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    Default Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    Just trying to get through the long cold winter here. Post something cool for everyone's entertainment.
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    John "Hutch" Skierka
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    '70 Skylark Resto- Era correct street machine buildup; panel paint and all . . .
    '79 Roadhawk- 22,981 Miles ---Sold---
    '76 Motion Camaro Clone - Brother is now the owner

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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    I have a bunch of new parts for my 72 skylark that before long could be memorabilia if I don't start working on the car.
    Chuck
    Pro 1972 Skylark custom convertible/ cloning to GSX
    Driver 2004 Ford Mustang Convertible
    Truck 98 ford f150 4wd
    Scooter 2001 Yamaha RoadStar


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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    Just got this 65 Wildcat thing.


    that before long could be memorabilia if I don't start working on the car. I hear this too, lotsa Wildcat parts!
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    70 GS
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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    cant pick just one so here's few of the things my wife got me this Christmas

    http://boattail-riviera-by-buick.com...der/index.html

    http://boattail-riviera-by-buick.com...der/index.html

    http://boattail-riviera-by-buick.com...ick/index.html



    lots more in the Boattail Registry Library ( that cover all 71-73 Buicks)

    The Library is broken down into the following section;
    Repair Manuals - full service and repair manuals – most all series - Not working right now will be soon

    Dealership Publications - things you would have seen or were used by sales staff back in the day
    Owner Information Guides and Manuals – the stuff they would have given you copies of in your glove box, or if you asked.
    Restoration Tips – user tips and experiences
    Links – Boattail/Riviera Events - Recommended Parts Vendors – Forums Clubs Newsletters – General Car stuff – My Riv
    Videos – Members videos – Back in the day Driving Tests – Movie Extracts –and Links to Complete movies with Boattails.

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    Adam Martin
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    www.buickperformancegroup.com
    www.buickpartsdirectory.com
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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    I have a visor mirror that has, "Buick is a beauty too" on it. I always thought that was kinda cool. Not really memorabilia but I like it.
    David Butts(buick1030@aol.com)
    Middleburg Fl. (south of Jax)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzm0_...feature=g-hist <==== Smokey de tires

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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    Quote Originally Posted by David Butts View Post
    I have a visor mirror that has, "Buick is a beauty too" on it. I always thought that was kinda cool. Not really memorabilia but I like it.
    I really wish I kept the vanity mirror that was in the Roadhawk when I bought it. I know it didn't have that quote, but it did have something on it.
    John "Hutch" Skierka
    johnskierka@yahoo.com

    '70 Skylark Resto- Era correct street machine buildup; panel paint and all . . .
    '79 Roadhawk- 22,981 Miles ---Sold---
    '76 Motion Camaro Clone - Brother is now the owner

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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    Dad wrote this article for the Buick Bugle in 1980. BCA used it as their cover story for the May 1980 issue;
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    "Bulldog" James A. Miller

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    I have a radio that was built for Ed Mertz ( general manager of BMD) in the 80s-early 90s. It has the touch screen from the Reatta and the Bose system. It has been wired so the screen is functional .

    I am fortunate to live in the Flint area so I found lots of GOOD stuff
    Joe Taubitz
    37 Special coupe --455 powered
    40 Super convert restored
    69 Sportwagon
    72 GS455 convert
    92 Roadmaster wagon
    04 Rendezvous

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    Heck Joe.....your Buick pool/party room above your garage has more cool Buick trinkets than probably everyone on this website.....i'm not kidding folks......it's AWESOME !!!!!

    Peace WildBill
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    TOPCAT 1966 Wildcat GS 4-spd
    Buick X-code Aluminum 2x4alum.intake
    ????? 1966 Wildcat GS 455 Stg 1
    Gear Vendors OD-3.91posi rearend

    1987 Turbo-T (Kylie's car)

    W.O.T. Director of Vice

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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    Quote Originally Posted by David Butts View Post
    I have a visor mirror that has, "Buick is a beauty too" on it. I always thought that was kinda cool. Not really memorabilia but I like it.
    >>I have that same mirror in my Buick - love the quote and my wife finds it very useful when doing makup while in the Buick ;-)
    Chris Gullo
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    350-4bbl
    2.5" Magnaflow X-pipe N-25 exhaust
    3.23 Posi Rear
    Buick Super Sport wheels
    BPG #2034
    BCA #40234

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    A first addition of The Buick a complete history signed by Larry Gustin
    '64 Special - My angel, my all, my immortal beloved...


