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The How and Why of the Buick Valve-in-Head Motor

3-1/4" x 6-1/4", 47 pages, printed in three colors with exceptionally detailed illustrations and photography.  This rare booklet published by Buick contains a reprinted article from a 1915 issue of The Buick Bulletin along with supplemental technical details and specifications.  Describes the engineering principles and advantages of the Valve-in-Head engine.  Page #6 contains a photograph of Walter Marr talking on a telephone.  Under the photograph appears the caption: "Valve-in-Head is not an advertising slogan - it's an engineering principal."  Also contains excellent photographs of 1915 Buick Models C-24, C-25, C-36, C-37 and C-55.  Here at the BHA, this is one of our very favorite pieces of 1915 literature.  We think you will enjoy it too.

Item Number: 00885
Author: Buick Motor Company
Type: Customer Information
Donor or Source: David M. Landow
Cost of Reproduction: $45.00
Cost of Original Document: There are no originals of this item available.

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