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1908 Buick Model G

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I own a 1908 Buick Model G and have misplaced the specifications on this vehicle. I am looking for information on the number produced, engine specifications, etc. I'd also like to know how to confirm this is a Model G.<P>Thank you<p>[This message has been edited by Robert Clifford (edited 08-31-2000).]

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The model G was a roadster(2 passenger) version of the 2 cylinder Buick for 1908. The touring car would be a Model F. The engine is a 2 cylinder, 22 hp, 159 cubic inch, with a 4.5 inch bore and a 5 inch stroke. The production for 1908 is listed as 289 units for s "G." The wheel base should be 92 inches, and is the same as a Model F. 1908 saw a change from the 1907 Models as the body, hood, radiator and lights were "updated." The 1908 is more angular on the hood and radiator, than the more curvy 1906-7. 1908 lamps were all Corcoran, 3 tier on side and tail, compared to the 1906-7 which were Gray and Davis 'bullet' style.<P><P>------------------<BR>Don Poffenroth<BR>1910 Buick F<BR>1915 Dort M5<BR>"Brass is Best!"

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