This article is from the Automotive Industries trade journal from April 7, 1921.
News about women being used for the Drive away program in 1922.
Just a clearer photo of the area shown below.
There is the Buick Drive-Away office at the left. This view from Industrial avenue shows factory #10 in the distance. At this time #10 was the closed body assembly plant. All the buildings heading south along Industrial Avenue is the future site of factory #04 built in 1947.
This area at the south end of factory #12 was the Buick Drive-Away location. This would one day be the Oak Park entrance to Buick City. This would also be the motor line for a couple of years during my time when they walled up this are at the north-end of future factory #04 assembly.