Neil Emory's 1940 Buick

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1940 Buick Super Sedan owned by Neil Emory of Valley Custom shop in Burbank, California. Running a custom shop and raising 3 young boys, Neil had not much time to work on his own cars, so his son Gary remembers him spending a few hours a week on the Buick around 1949/1950. The car was lowered, nose , and decked, and fit with a 1949 Mercury grille and opening. It was powered by a newer Chevrolet Stovebolt 6.[1]


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