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Buick XP-300 : 1951

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1951 Buick XP-300. (source: GM)

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1951 Buick XP-300. (source: GM)

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1951 Buick XP-300 ad. (source: GM)

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areopagitica1766 days ago

As a seven year old in 1954 I received the christmas gift of a big blue stout plastic model of this car that had operating headlights switched on from the cockpit. and wheels that unbolted with a hex wrench. The hood opened as well. I think Ideal made it, and together with with the metal pumper fire engine and a Duesenberg with operating pistons in a transparent engine my play hours were fulfilled for the next year.

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