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2005 – Australian Built Buick Royaum for China

CHINA JOINS HOLDEN’S EXPORT PROGRAM Holden today confirmed its long-awaited export program to China with plans to introduce the Buick Royaum based on Holden’s renowned Statesman and Caprice luxury cars.The agreement means cars designed [...]

1947 – Fisher Bodied Buick and Caravan

Geoff Heaps, our regular New Zealand contributor, sent in this post card from Dunedin. The postcard depicts a beautifully crafted period caravan together with a Fisher bodied 1947 Buick 8. The caravan dates back [...]

1940-45 – Buick the War Years

BUICK The WAR Years 1940-45 Article and pictures researched and contributed by David Wolfe (* AWM - Australian War Memorial) Pictured right, Prime Minister Curtin [1939 series 90] meets General Macarthur [1942 series 90] [...]

1940 – Stolen Buick Ambulance in Police Chase

Article and picture contributed by George Purdie Early in the 1940's a Railway Porter at Lithgow broke into the Railway Station Master's Office and stole a hand gun. In the early hours of the [...]

1940 – Ron Ewing Buick Special Race Car

With special thanks to motor sport historians, John Medley, Brian Lear and Barry Lake. Owned and built by Ron Ewing this race car is fitted with a Buick 8/40 engine fitted to a Terraplane [...]

1940 – Peking to Paris in 2007

Buick Transcontinental Express by John Bryson. Building a better Buick is difficult - some might say, impossible. Outstanding rally driver Gerry Crown, helped by Trevor Seaman, Matthew and John Bryson (plus friends), is attempting [...]

1939 – New Buick 8/40 in Bunbury, WA

Article reprinted from “Pointers” GMH’s house magazine of the day Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes. 1939 - New Buick 8/40 in Bunbury, WA The Bunbury (WA) owner of the new 1939 Buick shown [...]

1938 – New Buicks off the Assembly Line, Brisbane

Article reprinted from “Pointers” GMH’s house magazine of the day Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes. 1938 Buicks off the assembly line - Brisbane The first of the 1938 Buicks coming off the Assembly [...]

1938 – McLaughlin Buick Limousine Sails to Singapore

BCCA off shore, member David Thomson, has recently purchased and imported Basil Keir’s former 1938 McLaughlin Buick 90 series seven passenger Limousine into Singapore. This beautiful McLaughlin, seven passenger limousine, with glass divider, is [...]

1938 – Majesty of right royal limo

Reproduced from the Daily Telegraph - CARSguide, "Warrens Wheels" Friday, January 30th, 2004  with appreciation to Warren Brown One can only imagine the discussion that took place in the Buick showroom in Amsterdam in [...]

1938 – Buick Launch in Melbourne

Article reprinted from “Pointers” GMH’s house magazine of the day Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes. 1938 Buick launch in Melbourne The Buick Announcement Display in the Melbourne Town Hall by Preston Motors Pty. [...]

1938 – Buick adopts coil springs in rear

Article reprinted from “Motor”, November 1937 Researched and contributed by Hal Moloney from the original magazine. New Body Mountings, pistons Increase Power, Automatic Transmission on 40 Along with a number of interesting mechanical changes [...]

1938 – Boyded Pty Ltd Showroom, Sydney

Contribution by courtesy of the Virgona Collection Photo depicts the Boyded showroom in1938. The location is Phillip House, 119 Phillip Street, Sydney. Webmasters Note: Have a look at the beautiful Century Sloper in the [...]

1937 – Buick, special bodied ute to Government order

Article reprinted from “Pointers” GMH’s house magazine of the day Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes. 1937 Buick, special bodied ute to Government order This Buick buck-board was recently delivered by Messrs. City Motors [...]

1937 – Buick at the Melbourne Motor Show

Article reprinted from “Pointers” GMH’s house magazine of the day Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes. 1937 Buick at the Melbourne Motor Show The splendid display of Preston Motors, Melbourne Distributors for Chevrolet and [...]

1936 – Buick Speedster Special in Argentina

Story & photos, Ariel Bassanetti - Comment, BCCA Webmaster John Gerdtz Almost three years ago our website received an eMail from Ariel Bassanetti requesting some specification and technical information about a 1936 Buick 8/40 [...]

1935 – Buick 8/90 Ambulance for the Illawarra

Article reprinted from “Pointers” GMH’s house magazine of the day Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes. 1935 Buick 8/90 Ambulance for the Illawarra. A Buick 90, with special ambulance body, operated by the Illawarra [...]

