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Matt Harwood

1929 Pontiac 6-29 Two-Door Sedan

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1929 Pontiac "Big Six" two-door sedan. Older restoration still in good order. Runs and drives well, no significant modifications. Good paint and chrome, nice interior, reasonably well detailed engine compartment. Could probably use tires, but it looks good on the blackwalls. Everything works except the fuel gauge and horn. Ready to enjoy entry-level hobby car. $14,900.

 

 

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Nice looking Pontiac.  Are the bumpers painted or powder coated?  They don’t match the chrome on the rest of the car.  As you said, a nice entry level car.

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They are chrome. They just look like that because of the white floor and gray walls in the photo studio. I don't have a photo that shows anything but the neutral background, although this one shows a bit of reflection. They are chrome and in good condition.

 

 

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What an excellent looking Series 6-29A.  Beautiful original looking colours.  I see four things that are not stock but could be easily remedied.  Anyone who buys this should know that my Series 6-30B has given me 59 years of excellent service on top of the 29 years of service that it gave my Grandfather.  In the years that I have driven mine I have put 400,000+ miles on it and only been towed home once.  In 99,000 miles my Grandfather was towed home once.  I drive many miles at night and/or on the highway, usually cruising at 50-55 mph.  A very easy care and easy to drive vehicle.  I hope the person that buys it wants to drive it, not just take it to local shows.

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Nice looking two door sedan with good colors. You certainly won't be parked next to another one at a car show. A perfect and affordable car for someone who wants to be different.

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After all the recent hoopla in these forums about the (death of, overpricing, undervaluing, hoarding, lack of interest) in prewar cars it has been interesting to see the amount of high quality and affordable cars that have been advertised for sale in just the last month, this one being a prime example. If you want a prewar car it seems to me that this is a very good time to acquire one.

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