Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1939 Pontiac Deluxe
Eight Touring Sedan. Finished in blue over light brown interior, this car has been in Georgia since the early 1990s. Older restoration has held up well and has seen continuous, light use by its collector owner. Minor patina throughout but no known rust issues. Starts consistently on the first try; runs and drives well. Flathead "Silver Streak" straight eight is remarkably smooth and quiet. Clutch, gearbox and shift linkage feel good, as do the brakes and steering.
Interior is finished with correct materials, down to the faux wood grain painted onto the steel dash and doors. All gauges are working except for the speedometer which has a stuck needle (the odometer is still working properly, and the indicated mileage of 69,189 is believed to be accurate).
Pontiacs from this era were the most affordable way to get into an eight-cylinder family car -- they were a step up from the six-cylinder Chevrolet but cheaper than a Cadillac (or even a Buick). These days the few examples that survive have mostly been turned into hod rods. It's rare to find a correct and unmolested car in turn-key condition like this one. For more information about this 1939 Pontiac Silver Streak for sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.