Series 90 Model 95 Phaeton

The eight cylinder Buick was introduced on July 26th 1930 and remained a hallmark until 1953. The “Series 90″ was powered by the 344ci engine and had a wheelbase of 132” which enabled the large seven seat touring phaeton coachwork to be fitted, as on offer today. The Buick eight cylinder was an advanced engine of the period and featured an oil temperature regulator that cooled the oil at high speeds and warmed it in cold weather.

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