Puyallup Buick show pics 2013

Discussion in 'BCA Events' started by red67wildcat, Jun 22, 2013.

  1. red67wildcat

    red67wildcat Well-Known Member

  2. dukec

    dukec Platinum Level Contributor

    Great pictures Roy!
    Thanks for posting them.
    Looks like it was the biggest ever.
    Sorry I missed it.
  3. 65specialconver

    65specialconver kennedy-bell MIA

    Really wish I could have made it,the pictures are great Roy.But it's not the same as being there.:bglasses: This is one time I miss living in Renton.:laugh: Who's blue 64 convertible from Idaho?
  4. red67wildcat

    red67wildcat Well-Known Member

    Not the biggest but close
    Yea looks like Ill have to wait another month to see the 67 :ball:

    Names Dave out of Troy Idaho him and his Brother and parents make the drive every year each with a different car, He said it rained all the way over on Friday , His brother drove the yellow 58 convertible this year
    I know I have it somewhere Jamie but email me your address and Ill get shirt and stuff shipped this week
  5. cjp69

    cjp69 Platinum Level Contributor

    Dave Gludt. He and his brother Doug and their families make the trek over from Lewiston and Troy every year, RAIN or SHINE! They usually come on Friday and go back on Sunday. :pp

    Thanks for posting (and taking) the pics Roy!!!!
  6. 65specialconver

    65specialconver kennedy-bell MIA

    Yeah I know,I totally wussed out.I've made that drive 20+ times in the last 10 years.It's just flat out boring & sucks in the rain by myself...
    Thanks Roy!
  7. Eric

    Eric Founders Club Member

    Pea soup fog on the way up, but...great weather...lots of beautiful Buicks...great breakfast (less the OJ)...great friends...and great fun in the "other" car!
    Did Doug get the "Neon"?

    GSX-Eric :3gears:
  8. ken buchanan

    ken buchanan Well-Known Member

  9. Rivman

    Rivman Senior Ottawa Buick Guy

    Quite a collection of nice Buicks, thanks for sharing Roy !! :TU:
  10. GS455Coupe

    GS455Coupe Silver Level contributor

    Roy, Nice job with the pix but you missed a really gorgeous '70 GS convert in black that has a lowered front end and fab brakes and wheels. (Humility doesn't become you or your car!) Feel free to post a few of the ones I sent you as I am disaster when it comes to computers. That is a really nice looking ride! :TU: Phil
  11. rogbo

    rogbo Gold Level Contributor

    What does Puyallup mean, and Indian word of some sort,
    like many days rain?
  12. red67wildcat

    red67wildcat Well-Known Member

    But there was a much nicer black car then mine there that day.
    ok Phil
    Ill put one here as a testament to you wonderful ability to take great pictures of a 20 ft car :laugh:and add them all to the photo bucket pics. Glad you made it this year

    Indian yes this year it ment perfect weather though not rain
    Buick Show 025.jpg
  13. exodus

    exodus STAGING

    Are there plans in the works for this event in 2014?

  14. cjp69

    cjp69 Platinum Level Contributor

    Yes, June 21, 2014, same place and time.
  15. exodus

    exodus STAGING

    Sweet, is this at the fairgrounds? I live in Puyallup so I am local.

  16. cjp69

    cjp69 Platinum Level Contributor

    Not at the fairgrounds, not that big of a show. :>)

    it is downtown, part of the Meeker Days Festival that is held that weekend.
  17. exodus

    exodus STAGING

    Oh ok either way I am down to come and meet some fellow buick owners. My car is by no means perfect or restored, it is however a low mile survivor. Would it fit in?

  18. cjp69

    cjp69 Platinum Level Contributor

    It will fit in just fine Chris. And hopefully you will get a chance to meet some us fellow Buick owners before then!:TU:
  19. Eric

    Eric Founders Club Member

    Chris...If it's a Buick it will fit in!

    Eric :3gears:
  20. exodus

    exodus STAGING

    Ok cool. Wasn't sure since its a "show" ya know? Paints original and sunbaked ect...so figured asking was good so I didnt feel like I shouldn't have brought it.

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