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Buick's Busy Acres

14" x 10-1/2", 36 pages, printed in black and white, item contains highly detailed photography throughout.  "Buick's Busy Acres" is a pictorial record of Buick's 1939 factory production in Flint, Michigan.  This exceedingly rare and seldm-seen book is a wonderful, highly detailed photographic record of the process by which a 1939 Buick was born.  The high-resolution photography in this book is fabulous.  If you own a 1939 Buick, and want to see how it was built all the way from the use of raw materials through the shipping of fully assembled automobiles, then this is the book for you.  And, if you are a Buick history buff, this is a book that you will definitely enjoy having in your collection.  Your order will arrive printed in high-resolution on 11" x 17", high gloss, photographic quality paper with each page of "Buick's Busy Acres" printed in actual size.  "Buick's Busy Acres" is a recent purchase by the Buick Heritage Alliance for its ever expanding Archive of Buick literature, and we are plased to now be able offer this exceptional photographic record of 1939 Buick production to our fellow Buick enthusiasts.

Item Number: 01229
Author: Buick Motor Division, General Motors Sales Corporation, Flint, Michigan
Type: Assembly Plant Information
Donor or Source: David M. Landow
Cost of Reproduction: $85.00
Cost of Original Document: There are no originals of this item available.

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