This is an original, factory stock 1929 Oakland Coupe [a GM product, and predecessor to the Pontiac] with the fenders removed. The straight 6 engine is freshly rebuilt and easily attains highway speeds. Everything is factory, except the brand new rebuilt Zenith updraft carburetor for better performance. The bench seat was removed [which I still have in very nice condition] and buckets seats were put in its place. The bucket seats are covered with NOS 1940s seat covers. All of the coachwork [wood structure which forms the body and floors] was completely remade by a professional coach builder. There is NO RUST on this body. I simply rattle canned the original body panels with a very light coat of satin black. Not a speck of Bondo anywhere. The entire exhaust system is brand new. The 29 Oakland engine is the best engine Oakland ever made. This car starts right up and will run all day long completely unattended. It is a powerful engine. It runs very cool. No chance of overheating in a 29 Oakland. I still have the original rust-free fenders and running boards. As well as the bumpers, bumper brackets, side hood panels, gas tank cover, fender brackets, 4 re-chromed hood hold-downs and headlight stanchions, and a brand new wiring harness with instructions. Also comes with a newly rebuilt extra throwout bearing for the transmission already mounted in an extra flywheel cover. There are no disappointments here. This is a very rare car, and an awesome one at that. The reason theyre so rare is that most of these coupes were turned into hot rods because they already look like one without having to do anything!
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