Built back in the automobile’s infancy, this Buick was one of the first to “get it right” with intuitive controls, a simple layout and solid mechanics, this Buick undoubtedly served its first owner very well. It still starts up today and rolls smoothly as ever – a testament to build quality of the day. As with most cars of this era, the accessories are what make the car so interesting. Fine brass work on the passenger side of the car hangs off like shiny jewelry, reminding passers-by that you’ve made it. The rich red leather is more like office seats of the day, and is well sprung, if not a bit too much.