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Buick Bonanza

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ZL-1    160

I thought this was a gallery of a bunch of Buicks riding in the Ponderosa ranch! :smilewide:

Smart-ass comment aside, thanks for posting! :thumbsup:

I hope GM will honour Buick's immense history in future models. The Enclave is good indication that may happen, even if today's market demands a smaller lineup.

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wildcat    0

I always like viewing photos of a gathering of Buicks, and I had never before seen the interiors of the '51 LeSabre, '38 Y Job, and '00 Blackhawk concepts.

ehaase: Though I've most frequently seen the Buick GSX in yellow, the white one in photo #10 looked good, too! P.S. - Best regards to you!

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VenSeattle    8

Those were the five Buicks shipped in by GM for the Buick National in Bellevue. They must have taken the long way home.

I saw them at Registration on Wednesday, but I didn't have my camera then. They were already loaded up and departing when I arrived at the car show on Saturday. At least I saw them in person. Just wished I would have brought my camera with me to registration. :(

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I always loved that Buick Blackhawk since I saw it in 2000. It has that cherry/purple paint that I love so much, just like my Grand Prix GXP's purple haze color! I saved the pictures from this show so I can look at them whenever I want. Thanks for sharing!

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