1936 Buick Limited Model 91
After years of struggle during the Great Depression, 1936 proved to be the year that saw Buick on the rise once again. With Harlow Curtice and a new engineering team in place, successful sales were assured for 1936.
The all new body design with smooth curved lines and a distinctive grill gave the Model 91 a more fashionable look. The Limited Series served as Buick’s top line. Priced at $1,695, this Model 91 sold for almost twice the price of Buick’s most popular car that year, the Special Sedan Model 41.
This vehicle is not currently on exhibition.