1932 – Boyded Ltd Showroom, Sydney

Contribution by courtesy of the Virgona Collection Photo depicts the original Boyded showroom in1932. The location is 252 Castlereigh Street, Sydney. Posted 12/2006

1930 – Death of Buick Distributor, Boyd Edkins

Article reprinted from “The GM Dealer” V3-No3 March 1930 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine Prominent Distributor’s Death Mr Boyd Edkins, Holder of Many Motoring Records By the death of [...]

1929 – The Marquette Story

by BCCA historian Eric North As the 1920s progressed towards their end, the free world?s economies were booming and along with that the motor industry. Buick had etched out its own particular niche as [...]

1929 – MOTOR PROGRESS (The General Motors Dealer)

Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine Motor Progress, was at the time the GMA (General Motors Australia) in house dealer magazine. Vol 2, No 5, May 1929 featured a 1929 [...]

1929 – Government Minister favours Buick Limousine

Contributed by Michael Zwar (grandson) Albert Michael Zwar MLC, a man of the people. He served as a Member of the Legislative Council in the Victorian State Parliament and a minister of the government [...]

1929 – Buick Delivery Van (The Original Sin Bin)

Contributed by John Neale who once owned this unique vehicle In 1929 when this vehicle left the showroom it was a Holden bodied standard tourer and enjoyed this gentle life until 1932. By then, [...]

1928 – The Lake Perkolilli Buicks, Then and Now

Contributed by Graeme Cocks, Fremantle Motor Museum and reproduced from Restored Cars #181 - Mar-Apr 2007 with thanks to Eddie Ford While motor sport in eastern Australia began developing along European lines in the [...]

1928 – GMA Assembly Plant, Sydney

GMA Marrickville Assembly Plant - Circa 1928 The original NSW Assembly Plant was located in Carrington Road, Marrickville. Some of the buildings still exist Posted 05/2002

1928 – Buick in Race Winning Form in WA

Article reprinted from “Motor Progress” May 1927 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. 1928 Buick in race winning form Throughout Australia General Motors cars have given some remarkable demonstrations in [...]

1928 – “Her Right of Way” – Mrs Stuart Doyle

Researched and contributed by Eric North from “Motor Life” magazine, special feature “Her Right of Way” 30th June, 1928. Standing beside this Buick is Mrs. Stuart Doyle, wife of the commodore of the Royal [...]

1927 – Train Load of Vehicles to Broken Hill

Article reprinted from “Motor Progress” May 1927 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. Train Load of Vehicles to Broken Hill (Webmasters Note: see the Buicks at the front of the [...]

1927 – NRMA to the Rescue of a Buick Tourer

Contribution by courtesy of the NRMA’s magazine “Open Road” Image Library The information on the back of the photo reads: “District Depot, Bega. Balmain Bros Service Truck towing car. Includes driver and two men [...]

1927 – Now That’s a Real Aussie Ute

Those of us old enough to remember WWII and the immediate post-war years will recall the plethora of custom converted and home made utilities. Virtually from the end of 1939 until the late 1940's [...]

1927 – Buicks on Woodville Production Line

Production Line Methods have changed at Woodville! Article reprinted from GMH employee magazine “People” Sept 1953 Researched & contributed by Marc McInnes STRIKING contrast in early methods of motor car body manufacture compared with [...]

1927 – Buick Taxi does stirling service in Perth

Article reprinted from “Motor Progress” May 1927 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. Buick Taxi does sterling service in Perth. An old Chev and an old Buick car on the [...]

1927 – Buick Round Australia Record Trip

Article reprinted from "Motor Progress" Nov 1927 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine BUICK COMPLETES RECORD TRIP ROUND AUSTRALIA A tour of unusual interest which has just been completed was that recently [...]

1927 – A Peep in the “Back of Beyond”

Contribution by courtesy of the NRMA. Article copied from NRMA’s "The Open Road" February 19th, 1931 Main Picture: Old Man of the Forest  The long-distance tourist pauses long enough near Hawker (South Australia) to [...]

1926- “Her Right of Way” – Miss Netta Mullarkey

Researched and contributed by Eric North from “Motor Life” magazine, special feature “Her Right of Way” 16th October, 1929. Miss Netta Mullarkey, of Kogarah, is here depicted alongside her Buick. Webmaster?s Note:  Looks like [...]

1926 – Buick in the Pandanus Palms, Northern Territory

Article reprinted from “Walkabout” magazine December 1st, 1935 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine The 1926 Buick pictured in the buffalo country, where the Pandanus palm grows in profusion. Posted [...]

