Lou Balough's 1956 Buick

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The Buick as it appeared when it was advertised for sale in September of 2019.

1956 Buick owned by Lou Balough. Balough was a member of the Motor City Car Club of Oshawa, and the car was restyled by Harry Sherry.[1]

Advertised for sale in Quebec

In September of 2019 the car popped up for sale in Quebec, Canada. The car was found in a barn where it had been stored for decades and the motor was stuck. The seller didn't know anything about its history, but modifications included canted quad headlights, rolled pans, and an asymmetrical rear license plate.[2]


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