1931 Pontiac Other
Very rare Fisher body number 1262. Rarest of the 1931 Fisher bodied Pontiacs. Said to have been 2000 built in 1931 and 10 remaining. The wood structure's normally didn't last over time but this cabriolet has perfect wood and no rust. They built many more Model A's and they had no wood. That's why there are so many around. Don't confuse this with the mass produced Ford. This is the first year Pontiac was under the GM moniker. Previously under Oakland division but the Pontiacs became more popular then the Oaklands and Oakland brand was dissolved. It has a split head six cylinder engine producing 60 gut wrenching HP. 3 speed manual transmission. Runs, rives and stops good (For 1931 stopping standards). Niceupholstery, o tears. 1931 Pontiacs offered huge improvements from the previous year, ncluding full pressure lubrication, eavier gauge steel frame, prings with rubber bushing, etter motor mounts, teeldraulic brakes, nd a stronger rear axle (Hyatt roller pinion bearing). This particular car has had an older restoration. It also has some cool options. Dual side mounts, runk rack, eater. The windshield folds down. Body is in great shape but there are some areas where the paint is scratched off. Also on the left cowl it looks like a belt or wheel went thru the metal door below the louvers. The gas gauge and amp meter doesn't work. There's a small tear on the fabric roof (can be repaired). Needs carpet and running board rubber which can be purchased on eBay. Heater isn't hooked up electrically. Chrome in great shape, indow frames plating could use a freshning up. Mech. fuel pump has been replaced with elec. pump and regulator. Brand new 6 volt commercial battery. Great driver as is or an easy restoration to bring it to perfection. Too rare to chop up into a hot rod or rat rod. It gets a lot of honks and thumbs ups on the road. You just don't see these come for sale very often. Don't miss your chance to own something that most don't have. Low reserve. Shipping at buyers expense. I will load onto truck if requested. $1000 deposit required within 48 hours. Full payment within 7 calendar days. Good luck bidding.