#4822: Note the fine features on this new Buick!

Poser Modeling posted on Sep 26, 2022
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Comments (12)


RodS 8:19PM | Mon, 26 September 2022

Oh, that is a beauty! Sweet ride indeed! They both have nice, graceful curves! Sweet work, Bill.

Radar_rad-dude 8:54PM | Mon, 26 September 2022

Yes, for sure! I think the Monroe model has some very nice shapely gams! LOL! Thanks for noticing! Always a pleasure to get your impression.


bakapo 9:05PM | Mon, 26 September 2022

that's a fancy car and a fancy model... both look good.


tuvoc 9:24PM | Mon, 26 September 2022

That was a 1953 Buick. My first car was a 1952 Buick convertible, exactly like this one, except the taillights were a bit different at the back. It had a straight 8 engine, and Dynaflow transmission.

Radar_rad-dude 10:27PM | Mon, 26 September 2022

I did a google search on the 1952 Buick Skylark convertible. It was interesting in that I could only fine one photo of it. Everything else seems to indicate that 1953 was the first year for the Skylark convertible. But the one photo that I did find sure validates your description of the 1952. It certainly had different taillights. From what was written with the picture, it sounded like the 1952 was a concept car. I wonder if you had a very rare car? Many thanks for the comment! I greatly appreciate you sharing your experience with me and opening up my horizon to the Buick history!


uncollared 6:57AM | Tue, 27 September 2022

I like the color combination


miwi 8:16AM | Tue, 27 September 2022

Beautiful car very nicely presented!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Leije 12:55PM | Tue, 27 September 2022

I like this red and shiny old car, well presented !


tuvoc 9:45PM | Tue, 27 September 2022

Hi, mine was a 1952 Bucik Roadmaster. They looked identical, except for the taillights. It may no have had that chrome strip on the side between the 2 colors, but that's only decoration. My car was, in every sense of the word, a carbon copy in the general appearance. It was a heavy car, with real thick steel that rang when you hit it. The straight 8 also only got 8 mpg in town, 1 gallon per cylinder I guess), but it's one of those cars that just sticks in your heart. Mine was dark blue convertible.

Radar_rad-dude 10:31PM | Tue, 27 September 2022

I had a grade school teacher that said she had an old 1948 Buick. She loved that car. Drove it all over on gravel roads. She said even driving on gravel roads, you could take your hands off the wheel and it would just go charging down the road, straight as a arrow, so solid and dependable!


mifdesign 10:31PM | Tue, 27 September 2022

Outstanding glamorous composition, amazing atmosphere and lighting, gorgeous FX, brilliant awesome render.
Magnificent Masterpiece of Finest Arts. I love it!

OmniFX 9:15PM | Wed, 28 September 2022

Fantastic car and cool color. I really like convertible vehicles. Excellent!


CoolDimension 1:51AM | Thu, 29 September 2022

Beautiful and stylish work! Great job on this;


STEVIEUKWONDER 2:36AM | Thu, 29 September 2022

She's got nice legs and the car just sets this scene magnificently! eBots are not true to form. There are THREE postings here and I didn't get a notification on them!


donnena 4:54PM | Sun, 02 October 2022

Super fun car!

Radar_rad-dude 5:11PM | Sun, 02 October 2022

Many thanks for the comment, my good friend! Very much appreciated!

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