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1934 Buick Series 90

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Buick - when better automobiles are built - Buick will build them! Unfortunately the founder of the Buick Motor Company, David Buick, was a better inventor than businessman. Enter William C. Durant, the head of the Durant-Dort Carriage Company, to straighten out the company, which would later become the cornerstone of the new General Motors that Durant was building.

In 1931, Buick introduced three straight-eight engines, each with units sharing almost no tooling with one another. In late 1933, 'Red' Curtice had just taken over the reins of Buick, and was orchestrating a turn-around of the divisions' sales slump. Buick built a solid and sought-after series of luxury cars during the Classic era. The Buick lines changed very little from 1933 to 1934. The luxury lines were powered by a Buick straight eight. In addition, the lineup was aided by the introduction of the Knee Action independent front suspension. This example is a Buick Victoria.

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Recent Sales of the Buick Series 90

(Data based on Model Year 1934 sales)
1934 Buick Series 90 Club Sedan
Chassis#: 2714839
Sold for USD$110,000
  2011 RM Auctions - Automobiles of Amelia Island
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1934 Buick Model 98C Convertible Phaeton
Sold for USD$100,100
  2009 Collector Cars of Fort Lauderdale
 
1934 Buick Model 90
Sold for USD$187,000
  2009 Automobiles of Arizona
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1934 Buick Model 90
Sold for USD$150,000
  2009 The Scottsdale Auction : Gooding & Company
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Buick Series 90s That Failed To Sell At Auction

1934 Buick Series 90's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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