75 Buick Century

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Hey you've done a good job on that Buick, that wasn't an easy task, just maybe the body surrounding the rear taillights that was more "flat" or aligned with them ( I'm not sure if I'm clear here... :unsure: ) B)

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Nice build, really nice work..

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Wow, alot of work nicely done.

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Great save, little known variant. Very nice.

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Very nice conversion and salvage of an obviously heavily damaged Cutlass.

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Very nice conversion and salvage of an obviously heavily damaged Cutlass.

did not want to throw it into the trash :D

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did not want to throw it into the trash :D

Very nice and cool!... I always wanted to convert one into a Pontiac Grand Am....love those cars! Nice save for a car that would have been just parts.

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Very nice and cool!... I always wanted to convert one into a Pontiac Grand Am....love those cars! Nice save for a car that would have been just parts.

...grand am? , nice idea :D

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Dude! Awesome resurrection!

Nice job saving that very rarely seen kit. My brother would also be pleased as punch; he loves his '70s cars! (Oddly, he's my YOUNGER brother, and I love 80s cars... weird...).

You did a tonne of work, and it looks nice!

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Grzegorz - This has got to be your finest conversion ! While I certainly admire all of your work , it is this one which truly hit the mark !

It would be nice to see this cast as a "trans-kit" !

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Sharp...by the way, the current issue of Collectible Automobile mag has a nice article on the '73-77 Century and Regal..

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Nice job on that. For a real challenge, I'd like to see someone do a Century 4-door with the goofy lock setup and the super-long integrated pontoon fenders.

Oh, and someone to say "Who loves ya, baby?" wouldn't hurt, either!

Charlie Larkin

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Grzegorz - This has got to be your finest conversion ! While I certainly admire all of your work , it is this one which truly hit the mark !

It would be nice to see this cast as a "trans-kit" !

I also would have wanted.Thanks :D

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Nice job on that. For a real challenge, I'd like to see someone do a Century 4-door with the goofy lock setup and the super-long integrated pontoon fenders.

Oh, and someone to say "Who loves ya, baby?" wouldn't hurt, either!

Charlie Larkin

...Be patient :D

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Nice re-build, well done B)

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Nice save/conversion!!! B)

Used one of those for a "terminal" car back when I was driving truck OTR! Of course mine had huge rust issues! :lol:

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Nice all around.

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Thanks, I am curious if one day will be the 74 buick resin kit :D

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Good job

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Nice conversion is there an engine in there??

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Nice conversion is there an engine in there??

No there is no engine, built in johan cutlass promo .Thanks

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