The tension between Buick and Cadillac was never more evident than in 1941 with the Buick Limited Series 91 Touring Sedan. Anyone who read the specs knew that Buick's overhead valve 320 cubic inch inline eight's 165hp bettered Cadillac's L-head 346 cubic inch V-8's 150hp by fifteen horsepower, ten percent. Coachwork was a matter of choice, and the Buick Limited's fine fabrics and meticulous assembly left nothing to be desired when compared with Cadillac, let alone Lincoln, Imperial and Packard. Standard equipment on the Series 91 Touring Sedan included rear wheel fender skirts with chrome accents and on a 139 inch wheelbase the rear compartment was as commodious as many drawing rooms, with generous footrests for the fortunate rear seat passengers. This 1941 Buick Limited Series 91 Touring Sedan has stylish two-tone paint in black with a silver-grey roof. The interior is grey cord with light green accent panels. It rides on black painted wheels with hubcaps, trim rings and radial whitewall tires and has a set of fog lights as well as added seat belts for safety. A cosmetically restoration has refreshed its paint, chrome, stainless trim and interior, the 'Fireball 8' engine is refreshed, clean and orderly with Buick's revolutionary dual carburetor 'Compound Carburetion.' The 1941 Buick Limited Series 91 Touring Sedan is an elegant automobile of the highest quality. The Chairman of the Board and President may have had Cadillac’s, but the up-and-coming Senior Vice President arrived at work in a faster and equally luxurious Buick Limited Series 91 Touring Sedan.