1926 – “Her Right of Way” – Miss Heather Field

Researched and contributed by Eric North from “Motor Life” magazine, special feature “Her Right of Way” 21st September, 1929. Miss Heather Field the charming daughter of Mr. T.A.Field of "Glen Mervyn" Belmore Road Coogee [...]

1925/7 – Stawell Vic, Buick Dealership

EDGERTONS GARAGE - STAWELL VICTORIA Article reprinted from "Motor Progress" July 1927, Volume 1, No 10 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine On the right is a picture of Edgerton's [...]

1925 – Buick servicing The Royal Flying Doctor

Article and picture by curtesy of The Royal Flying Doctor Service with special thanks to Katherine Ayres 1925 Buick servicing the RFDS DeHavilland Fox Moth This Buick is helping prepare a Flying Doctor's aircraft [...]

1925 – Buick “Around the World” part 3 – 

A Contemporary Report, 1926 AROUND THE WORLD BY BUICK Researched and contributed by Eric North.  This article is reproduced from “The South Australian Motor” August 25, 1926 The Story of an Epoch-Making Trip by [...]

1925 – “Her Right of Way” – Miss Dorothy Harris

Researched and contributed by Eric North from “Motor Life” magazine, special feature “Her Right of Way” 7th September, 1929. At the wheel of her Buick, Miss Dorothy Harris, daughter of Mrs. P.W. Harris of [...]

1924 – Opera Star Visits Bulli in Buick

Article reprinted from “Motor Life” August 2, 1924  Researched and contributed by George Seymour from the original magazine. Sitting on the bonnet of the Buick is Madam Aga Lahowska. Madam Lahowska, who is a [...]

1924 – Famous Holden MD’s Buick Connections

Article contributed by Marc McInnes Laurence Hartnett Young Laurence Hartnett (right) with 1924 Buick in front of Guthrie and Co. Grange Road Singapore 1924 Englishman Laurence Hartnett was managing director of General Motors Holden [...]

1924 – Famous Holden MD’s Buick Connections

Story and pictures contributed by Robert Lowe with original text as published in the Sydney Mail 1932 A 460 km round car trip doesn't sound like much today but seventy-five years ago it warranted [...]

1923 – Her Right of Way, Mrs J F Furlong

Article contributed by Marc McInnes from material researched and generously provided by Hal Molony (AMHRG) Motor Life, March 14, 1925 Mrs J F Furlong and her two daughters, of Neutral Bay, seen here in [...]

1923 – Buick Six Finished With Dupont Fabrikoid

Contribution courtesy the David McCredie Collection and as originally published in Motor Life, October 6, 1923 Dupont Fabrikoid The car illustrated is a big 49 series. 1923 Buick 6, specially built for Mr R.F.Higgs, [...]

1923 – “Her Right of Way” – Mrs W Norton Jowitt

Researched and contributed by Eric North from “Motor Life” magazine, special feature “Her Right of Way” 18th May, 1929. A first-class driver and a keen charity worker, Mrs W Norton Jowitt, of Woollahra, is [...]

1923 – “Before the Drive” – Mrs and Miss Govers

Researched and contributed by Dave McCredie from “Motor Life” magazine, special feature “Before the Drive” 11th August, 1923. Mrs. and Miss Govers recently returned from Java, where they made a prolonged and pleasant stay [...]

1922 – Newcastle Get A New Buick Ambulance

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” September 1922  Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine The picture shows Mr. Dolan, Superintendent of the Newcastle Ambulance Service, with the fine Buick Ambulance. [...]

1922 – Buicks in Launceston and Hobart

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” September 1922  Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine Buick Owner Drivers' Hire Service The above Buicks are owned by individual owner-drivers who have joined [...]

1922 – Buick With Californian Top

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” September 1922  Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine MELBOURNE WELCOMES INNOVATION Lane's Motors Proprietary, Ltd., have sold to Mr. Herbert Brewer, a well-known Melbourne [...]

1922 – Buick Delivery Van-Satisfied Owner Orders A Second

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” September 1922  Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine This delivery wagon mounted on a Four-Cylinder Buick Chassis was purchased by Mr. E. J. Benton, [...]

1922 – “Old Faithful” The Buick Farm Ute

Story & Photos - Ian Hart This is the story of one very hard working 1922 Model 22-35 Buick, otherwise known as “Old Faithful”. The car, like many others in the tough times of [...]

1921 – Winter & Taylor, Buick Dealer, Geelong Victoria

WINTER & TAYLOR, GEELONG Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” April 1921 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford An Up-to-Date Buick Service Station  The Buick Service [...]

1921 – Victorian Alpine Reliability Test

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” December 1921 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes Buick wins Victoria's Alpine Reliability Test Important Achievement in 1,000 Miles Run Once again Buicks have proved their [...]

