What not to miss the weekend of August 17th

Discussion in 'Buick Events and Clubs' started by Cutlass, Aug 2, 2019.

  1. Cutlass

    Cutlass Platinum Level Contributor

    I will be in Michigan the week of August 12th, including the weekend.

    Will there be any Buick-related activities during Woodward?
    Anything particular I should not miss during Buicks on the Bricks on August 17th?

    Any suggestion is welcome.

    Thanks, Ralf
  2. alleyyooper

    alleyyooper Well-Known Member

    Lots of activitys in Flint, includeing. a drive in movie, a cruise from Flint to Grnd Blanc, and a consert down town even .

    :D Al
  3. Cutlass

    Cutlass Platinum Level Contributor

    Will there be an admission fee for Buick’s on the Bricks?
  4. alleyyooper

    alleyyooper Well-Known Member

    No admission other than having a Classic Buick to arrive in.
    Failing to have a classic Buick to arrive in your welcome to come and stroll water street and the ajoining parking lots. May if you wish cross over the bridge and walk Saginaw Street and see the hundreds of Non and a few Buicks even parked there. There are lots off Saginaw street with displays of Model A and T Ford era cars, other lots will have Gassers and dragesters on display also.
    It is a free week end for those displaying and viewing some fine classic cars and trucks.

    :D Al
    Last edited: Aug 16, 2019
  5. Cutlass

    Cutlass Platinum Level Contributor

    Well, my GS was not allowed as second piece of luggage, so it had to stay in Germany. My rental (Chevy Tahoe) is US-made and GM, though. I hope that qualifies as well.
    Thanks for the reply!
  6. alleyyooper

    alleyyooper Well-Known Member

    You will have to park the Tahoe in one of the spectator lots.

    Stop by and say hi when you get on water street. If we are not with the car check back a couple times. I take pictures.

    :D Al
  7. Roberta

    Roberta Buick Berta

    There's also a "Built in Flint" Feature car display, Buicks and Chevrolets on the Flat Lot at Saginaw and Kearsley St as was as lots of auto vendors and food plus lots of cars on Saginaw St, Corvettes on the north side of the bridge and a car corral(for sale cars) at Court and Saginaw.
  8. Cutlass

    Cutlass Platinum Level Contributor

    Will do, please excuse my ignorance, but which car should I look for?
  9. Cutlass

    Cutlass Platinum Level Contributor

    6AD10033-A056-4F45-B137-B8906FF8BC03.jpeg Hi Al, sorry I missed you. I was looking at the windows signs of the cars, but couldn’t find one saying “owner Al .....” Where did you display your car? Right on Water Street, or in the parking lot?
    Well, I was able to meet “Wally pep”,who restored the GS I bought last year, about 10 years ago. Today he displayed his red 455 in that parking lot. A very nice guy!
    Overall, it was a very nice event and I was surprised how many cars have been displayed and how many spectators visited, in particular with Woodward Dream Cruise on the same day.
    I attach one picture for the “big car fans”
  10. alleyyooper

    alleyyooper Well-Known Member

    I parked right on water street we were there at 5:45 AM anbd the west corner was right behind us.

    Looked some thing like this and does have my wife and my name on the upper left had corner sheet.


    We had a great time and walked up on Saginaw street from about 9:30 till 11:00 then I had enough of that fun.
    three of the Buick Rives belong to the sisters. they had the fourth one there also one row back.
    The first Brown one, the red one skip the tan one they don't know who that was and thre blue one in the front row.
    The other brown one is behind the blue one.


    :D Al

    :D Al
  11. siemensreeby

    siemensreeby Guest

    this wasnt what I expected, and I gotta say, for a second there I thought the interior of the Firebird was a Grand National I picked up a JVC DD-7. Ill get some pictures up a little later

Share This Page