First Production Buicks
Buick Motor Company incorporated in Detroit, Michigan in 1903. In 1904, Buick's first factory was located in Flint, Michigan, where all 37 of the 1904 Model B Buicks were produced. The company had just been placed in the hands of William C Durant, who would use Buick as the foundation for his creation of General Motors four years later. Buick signalled it was in the business of car production when it lined up these eight 1904 Model B Buicks on Saginaw Street at First Street in downtown Flint on November 3, 1904. You will receive a high-quality, high-resolution reproduction of this photograph printed on heavy stock, gloss photographic paper. Watermarks will not appear on your order.
|Donor or Source:||Terry B. Dunham|
|Cost of Reproduction:||$10.00|
|Cost of Original Document:||There are no originals of this item available.|