A Buck Super 126 4-door Tourback Sedan Model 52 is featured on this page of the 1950 Buick sales catalog along with its F-263 engine. The text for the Super Tourback Sedan says, Here's the long version of the Super family. Here's the rear seat roominess of a limousine - with the extra side windows for good looks and good looking out. Legroom, hiproom, headroom aplenty inside this beauty. The text for the F-264 engine says, A new power plant makes the Super a super-fine buy. Take all the spirited Buick styling from bumper-grille to built-in backup lights. Take the matchless Buick ride, the handsome Buick interior. Mount it on a 121.5-inch wheelbase - or 125.5 inches with the king-size Super 126. Then - add a brand-new Fireball power plant - the F-263. An engine with more life, more lift, and, if anything, better fuel economy. An engine with larger bearings, crankshaft, and pins, but with shorter, lighter rods and pistons. Choose Synchro-Mesh transmission and 124 horsepower. Or Dynaflow Drive (at extra cost) and 128 horsepower. Whichever you take, you'll be getting the best buy in the middle bracket field - a sizable, scintillating Super, with a new and eager lease on life.
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