Legend of Buick - Part 1 (1998)

Here's a great video produced in 1998 by General Motors Communications Support Group for Buick Communications. Written and directed by author/biographer Lawrence R. Gustin (one of the very few writers active today who extensively interviewed people close to the founder of General Motors, William Durant, and who also has a very rich background in researching and presenting Buick history), this video presents a detailed walk through the history of Buick from its early roots with David Dunbar Buick, all the way through to the late 90s. Narrated by Bill Harris, you'll enjoy a wide collection of Buick memorabilia including photos, newspaper articles, and film clips. (Video is presented in two parts.)

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Legend of Buick - Part 2 (1998)
Here's a great video produced in 1998 by General Motors Communications Support Group for Buick Communications. Written and directed by author/biographer Lawrence R. Gustin (one of the very few writers active today who extensively interviewed people close to the founder of General Motors, William Durant, and who also has a very rich background in researching and presenting Buick history), this video presents a detailed walk through the history of Buick from its early roots with David Dunbar Buick, all the way through to the late 90s. Narrated by Bill Harris, you'll enjoy a wide collection of Buick memorabilia including photos, newspaper articles, and film clips. (Video is presented in two parts.)





History of Buick documentary
David Dunbar Buick was born in Arbroath, Scotland, his family moved to the United States in 1856 and settled in Detroit. Today he is known as the founder of Buick Motor Company. Read more on: http://www.oldtimerbase.com/IconDavidDunbarBuick.html





1911 Buick Model 27 Touring Car
This 1911 Buick Model 27 Touring Car is one of only four know to exist. Wait until you see the 201 cubic inch 4 cylinder 34 H.P. external pushrod motor. The car is equipped with a wood body and has optional front doors, top, windshield, speedometer, and clock. Buick is the oldest American automobile company still in existence. Enjoy!





History of Buick documentary - part III
Buick Motor Company valve-in-head engine design was the pillar of their success. An innovative approach on the market proved key in 1900s as it is today. Read more on: http://www.oldtimerbase.com/IconDavidDunbarBuick.html




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