Featured Vehicle of the Month
‘26 Buick Master Six
Here we have a Buick Master Six. The Buick Standard Six and Master Six
series were restyled for 1926. Both series having increased engine displacement with more power, the body has smoother radiator edges and Fisher Bodies had double belt moldings, aluminum hubcaps and gas filler caps along with horizontal rod running across the grill to support the headlights. The Master series included additional features like a motometer, scuff plates, clock, cigarette lighter and heater.
Technical improvements for both series included new air, oil and gas filters
a stronger clutch and one-piece brake linings. The Buick new dual-beam
headlights being mounted in inter-changeable shells and the dimmer being mounted on the center of the steering wheel. The Buick chassis now had Zerk lubricated fittings with the chassis, driveshaft and rear axle being of heavier construction.
Request for Submittals
We would like to showcase our members cars each month. If you would like to see your car with a little background story, on this page, please email some pictures and a background story to Larry Mills at [email protected]
Next Club Meeting
The Florida Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 7 P.M. at the Kress Memorial Church of Seventh-Day Adventists, 746 Formosa Av, Winter Park, Florida 32789. Located 2 blocks south of Fairbanks Avenue.
Next Club Activity
Club meetings and activities are on hold, as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Check this website for details of when meetings and activities will resume.