|July 15,1922 announcement. Detroit plant story. Scripps-Booth 1922 announcement.|
A real nice model at the Sloan Museum in Flint, Michigan. Buick factory #75 had a large rail dock but I think that would mostly be used for receiving stock used in the building of the body's.
|August 25, 1927 in front of the Buick main office in Flint on Hamilton Avenue.|
|October 15, 1922 Announcement.|
|Exhibit at the Sloan Museum in Flint, Michigan showing the kind of trucks that hauled the Buick body's back then.|
|This is inside of the Scripps Booth factory in Detroit which became Buick factory #75 shown below. Entire closed body Buick's assembled here in 1922.|
|August 2, 1917.|
|Click on this header to read the story of the fire.|
This is the factory originally built for Saxon but the war got in the way and was leased by the U.S. Government. Saxon's debt would be bought by General Motors after the war and then this factory was leased to Scripps-Booth. Buick would take over here in February 1922. Link for fire.