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Founded in 1903, Buick quickly became a leading American automaker. Learn about Buick's history, including Buick models from 1903 to the present.
In 1931 Buick began powering its cars with straight-eight engines. Learn about the year's vehicles, including the 1931 Buick 95, at HowStuffWorks.
Buick muscle cars were among the most luxurious of the breed. Learn about the premier Buick muscle cars, including the fabled 1970 Buick GSX.
The 1957-1958 Buick marked a major restyle for the brand in an attempt to continue its postwar success. Learn more about the 1957-1958 Buick models.
The 1939 Buick Century had one more horsepower than a Cadillac, and several industry innovations. Find out more about the 1939 Buick Century.
The 1958 Buick Limited featured fine craftsmanship and lush interiors but also sub-par styling. Learn more about the 1958 Buick Limited.
The 1953 Buick Super celebrated Buick's 50th anniversary with flashy new style and Buick's first ever V-8 engine. Read more about the 1953 Buick Super.
Buick redesigned its cars in the 1950s using the Buick C-body. Learn more about the Buick C-body and its unique design.
The 1949 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon was the most expensive, heaviest and rarest of the 1949 Buick cars, with only 653 made. Learn about this car.
Buick in the 1960s responded to sluggish sales with a new and exciting lineup, including such cars as LeSabre, Wildcat, and Electra 225. Learn more.
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