1921 – Ubiquitous Buicks Railcars used in South America

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” May 1921  Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Buick Engines Used for Tramways The transportation system of any country passes [...]

1920/21 – The Buick Bulletin (History in Print)

THE BUICK BULLETIN OF AUSTRALASIA Webmasters Note: The Buick Bulletin in the early 1920’s was the ”Press Organ of Buick Car Owners and Dealers” in Australia and New Zealand. The editor invited correspondence which [...]

1920 – Where Humans Are There Are Buicks – Burra S.A.

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” June 1920 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Where Humans are There are Buicks Buick Greets Visitors to Mudgee The [...]

1920 – RACV Hill Climb, Mrs Rowlands in her Buick

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” June 1920 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford RACV Hill Climb 1920 In the Victory Hill Climb, organized by the [...]

1920 – Over the Dorrigo Mail Trail

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” June 1920 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Over the Dorrigo Mail Trail The Buick, because of its Power, Economy, [...]

1920 – Over Bells Line of Road in a Buick

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” January 1921 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford ''Over the Top" in a Buick We are in receipt of three [...]

1920 – New Buick’s to Naracoorte S.A.

1920 Buick's Sold in Naracoorte Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” June 1920 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford The photo was captioned: "Away West-Buicks for [...]

1920 – Mt Gambier Buick Agent

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” June 1920 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford In 1920 the Co-operative Garage Society Limited, Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier S.A. [...]

1920 – Gilbert’s Garage, Maitland S.A.

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” June 1920 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Buicks and Golden Grain Attached Photo Caption: Mr. L M Gilbert, Maitland [...]

1920 – Buick Dealer, Riverton South Australia

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” June 1920 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford The photo is captioned: H R. Laycock's garage at Riverton, S.A. Buick [...]

1919 – Longreach to Winton, Queensland

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” February 1921 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Another Reason for the Development of Good Roads  This Buick car is [...]

1919 – Buick for Rough Work in Queensland

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” September 1922  Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine Mail Carrier and Scene Shifter in Queensland These two striking photographs were forwarded to us by [...]

1919 – An Eight Year Old Driver of a Buick

An Eight Year Old Driver of a Buick Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” April 1921 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Some time ago Mr. [...]

1919 – 1500 Miles through Western Australia

Buick's Remarkable Performance - 1500 Miles Through Western Australia Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” May 1921 Researched by Marc McInnes from original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Motor cars are often [...]

1918 – The Green Hornet

By John Gerdtz with the kind permission of Warren and Judy Tanna and acknowledgement to the Buick 'Bugle' for the historical text information. Photos by courtesy of Warren Tanna. The original builder of this [...]

1918 – Selwyn to Baulia Road, Queensland

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” January 1921 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Selwyn to Baulia Road - Queensland Selwyn to Baulia, 1918 -Model Buick, [...]

1918 – Satisified Owner, Port Pirie S.A.

Article reprinted from “The Buick Bulletin of Australasia” June 1920 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Nothing Whatever Wrong with the Whole Works Attached Photo Caption: Mr. M. [...]

1918 – British Buick Board Track Racing Car

Content information and Photos by Duncan Kirkwood, Peterborough UK. Duncan photographed this interesting Buick at the Kettering Vintage Rally & Steam Fayre in September 2015 where he met the current owner, Alan Croft from [...]

1917 – Washing Cars on Northern Rivers

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” March 1917 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. N.S.W. The accompanying photograph was sent to us showing how cars are washed on the [...]

1917 – Breaking the Sales Record

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” March 1917 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. Messrs. Boustead Bros. of Gloucester, N.S.W., recently took up the Buick agency and in the [...]

1916 – WW1 Buick Ambulances ready for Duty

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” June 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. Reprinted from "The Autocar," London, March 25th, 1916. A striking view of a fleet of [...]

1916 – Way Out in the Never Never by Buick

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” December 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. A Commercial Trip in Central Queensland and the Northern Territory From the "Steering Wheel" Picture [...]

1916 – Touring Car On Buick Chassis built for Dalgetys

Article contributed by George Seymour Built and exhibited by Dalgety’s Limited, Melbourne. This interesting and very different touring body was built in Melbourne especially for Dalgety’s (who were the Victorian Buick Agents) and was [...]

1916 – Tour of Six Thousand Miles

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” December 1916 & January 1917 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazines. Picture right - Wollombi Ranges near Hawkesbury River, N.S.W TOUR OF SIX [...]

1916 – Through Beautiful Gippsland

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” November 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. An interesting trip, showing some beautiful views of GIPPSLAND country through which "BUICKS" are running [...]

