1930 Pontiac

1930 Pontiac Coupe

From John Gunnell’s book 75 Years of Pontiac Oakland:

“The standard coupe, Job 30307, was a 2-passenger automobile with storage space below the rear deck and perfectly suited for business use. It was upholstered in velour, and like other 6-30-B Pontiacs, came finished in a wide variety of color combinations. It tipped the scale at 2,518 pounds in basic form, 2,580 pounds with bumpers and guards. Price from Jan. through Aug. 1930 was $745. Later, the cost was trimmed to $665. Jaxon 10-spoke artillery wheels with 6-3/4″ diameter flanges was 19 x 4 inch rims were used. They continued to be made at Jackson, Mich. and were shipped tp Pontiac for installation.”


4 Responses to “1930 Pontiac”

  1. I own job #30357. Any info on that car would be appreciated…..Thank you

  2. Hi Rick – we invite you to join up with POCI, see our web site at poci.org
    We have other 1930 Pontiac owners, technical advisors, classified ads for members and a specialty chapter called the “Early Times Chapter” for 1954 and older Pontiacs.

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