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22 Buick by QuanticChaos1000 22 Buick by QuanticChaos1000
My 1937 CCM Cleavland leaning against my 1922 Buick American 4 touring!

The bike has been in the family for the last 30 years, it was rescued from the dump!

The car was rescued from being crushed in 2005, it was far too good and far too rare to let be destroyed!

here are more shots of the Buick.



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:iconnoneofurbussiness:
Amazing what some people just wastefully throw away
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QuanticChaos1000 Mar 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
It always blows me away that someone will toss something obviously of value rather then give it away or sell it.
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Exactly, I know of a guy who bought a house from an elderly master craftsman and left him a lifetime worth of tools. Rare ones, unique one, thousands of dollars worth. He didn't want to deal with it and just threw them out.
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awesome shot of an awesome car

i collect old bikes i have an old pashley post bike and a 1920's bsa racer with resilion cantilever brakes
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GrauerWolf Aug 29, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
*sigh* i want this car. Y__Y,
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QuanticChaos1000 Aug 29, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
I wonder what it would take to ship a car like this to Germany legally?

I am in Canada and have a 59 Chevrolet Suburban limo in USA that I am trying to get into my country legally right now... what a pain it's been so far!
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GrauerWolf Aug 30, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
I know what you mean.
Thought about such a thing many times.
Cant you just drive it up there?
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QuanticChaos1000 Aug 30, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Mine is'nt mobile yet, but I have thought about that too... but it would have to be registered somewhere to have licence plates, so it's just a different problem then, if it were registered in the US it would be strange that a Canadian was driving it across the border, and then if I was to first register it in Canada I need to have it here to do that! :dead:

Here are a few shots of it in my gallery: [link] [link] [link]
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GrauerWolf Aug 30, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
Holy shit, i need to come to the USA to buy one of such cars...
Thats a dream man!!!

hmmm... how about taking it home on a truck?
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QuanticChaos1000 Aug 30, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Getting it home to Canada is not an issue, it's legally getting it over the US/Canada border that is the problem, they don't just let you buy cars and bring them over anymore, the americans have made it very hard to do any kind of buisness over the border these days...
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