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    Buick Model 19 1910

    The Model 19 Buick was a one-season offering for the 1910 model year. A touring car with green body and ivory wheels and running gear, it was based on the Model D of 1907 but with a three-inch longer wheelbase. Retaining the Model D’s displacement, it had cylinders cast in pairs, like the Model 10, and the latter’s overhead valves. It was quite popular, with 4,000 examples built, but considerably more expensive than the Model 10, which sold nearly 11,000 cars. A successor Model 21 debuted for 1911 with a longer wheelbase but, after 3,000 cars sold, was retired for 1912.

    28.9 bhp, 255 cu. in. OHV inline four-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, live rear axle with full-elliptic leaf springs, and two-wheel mechanical brakes. Wheelbase: 105"
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