In 1931 Buick began powering its cars with straight-eight engines. Updraft carburetors, "V" belts for driving the fans, and aluminum oil pans were new features on these engines. Learn about the year's vehicles, including the 1931 Buick 95.
A 1938 Buick Series 80 was the basis for a one-of-a-kind custom job by Howard "Dutch" Darin. The car featured an eight-cylinder engine capable of producing 141 horsepower, a 9 percent increase from the previous year. See photos of this 1938 Buick Series 80 Opera Brougham. See more »