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Engine
2-Cylinder
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Transmission
Manual
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VIN
14B466

Description

14.2 HP, 127 cid, Horizontally Opposed 2-Cylinder Motor, 3-Speed Transmission, Chain Drive Chassis No. 14B466 By 1911, the Buick automobile had been established as a leader in the industry and its position within the new General Motors Corporation as a builder of quality automobiles was well-known. While most of the production was dedicated to larger 4-cylinder cars, there had been a hope t...

14.2 HP, 127 cid, Horizontally Opposed 2-Cylinder Motor, 3-Speed Transmission, Chain Drive Chassis No. 14B466 By 1911, the Buick automobile had been established as a leader in the industry and its position within the new General Motors Corporation as a builder of quality automobiles was well-known. While most of the production was dedicated to larger 4-cylinder cars, there had been a hope to capture some of the lower-price market by keeping smaller 2-cylinder models in production. The Model 14 and 14B would be the last of those efforts. Finished in gleaming white this compact model, called the Buggyabout by Buick, appears to have been restored only a few years back. Featuring a gas lighting system, brass is quite prevalent on this car including the original radiator, which feeds each cylinder head independently, and was produced for Buick by the Rome-Turney Radiator Company. This would make an excellent addition to a collection of brass era vehicles or for the Buick collector looking for a significant member of this marque's illustrious past.

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