z. Interesting websites & stuff

Updated 23.11.16. Let me know if a link does not work please.

Not always to do with Buick, but I sometimes find stuff that should be shared with the world-

http://www.vinandvet.eu/            prewar motorcycles

http://www.vintagebearings.co.uk/           bearings for old cars & motorcycles.

http://vintagebearings.co.uk/vintage-classic-oil  classic & vintage oil supplies

http://myvintagebicycles.wordpress.com// my vintage bicycle pages

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNMF7_eN38g More toys, my stationary engines

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVbolACmhvI  Ruston is on loan from Loughborough Ted.

These 2 are worth another look-



and this one-

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=1_kwxzU4wL4&vq=medium great Ferrari video

http://www.flickr.com/photos/drmoores/sets/256119/show/  nice photos of old Margate. Can’t see my Buick unfortunately.


New video Feb 14 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=1464829227064561&set=vb.1433783596835791&type=2&theater

one of my favourite places, Claymills Pumping Station. Well worth a visit.

http://www.prewarcar.com                       the best old car site.

http://www.vintagebearings.co.uk/           bearings for old cars & motorcycles.

http://forums.aaca.org/forum/60-buick-pre-war/      excellent AACA forum for pre-war Buick info

http://s633.photobucket.com/albums/uu53/humber349/1928%20Buick/#!cpZZ1QQtppZZ24                    my Buick photos 26.11.11 in no particular order and no     descriptions

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYvMdH9KCYA    great 1928 Buick video

My 1928 Buick video –

6 Responses to z. Interesting websites & stuff

  1. Tom Gilbert says:

    Good afternoon Sir

    Just stumbled across your blog. I have a 1928 Sport Roadster in working order. Let me know if you would like any info/pictures to assist you. I am Downunder.

    Kind Regards

    Tom Gilbert

  2. 1928buick says:

    Thanks tom. The next job is the carb linkages and the foot pedals & controls. These all came loose in a box, so any info and photos would be appreciated. I presume your Buick is right hand drive like mine? Phil

  3. Tom Gilbert says:

    Thats right Phil, RHD. The carb is origial except we don’t run the heat control. I will take some pics. I think there is a Marvel carb book available from Bob’s Automobilia.
    With regard to the “controls” do you mean thosae on the steering wheel?


  4. ken says:

    hi just reading your notes on r/h drive buick rebuild,if it helps I have got a 1928 buick McLaughlin seven seat sedan known in uk as the Pullman limousine.call me if you need to take pics of anything regs ken

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