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    My Buick Wildcat Power dealership sign !




    Peace WildBill
    WildBill Burton
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykRZbOb1c5c

    TOPCAT 1966 Wildcat GS 4-spd
    Buick X-code Aluminum 2x4alum.intake
    ????? 1966 Wildcat GS 455 Stg 1
    Gear Vendors OD-3.91posi rearend

    1987 Turbo-T (Kylie's car)

    W.O.T. Director of Vice

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    COOL vintage porn.......











    And girly mags
    '64 Special - My angel, my all, my immortal beloved...


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    I have a Buick tri-shield hanging on my family room wall that was part of the 1970 Detroit Auto Show display.
    I'll have to take a photo of it, it's made of fiberglass I believe with painted plexiglas inlay's for the red/white/blue shield's.
    39 Studebaker Champion coupe Gasser project


    "I don't want more than anyone else, but I don't expect to settle for less"

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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    I think these would have to be it.
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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    Quote Originally Posted by Topcat View Post
    My Buick Wildcat Power dealership sign !




    Peace WildBill

    Now, THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKIN' ABOUT!!! This oozes coolness.
    John "Hutch" Skierka
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    '70 Skylark Resto- Era correct street machine buildup; panel paint and all . . .
    '79 Roadhawk- 22,981 Miles ---Sold---
    '76 Motion Camaro Clone - Brother is now the owner

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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Miller View Post
    I have a Buick tri-shield hanging on my family room wall that was part of the 1970 Detroit Auto Show display.
    I'll have to take a photo of it, it's made of fiberglass I believe with painted plexiglas inlay's for the red/white/blue shield's.
    Love to see this too!
    John "Hutch" Skierka
    johnskierka@yahoo.com

    '70 Skylark Resto- Era correct street machine buildup; panel paint and all . . .
    '79 Roadhawk- 22,981 Miles ---Sold---
    '76 Motion Camaro Clone - Brother is now the owner

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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    It sits on top of my Mac Tools tool box. Chris
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    Yardley
    2008 BPG Nationals BCO Race Champion
    2005 Muscle Car Eliminator Champion!
    Visit my webpage. I worked hard on it.
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    1969 Riviera GS Stage1 Clone 12.92@106MPH!!!!

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    Here is my piece of Buick Memorabilia, Very rare Coca-Cola ad from Motor Trend, April 1969
    It would be cool if you could find one of these cars!!
    Robert

    “When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them.”
    If it can't get there on it's own, leave it at home!!!

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    13.17 @ 105.25--U.S.13 Dragway, DE
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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    old buick parts has reproductions of those




    Vanity Mirror - Buick is a Beauty Too
    [VM549]
    $39.50

    Click to enlarge
    Vanity Mirror
    Exact reproduction that clips to the sunshade as original
    Glass is etched with Buick is a Beauty Too

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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    Thanks for the plug Bill


    I also have the banner that was over the street in Flint for the 1988 BCA National meet . it is hanging in the barn as it is 30+ feet long
    Joe Taubitz
    37 Special coupe --455 powered
    40 Super convert restored
    69 Sportwagon
    72 GS455 convert
    92 Roadmaster wagon
    04 Rendezvous

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    A Buick Neon sign from the 40s and a Prototype carb made by David Buick after he left GM, and signs from the Buick 100th Centennial
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    1970 GS 455 Convertible
    1972 Skylark Coupe
    1987 GNX #70
    2003 Thunderbird


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    Default Re: Your Coolest Piece of Buick Memorabilia

    It's not much, but it is original and useful too.
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    Thanks,
    Keith

    65 Skylark, 2 DrHt
    71 455 with a stout 200R4
    Original 60's Crager mags
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    Rear Boxed Control Arms
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