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1930 Marquette Model 35 Touring
|1930 Marquette Model 35 Touring |
1930 Marquette Model 35 Touring Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: The Buick Gallery and Research Center in Flint, Michigan.
1930 Marquette Model 34 Sport Roadster
|1930 Marquette Model 34 Sport Roadster |
1930 Marquette Model 34 Sport Roadster Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: The National Automobile Museum in Reno, Nevada.
Buick Motor Division
General Motors Corp
In 1929 a "junior" division of Buick, Marquette, was established to produce a less expensive car. Six body styles, all on a 114-inch wheelbase, and all powered by a 6-cylinder, 213-cid, 67.5-bhp Oldsmobile engine, were offered. The cars were all priced around $1,000.
The new Marquette brand was to last for only one year, Model Year 1930. A total of 35,007 cars were built.
The Marquette name had also been used by General Motors for the 1912 model year.