It’s only been several years since Bill Brunkow died, and Ken Ganz, one of Brunkow’s car buddies and best friends, still thinks about him pretty much every day. And not only did Brunkow leave his friend with a lot of great memories, he also left him a lovely 1909 Buick.
Rick Rubis and his sweet 1967 Buick Gran Sport finally wound up together about 18 years ago after several near-misses. Three times Rubis tried to land himself a ’67 GS 400, and twice he missed out on chances to own the car he has now. But the two finally wound up together, and it’s...
Tom Pfeiffer is a lifelong Ford guy with a secret crush on Buicks. The retired Ford Motor Company employee from Sterling Heights, Mich., has had plenty of Fords, including his 1959 Edsel Corsair with only 27,000 original miles, but his real baby is a lovely 1948 Buick Super four-door sedan. Pfeiffer calls it his...
The Buick Grand National was the fastest production car built in 1987, and certainly one of the hottest, baddest, and most collectible American production cars of the 1980s — a decade often considered a barren wasteland when it comes to automobile excitement.
If you're a Buick GSX owner, you're invited to this special reunion.
It took nearly 20 long years for an OCW reader to secure a 13,000-mile 1964 LeSabre.
Twenty-three Buicks spanning models from 1908 to 1983 were included in a special display at the 12th annual Motor Muster in Urbana, Ill. The display marked the 100th anniversary of General Motors.
It was advertised as ‘1931 Buick phaeton ... needs everything,’ Turns out, the classified ad for Maureen Bartron's fabulous droptop didn't do this car justice.