Buick Clubs & Organizations
Links to various clubs and businesses that can be resources to help Long Island Buick Club members in their endeavors to maintain, restore, preserve and enjoy their Buicks.
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PO Box 360775, Columbus, Ohio 43236,
The Buick Club of America (BCA), founded in 1966, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of automobiles built by the Buick Motor Division of General Motors Corporation. The Buick Club promotes activities resources and friendships. The Buick Club has 8,000+ worldwide members and 70+ local Chapters in nine regions. These chapters promote local networking among Buick enthusiasts. The Club also has seven divisions based on vehicle types instead on geographic locations. One must be a member of the national organization to be a member of a division or chapter.
This website is a comprehensive resource center for information, images and events concerning the Vanderbilt Cup Races held on Long Island from 1904 to 1910. The majority of the images are from the books Vanderbilt Cup Races of Long Island and The Long Island Motor Parkway from Arcadia Publishing. Howard Kroplick is president of the Long Island Motor Parkway Preservation Society.
The Buick Heritage Alliance is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the preservation of all things Buick. We are here for the people who love Buicks. We’re here to help them research Buicks, restore them and preserve them. The BHA collects, catalogues, compiles and disseminates information on the history of Buick and those who contributed to its development.
Although it can be a little confusing until you become familiar with the site, Team Buick has a lot of information and references for anything and everything Buick. If you are looking up technical information, want to find out what size engines were produced in a given year, need information on decoding VINs, are looking for tune up specs for your Buick, want to find links for other Buick sites, want to browse forums, or look at classified ads, this is a great site.
BuickStreet is a showcase of spectacular classic old Buick cars featuring fascinating and original owner stories, old road tests, links to other Buick websites, event coverage, Reader’s Rides, technical information, opinions and much much more.
Blog about the history of Buick automobiles, manufacturing, factories and factory workers.
Lots of photos and memorabilia.
The Long Island Buick Club is interested in developing a list of honest and reliable businesses and services available in the community that can assist members who need help with restoration and maintenance of their Buicks.
If you have had positive experiences with a business or service that was helpful in restoring, maintaining or obtaining parts for your Buick, please let us know so we can add them to our list. We are particularly interested in finding local businesses that our members can patronize. Please take a minute to fill out the brief recommendation form. Thanks.