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One Thing Leads To Another

Removal of instrument panel and repair of gauges in 1941 Buick Roadmaster. Tools, techniques, recommendations. Photos too! Continue reading

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Of Mice and Buicks

Some years ago shortly after purchasing theĀ ’41 Buick Roadmaster I noticed that it had a rather unpleasant odor. It was something different from the typical ‘old car’ fragrance. My temporary response was to stick an air freshener to the dash. … Continue reading

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Westinghouse WR-8, The Columaire

Hobbies for me are a sort of hot and cold thing. I jump in all eager and ready to achieve great feats of creativity and discovery. This ‘hot’ stage is followed by the ‘accumulation’ stage in which I collect all … Continue reading

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