“Brownie” is in good condition, but hasn’t been driven much for many years, so it’s time for someone else to get some enjoyment out of her. She still runs good, but will probably need a few things in the years ahead in order to be in tip-top condition. One thing for sure is vacuum hoses to the heating unit flaps, as they haven’t worked for several years--it’s stuck on heat, which still works quite well.
Harry C Clark, 150 S Long Beach Blvd, Compton, CA was the Buick dealer who sold the car to Cecil Gordon of 1825 McMillan, Compton, CA, on February 15, 1969. I don’t know when Cecil and his wife moved to Arizona, but they lived at 7108 W Wanda Lynn Lane, Peoria, AZ by August 1981, and still lived there when I bought the car from him on May 21, 2002. It had 137,111 miles on it then.
My wife had the seats re-upholstered within a year or two of me buying it. It has had a car cover on it for most of its time here in Montana, the result being that because of that and where it came from, there is only a very small amount of surface rust under some scratches in the paint, and on the inside of the trunk lid. The pictures show that. Cecil called the color Wildcat Gold, but it sure looks brown to me, hence the nickname “Brownie”.