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1950 Pontiac Streamliner Silver Streak 8 For Sale ** Pictures and Video


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$30,980

1950 Pontiac Streamliner with Pontiac Silver Streak 8  ** 3 speed ** CALIFORNIA CAR ** This is a beautiful car inside and out. The interior is in excellent condition and seems to be original. Very nice dash with elegant gauges.  The body is super solid and straight. Paint shines bright and chrome is nice condition as well. Turn the key and push the starter button and the engine fires right up and runs smooth. This is a former junior Concours d'Elegance Award winning car that took a perfect score back in 2003. This is ready for the upcoming car shows and cruises. Make this unbeatable deal yours today before its gone. 
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I question the vinyl interior as authentic, much less as original to the car.  In college, many years ago, I owned a 1950 Pontiac Chieftain purchased new by my aunt and uncle.  Despite being the base-trim model like this one, mine had a rather nice broadcloth interior similar to that found in the following 1951 (couldn't immediately find a 1950) brochure as "standard."  I would welcome any proof that a plain, pleat-free vinyl interior was even optional.

 

http://www.motorologist.com/wp-content/uploads/1951-Pontiac-line-brochure.pdf

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That yardage screams 1980s to me, and in 1984 I might have even been able to tell you what grain and color from those pics. Leather was fairly common in early 50s closed Pontiacs at a time you didn't see it in too many closed cars. It was in more deluxe models, and not completely plain like that. For what it's worth, the seams look fairly straight, and would be easy to live with for a daily driver.

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Sharp car. Not $31K sharp, but a great driver.

Seller says upholstery SEEMS original. A little weasel word makes all the difference, right?

It'd be interesting to know which Concours they're talking about, and that perfect score.

 

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