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Seller’s 28th Annual Indian Summer Car Show

On Sunday, September 18, 2016, the 28th Annual Seller’s Buick-Pontiac-GMC Indian Summer car show was held at the Seller’s Buick-GMC dealership in Farmington Hills, Michigan. What started out as a traditional Pontiac-Oakland only car show has expanded to include all makes of Buicks and GMC trucks. 120 cars and trucks were present at this year’s show. The weather and the show lived up to its name with near perfect weather in the high seventies and a light breeze.

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CRO champions JUSTA6 and Frosty were on hand along with CRO member Indyman Joe to show off their favorite Pontiac rides. JUSTA6 and Frosty won Outstanding awards in their respective classes. Way to go guys!

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Pontiacs ruled the show and was well represented by nearly every era from the mid-1950s up. With a beautiful Chieftain, a gorgeous Catalina convertible, lots of GTOs, 1st thru 5th gen Firebirds, Grand Prizes, Fieros, and even several newer Soltices. Three Fieros were V8 powered, one with a Northstar V8 and two with Chevy 355 stroker motors. A rare ’67 4-door Tempest Sprint 6 powered, factory AC, 4 speed manual with posi-traction (one of three built) was also on hand.

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Not to be out done, several Buicks graced the show. Leading the way was a stunning blue ’52 Buick Roadmaster with the piano hood. A black on black ’69 Buick GS also took home an award. Of course, the T-type and Grand National Buicks were also represented.

Two custom GMC pick-up trucks came to the show as well. One C-10 with a chopped roof, projector head lights and a huge Chevy big block. The other was an ’89 GMC with a custom paint job.

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After the show was over, for those that wanted to, Sellers had reserved some parking at Baker’s of Milford (MI) Restaurant. Baker’s is known for having a 300+ car cruise-in and swap meet every Sunday during the summer months. Approximately show 25 participants showed up at Baker’s to continue enjoying the day’s car show festivities. It was the perfect way to end a near perfect day.

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