1931 Pontiac

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1931 Pontiac

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

“Pontiac’s Fine Six 4-door Custom Sedan, Job 31319, was originally brought to market as a 2,743 pound car priced at $785 and equipped with five spoke artillery wheels. It weighed 42 pounds less than the same 1930 model similarly equipped. A month after these cars were introduced, in January 1931, 45-spoke Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels were made a regular feature and were a big help in catching the eye  of potential buyers. Outwardly the Custom Sedan is distinguished by a chrome headlight tie bar.”


One Response to “1931 Pontiac”

  1. Harry W . Hannula Says:

    I have a 1931 Oakland V-8 that I have owned for over 50 years.

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