Tuesday, March 31, 2009


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Flint and Buick growth 1920 story.
The following photos were taken by : H J McKinney who was an early photographer for Buick. 

This Liberty engine on display could very well be the one owned by the Sloan museum in Flint. It is on loan to the Kalamazoo museum at the present time. I show a picture of it elsewhere in this blog. Here is the link.

Inside Factory #27

Bleached walnut paneling.

Testing article from 1925.


Gordon Young said...

Love that moose head in the president's office. I'm sure all the visitors had to endure the president's hunting stories.

Great post.

JWilly said...

Good stuff. Thanks for preserving it and the effort of the post.

Bryan O said...

Thank you for making the entire book available to Buick enthusiasts. ---Bryan OShaughnessy