1933 Pontiac

1933 Pontiac

1933 Pontiac

Unique 1933 Pontiac ad-printed in French

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

” Streamlined styling on the Pontiac 2-door sedan, Job Number 3301, was described as the “beaver-back” look. Fenders were skirted and valanced and trimmed with “Speedlines” sculptured into the sheetmetal. They were based on Chevrolet components. The price of $635 for this model included high quality mohair upholstery.”

“Highlights of 1933 Pontiac history included using a talking life-size wooden Indian to promote the new cars at the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago. A total of 2,266 Pontiacs were produced in Canada.”


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