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Offline Weldar

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Front fender emblem
« on: May 23, 2017, 09:23:29 PM »
Took the emblem off and this was underneath. Kinda interesting to me. Still somewhat pliable and looks like conduit sealing putty. I believe this to be from original assembly.

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Offline elagache

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Did ya' radio-carbon date it? (Re: Front fender emblem)
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2017, 09:41:29 PM »
Dear Dwaine and mid-60s Buick "paleontologists"   :laughing7:

Took the emblem off and this was underneath. Kinda interesting to me. Still somewhat pliable and looks like conduit sealing putty. I believe this to be from original assembly.


. . . . Did you send a sample out to be radio-carbon dated?  It looks extremely old!  Why, it might date to the period before the age of - digital cameras!! . . .

Worst still, . . . . it might have come from . . . . . Oak Island!!
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Cheers, Edouard  :occasion14: