1926 MCLAUGHLIN-BUICK MODEL 26-24X COUNTRY CLUB ROADSTER: These cars were distinctly Canadian and known as McLaughlins. They did not become known as McLaughlin-Buicks until 1923. They had a reputation as a high quality car, featuring better appointments than an American Buick. This Country Club Roadster was built for export and sold in England. The nameplate on the dash reads: The Royal Forest Garage, Automobile Engineers, Chingford, E.4., Silverthorne 2200.