    The term "Buford" is usually used when a Ford 9" rear axle is inserted in a Buick, it has also been used, get this when a Buick engine has been used in a Ford, and mostly in Ford trucks!!
  11. BuickStreet

    BuickStreet Guest

    Gosh Dual, I think it was that night when you contacted me. I received some photos of a 1938 Buick Limo and the person was asking me if I could ID it for him (his friend actually). I asked him if I could publish them and That's where the confusion must be. I must have seen your email address and confused the 2. Sorry about the confusion.

  12. BuickStreet

    BuickStreet Guest

    Thanks Roberta. Looks like I was using the term incorrectly. Thanks for the up.


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