Recently acquired after long display in a Southern museum, this 1908 Buick Model 10 was restored for them to very high standards many years ago, then carefully, regularly and sympathetically maintained to extremely high standards. It is finished in bright Ivory White with Gold coachlining, Maroon upholstery and a Black top. Its two-seat righthand drive body is augmented by a single rear "mother-in-law" seat and it is highlighted by an awesome array of bright brass trim including Gray & Davis head, cowl and tail lights, a running board mounted acetylene generator, radiator shell, windshield frame, beading and trim. "Non-Skid" tires surround the Ivory White wood spoke wheels. It is powered by a 165 cubic inch L-head 4-cylinder engine rated at 18hp that developed 22.5hp on the brake with a 2-speed planetary transmission. Price at just $900, the Model 10 was a ringing commercial success for Buick. This is a top quality restoration that has been freshly detailed and can be driven to nearly any show in the world with pride and confidence. An extensive history file going back to its acquisition by the museum in 1967 (for the considerable sum of $4,000 before restoration) comes with it.