Discussion in 'Buick "Widows" support group' started by JesiM, May 17, 2018.
There have to be some other ladies on this site!
My wife, Geri, is active in my hobbies. I consider her a co-member as she has co-ownership of a couple of my Buicks and she has been there each time I was going through the process of buying a collector Buick.
Her favorite car to drive was our 1971 Buick GS 455. She has surprised a few guys with her knowledge of Buicks.
Roberta is around. Several others too.
Awesome! Can't wait to get to know everybody and who the regulars are
I'm right here!!
I hope more gals come forward, you girls can't let us boys have all the fun!
Well, My younger sister (who is not on the forum) is into Buicks. She keeps on trying to take my car every chance she can to go out for a drive.
Very cool that there are car enthusiast ladies on here. You have my respect.
Hi Jesi!!! Welcome to the board! Love your car.........
Been away awhile, but I'm still here!
My wife isn't a member, but she enjoys shows/events/Buicks and the white car is technically hers (I'm just the caretaker/"occasional" driver.)
My wife, Rona, isn't necessarily a car enthusiast but she loves me and what I do. She participates anywhere she can... AND I finally was able to upload pics
There were a lot of times that it took much longer to explain to my wife, who is very mechanically inclined, how to do a task than to just do it myself. But, as long as she, or anyone for that matter, has the interest and wants to learn, I'll teach. She can explain lift and duration of a cam and knows what the specs mean. She got a bit upset, one evening, when I installed the engine in her '68 Nova without her.
Hello. I don't consider myself a Buick widow. I love our toys as children and am not afraid to help take a part an engine or transmission with yachtsmanbill. I only help with tools and a little elbow grease when needed but it is fun. Wee have a 1972 XSG ??? that we have driven for several years. We have a trophy or 2 for it. Our newest is a 1964 Buick special Deluxe that Bill is tearing apart and rebuilding. He wants a 455 motor with a 4 speed on the floor transmission. His projects keep him in the garage and out of the house so I am happy....ppat