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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by John Backlund, Apr 6, 2020.
I recognized the artist even before I noticed the author. Great story
My thoughts are Streamlining now!
I like it!
That’s one mean machine.
Beats the heck out of a Denbeigh Super Chauvinist.
Perhaps an unlicensed bootleg will be available on aliexpress?
A Tucker and a Hudson mated.
As a fan of bison and automobiles, this warms my very cockles.
Bravo! Great story
I hit “like,” but I more than like it. Awesome design and illustration. Love it! And the fake history... bonus points!
Any prints still available?
Awesome artwork Man, I could see me buying this piece. Like that it has a back story
Was the factory in that old Kewpie Doll factory down by the river, just off of State Road 175?
I think I drove by there once.
No, not anymore. I have several stashed someplace, but they need to stay in the closet so my wife will have some of my stuff to tearfully(?) throw out after I'm, you know,....'gone'.
You certainly have that distinctive style John!
No, that was the Yo-Yo and Snow-Dome works. The Bufflomobile engine foundry and assembly plant was about a mile north of what is now the Wasta 1-90 rest area exit. Wasta SD is eleven miles west of Wall, SD on I-90, and about thirty-eight miles east of Rapid City.
I want some of what yer smokin’.
It needs to be built.
A decade after the factory closed, the 'Great Quake of '59' took almost all of the original buildings down, and all that remain today are what was the upholstery shop/tannery, and the sheetmetal ashtray press building....
But, alas, even as we speak, mother nature is making quick work of them also. It's doubtful that by the end of the next decade if anything but hazy memories and a small mountain of red bricks will remain of the birthing place of the once 'Pride 'O The Prairies', the magnificent Bufflomobile.
(Roll Credits to Iris Dement's 'Our Town')