Cool but sad car pic

Discussion in 'Classic Buicks' started by tubecatgs, Mar 14, 2020.

  1. Nailhead in a 1967

    Nailhead in a 1967 Kell-Mnown Wember

    But not the same holes in the front for the turning signals...:cool:

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  2. WQ59B

    WQ59B Well-Known Member

    Last edited: Feb 6, 2021
  3. telriv

    telriv Founders Club Member

    More than likely an added on accessory as everything else seems to match.
     
  4. John Codman

    John Codman Platinum Level Contributor

    My mother bought a "leftover" '49 Plymouth new in 1950. It did not have directional signals when she took delivery. It was back at the dealer the next week to have aftermarket signals installed. The dealer did a great job and we never had any directional signal (or really any other trouble) with the car. I passed my driver's license test in it. BTW: In 1960 for the test, the applicant was still required to use hand signals for turns and stopping in Massachusetts.
     
  5. Jim Weise

    Jim Weise 1000+HP

    In the summer of 1983 when I took my drivers test, here in MN we were required to use hand signals for a portion of the test, to insure that we knew them. Instructor would say "use you arm to signal a turn (or stop), at some point during the road test.

    Not sure if this is still true.

    JW
     

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