1924 Buick 24 Roadster
170 cid, I-4, 35 bhp

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Buick was an upscale automobile positioned just below Cadillac. Buick was the first marque in what was to become General Motors.  Buick is now the oldest American-built marque still being manufactured, having begun in May 1903. 1924 was an important year for Buick, it was their first year offering for both four wheel brakes (first American-built, mass produced car to have them) and an overhead cam engine.  It was also the final year offering the four cylinder engine. This OHV four-cylinder, 170 cid engine produced 35 horsepower.   A total of 4,409 Buick Series 24 were produced in 1924 for a list price of $935.


  • Four-wheel brakes introduced – first mass-produced vehicle to have them
  • Model was bigger, inside and out
  • Total produced: 4,409
  • Price new: $935