The 1934 Buick Series 90 Model 91 four door sedan/pickup conversion is a very complete, solid high-desert vehicle ready to be restored or customized. The Series 90 is Buick's largest car for 1934. This is a very scarce car with optional dual front spare side mounts. The model 90 Buick is the only Buick for 1934 listed in the Classic Car Club of America directory as a "Grand Car". The conversion to a pickup took place during World War II when gas was rationed and pickup trucks were exempt from the rationing. Thus many ranch-based family sedans were converted to "Montana pickup trucks" to circumvent fuel rationing. The vehicle was build by my friend's grandfather and was used to haul hay and wheat on the family farm in central Montana during and after WW II. The truck was parked on the near the ranch in the 70's and has been there ever since. The body has very solid and dry western desert sheet metal. The right front fender is dented behind the wheel well and there is a welded seam running across the top front of the fender. The left door is bent. The wooden bed is deteriorated but it is more or less all there. The rear bumper is missing. The interior is all there. The dash is very nice with all the gauges in good condition. The original radio is there. Buick's largest 345 CID OHV inline straight eight cylinder 116 HP motor and power train are all there. The chassis is straight and solid. Don't miss this opportunity to restore or customize a CCCA-class 34 Buick "Montana Pickup" 4 door sedan.
Please call (406) 318-0270 for details about this unique 34 Buick "Montana Pickup". For sale $5,000.
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