Buick used the Master Six name beginning in 1925 and it used the same engine as the Model 24-Six of 1924. The Standard Six engine produced 50 horsepower while the Master Six was fitted with a 70 horsepower engine. The Standard Six body styles rested on a wheelbase that measured 114.3-inches while the Master Six had a 120- or 128-inch platform.
The name Master Six would continue through 1928. By 1928, the horsepower in the Standard Six was rated at 63 horsepower while the Master Six had 77 horsepower. By Daniel Vaughan | Apr 2009