1947 Pontiac

1947 Pontiac

1947 Pontiac

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

“1947 brought little change in the Pontiac product lineup or in the design of the cars. Outwardly, the cars had the same appearance as their 1946 counterparts except for the elimination of engine identification badges ahead of the front fender speedlines and the use of new grilles with horizontal bars only.”

“Silver Streak styling was still the keynote of the Pontiac design motif. Five bands of chrome swept over the hood and down the trunk on most cars. Twin-striped triple bead speedlines were used on both the front and rear fenders.”

“A total of 230,600 units left the factory by January 9, 1948, the final date 1947 models were built.”

(Fastback Torpedo Sedan Coupe shown in ad)

One Response to “1947 Pontiac”

  1. Ken Parsons Says:

    Hi are there floor pans parts for these cars. Thanks

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