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Let's see how much better Buick is for 1937

22-3/4" x 15-1/2", 48 pages. Dealer showroom display item used by Buick dealers. Each individual section presents a comparison of the 1937 Buick models to a different manufacturer. Compares the 1937 Buick models to Packard, Dodge, Lincoln, Nash and Studebaker. Each section is beautifully printed in a different tri-color format. Item is exceptionably well illustrated with very clear, high resolution images. A very rare 1937 Buick piece of dealer-only literature. Item was originally displayed on an easel where each page folded over at the top as the customer viewed each page of the display. A very effective piece of Buick dealer showroom demonstration literature which compares the following features between makes: Engines and engine features, body, interior, ride and handling characteristics, performance, power, acceleration, horsepower, general features and price. Your order will be printed on photographic quality 11" x 17" paper.

Item Number: 01231
Author: Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
Type: Accessory Information
Donor or Source: David M. Landow
Cost of Reproduction: $72.00
Cost of Original Document: There are no originals of this item available.

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