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On display at Buick Gallery is the 1953 GM Futureliner No. 10, restored to its original condition. It is owned by the National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States (NATMUS) located in Auburn, Ind.

Futurliner parks at Buick Gallery

Buick Gallery update: Business back to normal with Truck & Bus exhibit FLINT, Mich. – A car crashing into their building this summer did not keep the Sloan Museum’s Buick Gallery down for long. The Gallery was closed for seven days for repairs and reopened for Back to the Bricks on Saturday, Aug. 17....

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Buick find: Gear head buys his ‘first love’

Almost every collector remembers the first car they drove, or the first car that brought them into the hobby as a kid. Very few of those collectors have the chance to own one of those special cars from their past, but count Leonard Anderson among the lucky few who owns the car that was...

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Beautiful Buick needs year identification

From reader Deanna Coffey: Could someone help me with the year of my great-uncle’s Buick?  I keep looking at old Buick pictures, but it doesn’t quite fit the look of the ones I’ve seen.  I believe it is between 1912/1918, and was a 5 passenger.  The ones I’ve found close to it either has...

Upholstery professional D. Chase begins removing the convertible top of a 1984 Buick Riviera, noting how the top was originally installed in order to reinstall it in the same manner. The location of holes, staples, studs and glue are all noted and photographed.

Tip-top convertible roof installation

Not all cars are equal, nor are their convertible tops. No-frills cars are likely to have relatively simple tops, but luxury cars often have more complicated tops, such as the roof covering on the featured 1984 Buick Riviera convertible. Installing one of these tops is no easy task, so replacement of this top was...