The Buick Model 10 was introduced in 1908. The Gentlemen's Light Four-cylinder Roadster body-style soon became the company's best seller. Over 4,000 examples were created during its first year and that figure doubled the following year to 8,100. The last year was in 1910, with production approaching 11,000 units.
This example has documented history from Fort Dodge, IA dating back to the 1940's. The car was then purchased by a resident of Sarasota, FL who put the car in the Sarasota Classic Car Museum in 1953. It was then sold to his son in 1968 who has kept the car on display at the Sarasota Classic Car Museum. This car was last run about 10 years ago.
Retains original leather upholstery but was painted sometime
165ci 4-Cylinder 'Valve-in-head' Engine
2-Speed Planetary Transmission, Shaft Drive
Semi-Elliptic Leaf Springs Front and Rear
Rear Mechanical Brakes
Brass trim in very good condition