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Busflyer

07-21-2021 19:58:29




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I know its not a tractor but Im hoping someone can ID this car. Family video from 1953.




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4play

07-22-2021 21:10:04




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Adjusted for inflation, It looks like a lot of today's vehicles cost around the same



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Busflyer

07-22-2021 15:31:43




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Thanks to everyone!



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Bill(Wis)

07-22-2021 08:57:21




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 Re: Off topic ID in reply to Busflyer, 07-21-2021 19:58:29  
The double taillights on each side, spaced the way they are, identify it as a 1953 Buick Roadmaster Model 79R. Base price of $4030.00, 322 cu in Fireball V8 making 188 HP and 300 ft-lbs of torque. 121.5 inch wheelbase and weighing in at 4100. Cars in those days cost about a dollar a pound.



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Brian G. NY

07-22-2021 07:01:20




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By the shape of the taillights, I would say a '52 or '53.



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Determined

07-22-2021 06:56:56




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Based on the tail lights it's a 1953 Buick Roadmaster.



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WalJohn

07-22-2021 04:11:03




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 Re: Off topic ID in reply to Busflyer, 07-21-2021 19:58:29  
1950 Buick Roadmaster per Wikipedia



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Yukon3639

07-21-2021 20:29:57




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Buick.



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grayrider

07-22-2021 03:03:06




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Yep, its a Buick, probably about 1950 model



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BAnNC

07-22-2021 03:30:57




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