The cylinder war was in full battle between all car manufactures.
This was the first year for the Buick straight 8 overhead valve
engine. Displacement 220.7 cu in Power 77 bhp @3200 rpm Torque 156
lb.- ft. @1600 rpm Compression 4.75:1 Main Bearings 5 Transmission
3 speed non- synchromesh Total Model 50 production 48,111 Weight
3055 lbs. Wheelbase 114 in Original MSRP $1026 The selling party
indicates that they bought the Buick from a well known collector in
Wisconsin. This vehicle has no rust. The seller estimates that the
restoration was done 10 to 20 years ago. The car received a new
head gasket and runs beautifully. Power is smooth, ride is
comfortable, tracking is direct, breaking is positive, and shits
are smooth. The seller also states that the car starts easily and
has no smoke. Over the years, these Buicks have become rare and
quite collectible with their stunning looks and acceptable
performance. This car will drive 60 mph all day long. Please stop
by today and schedule a look at this very special piece of
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