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GM Day at Panthers, April 2014
GM Day at Panthers, April 2014
All the Buick?s at GM Day this year
See the photos and read the story in menu item "Buick News".
Click on the title "088 - GM Day at Panthers, April 2014"
Posted 06/2014
Run to Alpaca Farm & Mt Tomah Botanical Gardens, May 2014
Great day out and beautiful Autumn scenery.
See the photos and read the story in menu item "Buick News".
Click on the title "089 - Club Outing to the Alpaca Farm & Mt Tomah Botanical Gardens, May 2014"

Posted 06/2014
East Coast Meet, 2013 - Nambucca Heads
What a great event, it had everything Buick!
Read the comments and enjoy the photos, all 420 of them sorted into eight article groups in menu item ?Buick News? Select from these.
080a - ECM 2013, The Buicks
080b - ECM 2013 Rear View
080c - ECM 2013 Buickites
080d - ECM 2013 Bowraville
080e - ECM 2013 On the Road
080f - ECM 2013 Nambucca Street Display
080g - ECM 2013 Dinners & Awards
080h - ECM 2013 Beautiful Nambucca

Posted 10/2013
What?s new! These stories recently added
Buick Club Christmas Party 2013
Go to Menu Item ?Buick News? and scroll down to 083 - Buick Club Christmas Party 2013
Australia Day CARnivale
Go to Menu Item ?Buick News? and scroll down to
084 - Australia Day CARnivale, Sydney, January2014

February Brekkie Run to Mulgoa, 2014
Go to Menu Item ?Buick News? and scroll down to
085 - February Brekkie Run to Mulgoa, 2014

Fashion To Go With Your Buick
Go to Menu Item ?Buick News? and scroll down to
086 - Fashion To Go With Your Buick

Posted 03/2014
1923 - Lowell Thomas ?Into Forbidden Afghanistan in a Buick?
Lowell Thomas was an American writer, broadcaster, adventurer and traveler, perhaps best known as the man who made Lawrence of Arabia famous. Look him up on Wikipedia, his is an interesting story.
In 1923 Thomas succeeded in obtaining permission to travel into Afghanistan to make a documentary film of this forbidden country. His trip started by entering through the Khyber Pass in his newly acquired 1923 Buick Six tourer. General Motors Export Co. published the story of this adventure in the magazine ?The Motor in Australia? on September 1, 1924. You can read this article (with photographs) by clicking here - Lowell Thomas in Afghanistan.pdf
This article will remain available for access in Menu Item, ?Buick Stories? when the ?Home Page? is refreshed.

Posted 12/2012
Picture of the moment - No 80
Australian Cricketers in the Marquette 1929
Rob Burt sent us this 1929 press promotional photograph, thank you Rob for sharing this rare image from Buick?s Australian history.
The driver of the brand new Marquette roadster is Mr G. Burt, a well known W.A. cricket player and Rob?s grandfather. The passenger is Mr A. Hurwood one of the Queensland players in the Australian Cricket Eleven. Mr Hurwood is also a member of the sales department of the Brisbane branch of General Motors (Australia) Pty. Ltd., who, at the time was visiting GMA at their Cottesloe Beach Assembly Plant in Perth, Western Australia.
Posted 06/2014
Members Meet on Third Thursday - Visitors Welcome
Start Time 8pm and our meetings are held at the Veteran Car Club of Australia,? 134 Queens Road,? Five Dock?

Posted 05/2013
Now an AUSTRALIAN Buick Book
Buick - The Australian Story
A ?MUST READ? for all Buick enthusiasts and readers with a special interest in GM?s early Australian history.

With the Foreword by former Holden Public Affairs Manager, Marcus McInnes

Buick, the affordable car to aspire to. Favoured by Australians from the man in the street and the motor enthusiast through to Prime Ministers and ultimately the Govenor General. This is Buick?s Australian history from its introduction here prior to General Motors, through its period of immense popularity in the 1920s to becoming the Doctor and General manager?s car in the 1930s and 1940s and finally the enthusiast?s and collector?s car in later years. Buick was General Motors main product and cash cow in Australia until the mid 1920s, therefore Buick?s Australian history is virtually inseparable from GM?s early Australian history. This story provides an in depth insite into GM?s entry and establishment in Australia prior to WW II and the introduction of the Holden car.

Written in chronological format covering Buicks presence and impact in Australia from the very early 1900?s through to the present day. The text in lay terms covers Buick models, how Buicks were sold, who sold them and who bought them. There are many stories of epic Buick travel, particularly in the vintage and veteran years together with Buick?s unique Australian designed and built body styles and purpose built work and professional cars. This 457 page story is illustrated with 750 B&W photographs (many period pictures), plus 450 other images including early advertising and sales literature. 

Published in association with the Buick Car Club of Australia Inc. in NSW., it is available only on direct purchase. 
eMail enquiries to - 
phone enquiries (02) 6772 1555 or (02) 9629 7957 
Price - AUD$65 plus $15, P&P (Australia only) - Mastercard & Visa accepted through PayPal only
Also available in the USA on line in both print and eBook formats at "". ?Go to "books" and enter the word "Buick".
Posted 01/2013
Open to all Buick owners and enthusiasts.
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Posted 11/2009
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