1916 – The Car That a Lady Can Drive and Start

Article reprinted from 'The Australian Buick Bulletin' October 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. Bringing out the Stay-at Homes. The demand for an automobile which shall fulfill all the [...]

1916 – Sydney Motor Trader in the United States

Article reprinted from 'The Australian Buick Bulletin' October 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine.   Mr Peter McIntosh's Observations Another prominent Sydney Motor - Trader has returned from a [...]

1916 – South Australian Govenor is a Buick Enthusiast

Article reprinted from "The Buick Bulletin of Australasia" June 1920 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Leiut.-Colonel Sir Henry Galway the late govenor of South Australia, a motoring [...]

1916 – Second Annual Buick Convention, Sydney

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” November 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. Dinner Given to the Buick Delegates Our Second Annual Convention. Photo right: Nearest to the [...]

1916 – New Buicks destined for Bendigo

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” June 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. The accompanying photographs represent a number of cars leaving Messrs. Dalgety & Company's premises, all [...]

1916 – Motoring on the South Coast, NSW

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” December 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. Miss Beith, daughter of Dr. Beith of Kiama, is a motor enthusiast and is the [...]

1916 – Messrs. Eyes and Crowle Ltd., Mount Gambier Branch

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” October 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. The most progressive firm in the motor business in South Australia to-day is that of [...]

1916 – Les Darcy is a Buick Enthusiast

Article reprinted from 'The Australian Buick Bulletin' June 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. Mr Les Darcy, well known in sporting circles, prouding sitting in his Buick 6 cylinder [...]

1916 – Inverell visit for Govenor of NSW

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” November 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. The accompanying photograph tends to show the increasing popularity of Buicks in the progressive town [...]

1916 – From Rockhampton to Bundaberg and back in a Buick 6

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” January 1917 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. A SPLENDID CAR PERFORMANCE The large gathering of citizens that were assembled on the morning [...]

1916 – Floods in the Riverina District of New South Wales

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” September 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine A party of Commercial Travelers were caught in the River Laughlan, which is a tributary [...]

1916 – English Scenes in Australia

Article reprinted from 'The Australian Buick Bulletin' September 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine Snow scenes at all times are very pretty and remind one of the Old Country. [...]

1916 – Buicks at Amsterdam, Holland

Article reprinted from 'The Australian Buick Bulletin' September 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. We have pleasure in reproducing herewith a photograph received from Mr. T. Schilperoort of Amsterdam [...]

1916 – Buick D4 Bus really carries a load

Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes , Photo courtesy Battye Library, Perth. Western .Australia 225473P The where or when of this photograph is unknown although quite possibly somewhere in the south west coastal region [...]

1916 – Bowlers in Buicks at Mudgee.

Article reprinted from 'The Australian Buick Bulletin' June 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. A team of Manly Bowlers went on a western tour in New South Wales, and [...]

1916 – Body Building in Queensland

Article reprinted from 'The Australian Buick Bulletin' September 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine The occupants of the car are Mr. James Howard, Managing Director of Howard Motor & [...]

1916 – Armidale is a Haven for New Buicks

Article reprinted from "The Australian Buick Bulletin" June 1916 Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine. What He Thinks of the Buick Mr. Le Petit, of Armidale, New South Wales, is [...]

1915 – New Buicks Awaiting Delivery

The location for this marvelous period picture is unkown but possibly in New Zealand with the photo taken circa 1915 The vehicles appear to be: Front row L to R; 1915 Buick C4 Truck [...]

1915 – Adelaide to the Darling Country

Article reprinted from 'The Motor World' August 25 - 1915. Researched and contributed by BCCA Historian, Eric North From Adelaide to the Darling Country 2000 Miles on 1915 Buick On Saturday 10th July Mr [...]

1913 – The Moline Family Buick Worked Hard

Special thanks to Bill Moline, Arthur's grandson, for generously sharing these historic photos with all Buick enthusiasts. The story as told by Bill was written by John Gerdtz. Born in 1877, Arthur Howard Prichard [...]

1911 – Model 14 Buick Still Going Strong

Article reprinted from 'The Buick Bulletin of Australasia' May 1921 Researched by Marc McInnes from the original magazine courtesy of Eddie Ford Age Cannot Wither It Often, when, watching a line of beautiful modern [...]

1908 – Modified Suspension

GRANDFATHER CROPPER THE INVENTOR Story by John Gerdtz Over a cold one, the topic got round to the inevitable - cars - and my mate Daryl said, "My Grandfather had a Buick. I've got [...]