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Found: A Ninety-Eight with family ties



Story and Photos by Chad Ehrlich

In 1957, Devere Dove bought out the Del Siedle Buick dealership in Great Bend, Kan., and the new Dee Dove Buick received its first batch of Buicks when the “Air Born B-58 Buick” starting hitting showrooms. In 1966, Dee Dove was able to acquire both Oldsmobile and Cadillac franchises to add to his successful Buick Dealership. This addition also included a new facility to house and the service all of the mid-to-upper-line General Motors vehicles it sold and serviced.


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