Last complete product year until 1946-’47 due to WWII
Buick was a luxury car of the time similar e.g. to a Lexus today.
Large cars – slightly longer that a contemporary Lincoln Navigator and weighs 3800 lbs.
In-line 8 cylinder ?? CI engine
Two carburetors, back one disconnected during the war to save gasoline, we have left it disconnected.
Both carburetors, 125 hp, 1 110 hp
Gets around 12 mpg “city” driving, contemporary Lincoln Navigator 16
One last outside comment. Automobiles in the 1930’s had large “vertical” grills. Note that this grill has a horizontal part. Buick had an adventuresome design group and this grill was “Inspired” by the 1938 Mercedes F! race cars. But this is a story for another time.
Painted metal not wood.
One of the first cars to have directional signals and a heater standard.
Manual transmission, no starter button, as was custom, but integrated with gas pedal.