Colleen Westerman fell for her “Little Red” Buick Special convertible the minute she saw it at a swap meet. The body and interior remain original, but she rebuilt the transmission and aluminum V-8 engine herself, with a bit of help from her husband and dad and says, “It's a happy little car now.”
Colleen Westerman fell for her “Little Red” Buick Special convertible the minute she saw it at a swap meet. The body and interior remain original, but she rebuilt the transmission and aluminum V-8 engine herself, with a bit of help from her husband and dad and says, “It's a happy little car now.” The Wichita Eagle
Colleen Westerman fell for her “Little Red” Buick Special convertible the minute she saw it at a swap meet. The body and interior remain original, but she rebuilt the transmission and aluminum V-8 engine herself, with a bit of help from her husband and dad and says, “It's a happy little car now.” The Wichita Eagle

Bringing back a Buick Special

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