1930 Marquette Phaeton
Buick began production of the Marquette line in mid-1929 in an attempt to enter the low-priced car market. By the end of 1930, it was clear that the Marquette was a failure and production was halted. 1930 also saw Buick's last attempt at producing a six-cylinder engine until 1962. All 1930 Buicks featured an adjustable driver seat.
This vehicle is not currently on exhibition.