Classic Car Facts
Red exterior ... Brand new custom interior ... 350 CID V-8 ... Automatic ... Power steering ... Power brakes ... Dual exhaust ...
You’ve seen 1939 Chevy customs, and 1939 Ford customs, but when was the last time you saw a 1939 Pontiac custom? If you’re looking for a great cruiser that will no doubt be the only one of its kind at cruise-ins this summer, look no further than this gorgeous 1939 Pontiac Sedan.
Finished in Bright Red, this Pontiac has plenty of eye appeal. Its finish is further accentuated by chrome and bright work that has a beautiful luster. Suicide doors, tinted windows, American Racing wheels and side-exit dual exhaust lend additional distinction to this custom.
The brand new interior is equally distinctive and features custom embroidered Indian heads on the interior door panels—a feature that you will see in no other 1939 Pontiac. An embroidered “39” in the center of the rear seat also provides a unique touch. The seating areas, carpeting, interior door panels, and headliner are all new and show beautifully. You will also appreciate this car’s tilt steering column and Kenwood AM/FM stereo with CD player and power antenna. In addition, a full complement of Faria gauges will keep you informed.
Under the hood you will find a 350 CID V-8 with a mild cam from a 1974 Camaro mated to a TH400 automatic transmission with a 2100 stall converter. The top end of the engine has been rebuilt. Other performance upgrades include the following:
In addition, this car benefits from the following recent mechanical work:
This car runs and drives as well as it looks and is a reliable cruiser. You’ll love the rumble from its Thrush mufflers. The car has been driven approximately 7,900 miles since completed, but total mileage is unknown.
Other items of note are that the fuel gauge occasionally sticks, and the finish has some imperfections. In addition, the glove box compartment has been removed, but the center console will provide you with ample storage for your needs. Included with sale are a spare tire and custom car cover.
If a truly unique cruiser that you can get in and enjoy is what you’re looking for, this 1939 Pontiac Sedan is the one you’ll want to put in your garage today!