Woo-hoo! Not just a Colonnade but my all time favorite Colonnade the '73 Century. Had one when I was 20 and miss it to this day. This car, the '72 Malibu from last week and the 71 Olds 98 the week before would be all the car collection I'd ever need. Unless y'all can dig up a 69 Galaxie 500 someplace ;)Note the Nader bumper in front but regular bumper in the back- it's a 1973 allright
The Buick – it's something I can kind of appreciate nowadays but definitely took for granted in the past. General Motors seemed to design their Buick's with a certain distinctive look, it can be found on the side profile with the swooping line. I want to say ( picture1) I love that White House in the background with all the stuff inside the windows. (Pictures 1 & 4) the old green house that needs a paint job is appreciated-nowadays. I also love that old little window as well, this window in picture number four is the first window right after the porch. Picture number one has a more close up version of the little window.
love seeing a buick without portholes in the front fender. this thing has so much going for it.yes, those big old run-down houses... countdown to gentrification in 3, 2, 1...
One beautiful land yacht in a beautiful setting. Great to see a Buick without portholes on the front fenders, as Tony said.
Love seeing the old American iron. Ahhhh the 70's...growing up in the rustbelt, in the shadow of multiple GM factories. The factories are gone now but (some) of the cars live on!
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