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For sale: 1932 Pontiac model 402 Rumble seat coupe


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SOLD For sale is a 1932 Pontiac 402 Rumble seat coupe. Runs but rebuilt carburetor needs adjustment. Interior is nice. Rust is starting to bubble along the door bottoms, pictures 6 and 7 show the drivers door. Also a dent next to the rear window shown in the last picture. Needs Restoration. $7,500 or best offer.


I would like the Pontiac to go to a Pontiac person who would really appreciate the car.


Call Al at 1 (203) 209-2856 or 1 (203) 377-5355 Located in Stratford, CT. SOLD


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Wow, I know pictures look better than the real thing, but a '32 coupe, one of the best years ever, for ANY make, in presentable condition for that money?

Wow. If only my garage and warehouse had room, and my bank account had money, and frogs had wings....

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I think that car is worth around what you're asking all day long.   Unfortunately, so will many street rodders.  I hope it finds a good home with someone who will preserve it.       

K8096,

I hope whoever buys it will keep it as stock as possible, too. Thank you for saying so.

Vintagecarguy.

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Vintagecarguy, I know I'm not alone when I say that I'm saddened to see that you and your grandfather are passing this car along to someone else.  I'm sure the starter issue could be dealt with fairly easily.  You presented yourself on the forum very well indeed, and many of us will happy to try to guide you on the 1932 Pontiac or any future effort. 

 

I know I identified with your commencement of (what we hope will be) a lifelong learning curve on vintage cars. Even those of us who have been at it for more than 50 years are still learning.  And we wish there had been a resource such as these forums when we began the journey.

 

Please keep us in mind and stay in touch.

 

Very best regards, and with wishes for happiness and success.

 

George aka Grimy

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Vintagecarguy, I know I'm not alone when I say that I'm saddened to see that you and your grandfather are passing this car along to someone else.  I'm sure the starter issue could be dealt with fairly easily.  You presented yourself on the forum very well indeed, and many of us will happy to try to guide you on the 1932 Pontiac or any future effort. 

 

I know I identified with your commencement of (what we hope will be) a lifelong learning curve on vintage cars. Even those of us who have been at it for more than 50 years are still learning.  And we wish there had been a resource such as these forums when we began the journey.

 

Please keep us in mind and stay in touch.

 

Very best regards, and with wishes for happiness and success.

 

George aka Grimy

George,

 

thank you for your kind comments. As much as I would like to keep the Pontiac (I've liked it since I first saw it 8 or 9 years ago), I'm not really for project cars anymore. At one time when I was a little younger when "anything could/can be done" I was interested in projects but now not so much.

 

It does sadden me too that we're moving on with it. I think even my grandfather too, and he doesn't get attached to cars as often as I do.

The starter is not a big deal and isn't the reason we're selling it.

 

Thank you again for your kind words. 

Gerald Ambrose Jr.

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