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I have been wanting to get back into a pre-war car for a while, and lucked into a really nice 1937 Pontiac 6 2619 Touring Sedan. The car runs and drives as new, and has a correct new interior and new rubber all around. The paint is presentable (Wenonah Maroon), and most of the chrome is pretty good. The car has been in the AACA Driver Participation program for years. I plan to spiff her up a bit with correct body and wheel striping, trim rings, fog lights, etc. Mostly just for my own enjoyiment, but I'll keep everything correct in case I every choose to put her in class judging. The car feels much like the 1937 LaSalle sedan I owned years ago, which is not surprising since they used the same body. The 37 is a perfect mix of older looks with relatively modern driveability. My last pre-war was a 1929 Model A pickup, which was neither comfortable for someone 6'1" or pleasant to drive in our Interstate-locked area.


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