The 8 As Buick Builds It
8-3/4" x 11-3/4", 40 pages, printed in Black & White with green accent color. Exceptionally well-illustrated throughout. Gold embossed leather covers. This is a very rare 1931 deluxe dealer sales album used by salesmen to introduce customers to the attributes and features of the 1931 Buick models. Contains an aerial rendering of the entire Buick factory complex at Flint. Also contains information about how many Buicks were in operation in 1931 and a customer profile. Contains features and illustrations of (i) the new Buick 8, (ii) the new Buick syncro-mesh transmission, (iii) new oil temperature regular, (iv) carburetion and heat control, (v) new combination air intake silencer and air cleaner, (vi) newly designed cylinder block and oil pump, (vii) crankshaft, (viii) clutch and many more mechanical features. Contains many highly detailed body and chassis illustrations. Contains acceleration charts and a price chart. Most of the illustrations in this dealer sales album are unique to this particular piece of literature and do not appear in any other 1931 Buick literature.
|Author:||Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan|
|Type:||Deluxe Dealer Sales Album|
|Donor or Source:||Terry B. Dunham|
|Cost of Reproduction:||$75.00|
|Cost of Original Document:||There are no originals of this item available.|