This 1910 truck is one of a handful of double-chain-drive Buicks known to exist.

This truck was purchased new by the postmaster in Madison, a mill town located in the mountains of Western Maine (Madison/Skowhegan), to assist him in his delivery of the mail. Used sparingly, the truck was eventually put into storage in favor of using the horse for local deliveries.

Specifications: Engine two-cylinder opposed, air-cooled; bore 4-1/2 in., stroke 5 in., displacement 159 cu. in., 22 hp.

Accession no. 1981L01

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