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1941 Buick Series 90--Where were they built?

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My brother owns a 1941 Buick Series 90 6P Sedan.  

 

Where were the 1941 Series 90 cars built? 

 

I was under the impression that they were manufactured at Flint, Michigan, and also at Southgate, California and Linden, New Jersey. 

 

My brother says they were built only at Flint.  Who is right? 

 

 

 

I had posted this in the Buick forum but there were no responses. 

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My '40 series 90 came from Flint.

According to the numbers guys she was born the 2nd week of Sept '39, and sold in March of '40.

Mike in Colorado

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It's officially called a Buick Limited "Sixster", and all were built in Flint. This image is from my '41 Limited prestige brochure.

 

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TG

Is the very rare '41 with the open top over the front in that brochure?  I recall seeing a b&w ad in National Geographic for that car. 

 

Was it also made in Flint, or sent somewhere else for conversion?

 

Craig

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