This is a 1930 Buick Series 60 Model 30-68 five-passenger coupe. It is powered by a 331.5 cubic-inch six-cylinder engine with 98 horsepower (33.75 SAE). This was the last year for the straight 6. The cost for this vehicle was $1740 with a total of 10,216 examples being created. There are only six that registered with the Buick Club of America in modern times.
The Series 60 was the largest model constructed by Buick in 1930 and served as a replacement for the Series 129. It sat on a 132-inch wheelbase and rode on 6.50x19 tires. The interior had full carpeting and a dash panel similar to its Series 50 sibling.
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