NOTE PRICE DROP. MAKE OFFER
HERE IS A RARE 1939 PONTIAC (NOT CHEVROLET) COUPE - MODEL
IT HAS THE FOLLOWING:
350 CHEVY MOTOR (REBUILT)
ELECTRIC WINDSHIELD WIPER CONVERSION
FATMAN FABRICATION FRONT CLIP /DISC BRAKES
S10 REAR / 373 POSI WITH DISC BRAKES
SILVERADO BUCKET SEATS WITH BUILT-IN SEAT BELTS
AIR SHOCKS ON REAR
REMOTE TRANSMISSION COOLER
I BELIEVE EVERYTHING WORKS BUT THE CLOCK (STILL 6 VOLT) IN THE GLOVE BOX DOOR AND THE DOME LIGHT. (NEVER EVEN LOOKED INTO THAT)
THE FATMAN FABRICATION FRONT CLIP WAS INSTALLED CORRECTLY WITH ADDED SUPPORT PLATES.
THE RADIO/ CD PLAYER ARE NOT HIGH-END BUT DO WORK. I
NEVER LISTENED TO IT SO IT'S LIKE NEW.
THIS STREET ROD RUNS VERY WELL AND ONE CAN DRIVE IT ANYWHERE. IT DRIVES AND STOPS VERY WELL. IT LOOKS GOOD AND IS VERY STRAIGHT BUT IS NOT PERFECT. IT IS A VERY GOOD DRIVER AND SHOWS WELL. IT COULD EASILY BE TAKEN TO THE NEXT LEVEL OR ENJOY IT AS IS.
THIS CAR IS QUITE SIMILAR TO THE 1939 CHEVY COUPE WHICH ARE PLENTIFUL BUT THESE PONTIAC COUPES ARE RARE, ESPECIALLY THE MODEL 25'S WHICH ARE SHORTER THAN THE MODEL 26'S. IT HAS TWO FOLDABLE JUMP SEATS IN THE BACK.
FEEL FREE TO MAKE ME A REASONABLE OFFER. QUESTIONS? JUST ASK. THANKS FOR LOOKING!
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