Buick Series B (1914)
Blanks are from wood spokes salvaged from an original wood spoke wheels of Buick Series B cars from 1914.
Blanks are a minimum of 3/4" x 3/4"
All blanks will come with one COA per blank.
Buick is a division of the American automobile manufacturer General Motors. Named for automotive pioneer David Dunbar Buick, it was among the first American marques of automobiles established in 1908.
For much of its existence in the North American market, Buick has been marketed as a premium automobile brand, selling luxury vehicles positioned above GM's mainstream brands, while below the flagship luxury Cadillac division.
Buick produced 21,217 vehicles in 1914. There was a single series, the Series B, but it came in a variety of flavors. The Model B-24 and B-25 were offered in roadster or touring configurations with a 165 cubic-inch four-cylinder 22 horsepower engine. The B-35, B-37, and B-38 were available in Roadster or Touring configurations with a 221 cubic-inch four-cylinder 35 horsepower engine. The B-38 was the first in Buick’s history as a fully enclosed coupe vehicle. The top of the line Buick in 1914 was the Model B-55. It was powered by a six-cylinder 331 cubic-inch 48 horsepower engine, the first Buick vehicle to be powered by a six-cylinder engine.
These blanks are made from the hickory wooden wheel spokes of Buick Series B cars. The Buick Series B wheels were in production from 1914 to 1924. The wood is certified and distributed by Hardin Penworks, LLC. This material is guaranteed to be 100% Authentic.