Sure that 54 cadillac is different of Buick 55?Only gears,piniongear,house of all bearings,and in sweden kronhjul.The big gear riveted in house.?Give me the right advice for my friend ho has a broken axle.Sorry of bad spelling.Stubbe in Sweden.
Hi Tom, thanks for your input on my continuing Buick saga.
Interested in your opinions on the open drive conversion process.
I have seen torque tubes converted with some short trailing arms.
I wonder if it would bind up during cornering, etc.
Curious what you want for the 61 center as well.
My plan is to visit the pick a part yard tomorrow but we've been getting snow all day and it continues.....
thanks for letting me join, i just started a restoration on a 66 buick wildcat with the 401 nailhead.
i have never worked on a nailhead before so any tricks or things to watch for is much appreciated.
Hello i am still working whith electronics in my workshop.I have also pension from sweden.Intressed of Buicks,Indian,Harley motorcycles but the biggest motorcycle i own is a Kärnan whit 120cc Husqvarnamotor.Year 1950,and a Dkw 98cc from 1938.And some mopeds.Svenna.
Im still a Buickfriend whit my Lady 56c.Running many "mil"not miles this summer.No problems and a nice ride as all the summers before for 40 years.My wife enjoys the rides here in Sweden.But now it is time to get the Lady to sleep for winter and dream about next ride next summer.Cheers all Buickfriends.Stubbe in Sweden.
Hello Buickfriends.I am still the same guy a old man working still whit electronics.And have joi whit my Buick 54 and my Wife also.Where to a meeting for only Buicks in Sweden this weekend ,76 Buicks in Skokloster sunny wheather and many nice people.A ride from Ludvika about 45mil/not miles we have kilometres.Nice to be back in Team Buick.Stubbe in Sweden..
Hi Todd. You supplied me with belt line molding part numbers a year or more ago for a 75 Century wagon. LR 9620809, RR9620808, LF9673655 and RF9673654. Will these for sure fit my car ? $500 plus shipping is a lot to spend if they won't fit. Thanks in advance. Mick
I have a 73 Buick Centurion 4 door hardtop that I brought with me to NZ from Australia.
My car is right hand drive however, when it was converted, they ran a bar type arrangement (chain and cog setup) across the firewall linking into the steering arm and steering box which is located on the left hand side of the vehicle. While it was legal in Australia, NZ won't comply my car until all steering is direct t
Working on 65 Super Wildcat as seen on Buick.net when Robert Stern (Dual Qwad) was the proud owner.
Sadly Robert and his brother Aaron have passed away. I have both 65's Robert had collected and think of him every
time I work on the cars. RIP Aaron and Robert. Regards, Ted
Hello Jacob! I stumbled across your post about using a Jag suspension on uour Buick. I've got a '47 Roadie, an XJ6, and an LS engine in my garage, and plan to put them all together for a nice driving restomod. Do you have any details of your swap that you can share? I'm told that the Jag IFS and IRS can be made to "bolt in" the Buick frame for a great driving cruiser. If that's all true, I should be in great shape. On the otherhand, I don't want to create a Frankenstein monster.
Thanks in advance for any guidance you can provide.
All the best,
Hi ‘37’ Buick. Is that your engine ? In the pix ? Not your average engine. I had a ‘37’ coupe for about 2 years but it was to nice for me. Sold it to a guy in PA. Bought a ‘35’ Vicky. That goes with my ‘38’ coupe. Thats my traveling car. Over drive makes it roadable. Even the 3.90 rear is to slow for todays highways. I cruise 65 mph in my ‘38’ w/ OD.