In January 1926 the Pontiac was born. During its first year of sales, Pontiac broke all previous maiden year sales records by any US auto maker. Despite Pontiacs early success, the stock market crash of 1929 left the company struggling, partially due to its sibling brands within the GM family. An executive desicion by GM management afforded the fledging company a more level playing field under the GM umbrella. In order to save Pontiac, the more established Oakland car company was dissolved. This halted further cannibalized sales from its nearest sibling brand and allowed Pontiac a chance to regain ground in the market place. During 1932, Pontiac introduced its expensive V8 model 302, but this expense failed to yield an increase in sales. Therefore the 32 V8s were the best of their kind available for some time. Meanwhile, the proven straight six model 402s held steady, bolstered by an quot;inexpensive yet feature rich quot; approach. This handsomely restored example is clad in maroon paint that presents beautifully. Well equipped with a rumble seat, rear mount spare, wire spoke wheels, this convertible coupe is complemented further with a sophisticated pinstripe - beltline, a stylish slant windshield, and sparkling chrome bright work crowned by the unmistakable Indian Head hood car ornament. A rare prewar car that is sure to turn heads. Complete video of this vehicle available for $50, refunded with vehicle purchase, and includes overnight shipping of video. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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