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    My Buick Invicta

    Hi guys so my new '61 Buick Invicta will shortly be in transit over the pond from the states to me in the UK, I'll post up more pics when she arrives but uber excited!
    Would be great to see some fellow Invicta's for inspiration, I'm hoping to custom the rear lights, exhaust and lower the front (any ideas on best method of doing this would be appreciated).


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    Like that very much. The stance looks just right.
    Nuttier than squirrel shit

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    My favourite bubbletop from 61 & rarer than an impala, good choice .RAY A

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    Thanks guys I have some subtle changes planned - apparently there’s only a handful of these in the whole of Europe

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    Awesome car., love it,.....I would have to lose the "Fresh outta Compton" wheels though , just so wrong IMO.

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    Looks nice , good choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougarv8 View Post
    Awesome car., love it,.....I would have to lose the "Fresh outta Compton" wheels though , just so wrong IMO.
    I totally agree. Regular caps on these really make them stand out. Rare car. Had a chance to buy a 61 convertible last year but no place to store it. (A runner at $2500)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougarv8 View Post
    Awesome car., love it,.....I would have to lose the "Fresh outta Compton" wheels though , just so wrong IMO.
    Agree x 2. Those wheels would be "straight inna skip" if it were mine. Each to his own, I suppose. Lovely car though, good luck with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay Bryant View Post
    . Had a chance to buy a 61 convertible last year but no place to store it. (A runner at $2500)
    LOL I would have put the fkr in my bedroom and slept in the street at that price

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    Straight in a skip lol am I right in saying wheel pcd is 5x127? If so wheels over here in the UK are rare as rocking horse s*** I wouldn’t mind replacing with some chunky white walls and wires or hubs if I could source some.
    For one of these in running ‘good’ condition what’s the market value in states? I have no idea haven’t seen any advertised.

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