- GR8 RUNNING 200 I6
- SUPERB TWO-TONE COLOR
- CLEAN, TITLE DOCS
It’s rare to find a piece of history that you can so readily take for a Sunday drive. Pontiac lovers will know 1931 as the year General Motors announced Oakland would stop making cars, leaving its companion Pontiac to become the primary brand. And you get to tell the story of this car’s significance as others marvel at the paint. The beige has the right period-correct look, but it also gives off the shine of a quality respray much later in life.
Under the hood is a correct 200 cubic-inch straight-six. It runs with the kind of readiness that tells you this classic has been nicely maintained. And the condition of the correct and tidy engine bay reinforces this feeling of a respected classic. Even the carb was recently rebuilt. Getting this sedan on the road feels like an industrial symphony of simplicity. The exhaust has a rhythmic chug that is like being in charge of a mini locomotive as the tempo increases with the acceleration. The three-speed manual transmission has new synchros, so you can really take control of this motor with confidence.
Complete with title documentation, this is a true piece of history that makes you the most interesting person everywhere you go just by arriving.
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