classic 1940 Pontiac Special with suicide doors. The restoration was completed in 1997 and was with this owner for 17 years. My father bought it in 2013 and died a year later and I inherited it and have barely driven it for the last 7 years. It’s been sitting in my garage not being loved. This isn’t a factory 1940 Pontiac by any means. The original engine was replaced by a small block Chevy 350 CID V8, with 260 comp cam with HP adders like Edelbrick intake and carburetor. The 350 V8 in this Pontiac is turning a 350 turbo glide transmission that is hooked to a Chevy Nova rear end. The attention grabbing paint on this 1940 Pontiac is one of a kind. The light green base, accented by the forest green cracked base (Marble/Bowling Ball style) around the fenders gives this a gorgeous look you don’t see very often. Other modifications of not to this 1940 Pontiac include PRC 13lb radiator, rear ended air bag suspension, magma flow mufflers, electric fuel pump, vintage heat, and air, power brakes, sun pro tach, and AM/FM/Cad player. This 1940 Pontiac Special is ready to drive, and waiting for you.