Like a Dick Tracy comic book gangster car pulled from the pages and come to life, this absolutely one of a kind 1937 Pontiac Sedan was nicknamed the "Silver Streak" by GM when they launched the 1937 complete platform ground up redesign. Just don't call this razor straight body-off full steel restomod that began her new life in 2007 an antique. A turquoise head-turner that makes best friends everywhere she goes, the vehicle is mechanically flawless down to its electric antenna and ready to drive cross-country or to the far side of the moon. Although dripping with grace and style--it has NO LEAKS, rattles or squeaks of any kind. Performing like a modern day vehicle that drives like a dream in town or at full highway speeds, she has made half a dozen cross country trips floating across the landscape in perfect comfort at 75mph. Some of those trips were to collect trophies, and some were just to see what lies beyond. Whether on the road, out for a quick jaunt or at the valet lane, you will garner more attention in this vehicle than a brand new exotic or super car. Her exterior/interior body color is Ford Aqua--and is a true turquoise despite any of the various color representations in the images due to lighting (the lead image in the ad best represents her true hue to the human eye in all conditions). She is motivated by a small block Chevy 350 V8, a 3-speed 350 auto "Turbo" trans and a 4-barrel Edelbrock carb. The engine note purrs and roars through stainless steel header exhaust mufflers, and the petrol is contained by a 16 gallon stainless steel fuel tank. She is underpinned by a Camaro independent suspension front end with disc brakes and a Firebird 2.73 rear end with drums. Thermal management is aided by a high performance computer controlled radiator fan that keeps the engine/trans perfectly in range despite the Vegas heat. BF Goodrich street tires strapped to polished aluminum vintage Boyd's wheels keep her pinned to the tarmac. A matching aluminum Boyd's steering wheel and a British wool tweed interior set off an extremely well insulated and ultra quiet cabin, and are complimented by embossed door panels with vintage Pontiac chief logos, as well as custom embossing in the headliner and rear interior panels. The rear boot's interior carries on with that same theme. Creature comforts include top of the line brand new Vintage Air A/C that will freeze you out, a power driver's seat, power windows (including rear "vent" windows), power locks, power brakes, power steering with tilt, complete and matching Stewart Warner "Wings" gauge set (including clock) with custom polished billet aluminum instrument cluster, premium audio 7" Kenwood CD/DVD touchscreen (bluetooth) with custom polished billet aluminum bezel supporting the tach, front and rear cameras, hideaway subwoofer and fully retractable modern seat belts. As an extra nod to the juxtaposed vintage-modern play, headlamps have angel eyes that can be turned any color via the iOS/Android app. And just to ensure you never have to unceremoniously phone AAA, she rolls with a brand new battery, alternator and starter. Custom highway bras and car cover included. Become a part of this amazing vehicle's nearly 85 year history and open-ended future. Call me and we can figure out where you'll park her. Jason, (248) 665-5360.
Recently appraised and certified at $55,000, that report can happily be provided. The vehicle was issued a coveted Nevada "B" VIN, which circumvents the need for an annual smog certification. She is also extremely inexpensive to register at your DMV, owing to the original MSRP of $881 85 years ago. Here in Nevada that computes to about $60 a year in a state notorious for its outlandish license tag costs.
Curb weight comes in at ~3500 lbs, and I'm happy to help arrange shipping if required. Conversely, a trip to Vegas to pick up your new baby never hurts either. Luck be a lady.