Jun 8, 2007

THE Buick

When I adopted my 1989 Buick a couple of years ago I was thrilled to have a car, but seriously doubted that the Buick was really my style. Funny what time does, because in a completely predictable fashion I've bonded with my automobile and have whole-heartedly embraced our Harold and Maude pairing. A short film surrounding my car is once again in the works.  The last time was in the summer of 2006 for the short road movie I made, Educated Detours. I won't give away anymore at the moment, but in the meantime, here's a brief photo collage to showcase the current state of the aging, but much loved, Buick. 



5 comments :

Anonymous said...

I loved it. As I had a full on love affair with my Cavalier, also known affectionately as Rumbler, I literally sat down and cried for like 20 minutes last week when I sold it. I should have got you to make a cool video of my car for the memories. Ps. I love the effects that make the car look like its dancing... perfection my friend.

Anonymous said...

Cripes... I keep forgetting to add my name... but you know who it is... lol... smelly b

Anonymous said...

Yeah, my Grand Am's given me a lot of trouble and costs over the years, so it's hard to have the same affection for it. Especially with Diet Coke stains everywhere nowadays in it.

Like the previous person, no need to identify myself.

Nettie said...

Oh Buick, so many times you sneakily locked me out on a cold winter day and then snickered elegantly to yourself at my expense :P

Tez said...

I am reminded of my first car - a Fiat ute (pickup) in fire engine red. Nice!! I burned the engine out and cracked the engine block as I didn't know you had to put water into it. In my defence, it didn't have temperature gauge. Fitted all my surfboards in the back. The radio had a way cool tape deck that required some fancy moves to eject the tape. If only it had fuel injection.