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1959 Buick Windshield Wiper – Two Speed

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1959 BUICK WINDSHIELD WIPER - TWO SPEED 1-5 1959 BUICK WINDSHIELD WIPER DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION General Description Electric powered windshield wipers replace the vacuum operated wipers used in previous years. See figure 1-14. 1959 Buick Windshield Wiper Motor Single speed wipers are standard on 4400 and 4600 Series with the two speed Cam-O-matic [...]

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1957 Buick Front End

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SECTION 13-J 1957 BUICK FRONT END 13-27 WINDSHIELD (SERIES 50-70) 1957 Buick Windshield Reveal Moldings (Except Convertibles) The windshield reveal moldings consist of the following parts; windshield upper reveal molding; windshield side reveal molding, right and left; and windshield lower reveal molding, right and left. The upper reveal molding is secured to the body by [...]

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1954 Buick Body Maintenance

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1954 BUICK BODY STYLES 1954 Buick Body Styles   1954 BUICK TRIM COMBINATIONS 1954 Buick Trim Combinations 1954 Buick Interior Trim Combinations 1954 Buick Interior Trims   1954 BUICK PAINT COMBINATION 1954 Buick Paint Combinations # Available for the Skylark only * Convertible and Special [...]

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1950 Buick Windshield and Windshield Wiper Maintenance

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1950 BUICK WINDSHIELD GLASS AND GLASS CHANNEL Protect the finish by masking around the 1950 Buick windshield opening and laying a suitable covering across the hood and front fender. Inside the car, remove the rear view mirror, inner division molding, including upper and lower escutcheons also the garnish molding. At bottom of windshield remove the defroster [...]

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