1922 Buick Six Three Passenger Series 22 Style 44 Roadster
- Buick formed the core of General Motors during the early years of Alfred P. Sloan's long and successful administration.
- Buick was founded in 1903 by David Dunbar Buick in Flint, Michigan.
- Buick combined quality and performance from it's line of "valve in head" overhead valve engines, three speed transmissions and attractive factory bodywork.
- 7,666 of these roadsters were built. The radiator has a Buick script motometer mounted in a dog-bone cap.
- It has been fitted with a tubular accessory bumper, which has parking lights at its outer ends and twin taillights within the perimeter of the rear-mounted spare tire.
- The engine is a 242 cubic inch overhead valve six. It produces 60 horsepower.
- This Buick rides on 33 inch varnished wood spoke artillery wheels.
- This Buick received a first place AACA award in 1965 and participated in the 1969 Glidden Tour.
- price when new: $1,150