1910 Buick Model 19 Five Passenger Touring
Engine: T-Head overhead valve four-cylinder inline
Displacement: 255 c.i.d.
Gearbox: Three-speed manual
Power output: 28.9 HP
About our 1910 Buick Model 19 Five Passenger Touring
This tooth and nail restoration has been the recipient of many awards both on the show field and on the touring scene. It has been carefully refinished in its proper dark blue with black fenders and accents while retaining the original yellow undercarriage and a full black leather interior. It is in showroom condition and a proven touring car with over 2,500 miles logged in the past few years. At one hundred years old it’s hard to imagine that a car of this age could be such a pleasure to drive, and it may well be one of the best American touring cars built in its era.
History of the 1910 Buick Model 19
The five passenger Buick touring car sold new for $1,400 and was popular for its reliability, power and luxury by its well-heeled clientele. The ‘T’ head overhead valve four-cylinder produced 28.9 HP from 255 c.i.d. and was coupled to a three-speed selective gear transmission. The vehicle weighed a mere 2,500 lbs. and performance was quite brisk—as were sales with approximately 4,000 cars built..