smithbp

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About smithbp

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  1. For Sale. 1936 Pontiac 6BA Silver Streak Deluxe 2 Door Sport Coupe. Asking $17,500.00. Car is located in the Chattanooga, TN area. I have owned this car for a while but have not had time to enjoy it over the past couple years. I would like to see it find a new home where it will get the attention it deserves. Finding a great low mileage original survivor car in this condition that has not been mutilated by someone's bad restoration job or is missing many of the original parts is becoming a thing of the past. Don't miss out on this opportunity! Some specifics about the car: -6 Cylinder -Sport Coupe (rumble seat) -Electric clock and radio -Knee action front suspension -6 volt system (has not been not converted to 12V) -Odometer shows 76,892 miles -Car is currently in running condition This car is in great original shape and is everything you would expect for being almost 75 years old. Some exceptions to note are: -Headlights have been converted to sealed beam at some point in the past. -Rumble seat has been recovered with new vinyl approximately 10 years ago. -Floor mat has been replaced with a piece of automotive carpet. -Exterior was painted with lacquer approximately 12 to 14 years ago (The picture in the listing was taken shortly after that however the car has been in storage since so the paint and chrome have dulled and will need shinning up a bit). There is also one spot on the front right fender where the paint is scuffed. -The tires look new tread wise but are at least 15 years old. -There are a few pieces of rubber (such as the covers around the bumpers) that have been replaced. All other rubber on the car is showing some deterioration (such as cracking) -Driver side window is cracked I have a few parts for the car including two new Coker 600R16 tires, headlight lens and reflectors to convert the headlights back to OE, intake/exhaust valves, and distributor that are included with the purchase of the car. Contact Brian Smith - smithbp@comcast.net
  2. Looking for a rumble seat latch to fit my 1936 pontiac coupe. I'm not sure what other makes/models might be the same as this one. I have the handle and just need the mechanism. Any help would be appreciated!
  3. I might be interested in the motor and transmission. Where is it located?