1931 Pontiac 6-30B Big Six Coupe For Sale or Trade Fresh barn find. This amazing survivor was recently pulled out of a New England barn where it was last parked in 1949. Only minor repairs were needed to get it up and running--and it drivers marvelously well. Car has a fresh battery, new tires, new roof and the passenger side running board was replaced. Otherwise, the car is breathless in its originality and the patina is striking. Original well worn but serviceable mohair interior seats. Standard wood spoke wheels. Powered by a 200 CID 6 cylinder engine, a General Motors innovation. Alfred Sloan, Chief of GMeneral Motors at the time, knew that to compete with Ford's Model A and Chevrolet's runaway success, they need to offer something different. They came up with the 6 cylinder and it was an instant hit. Production costs were kept low by sharing many parts with Chevrolet. The cars were built in Pontiac, Michigan. This car has its last inspection sticker--a 1949 Maine State Fall Inspection on the windshield. Job No: 31301. Body No.: 11455.
1931 Pontiac 6-30B Big Six--SOLD (Washington State) - $0
|Chrome & Trim||All original|
|Tires||Allstate Non Skid new tires on original wooden wheel|
|Upholstery||Original unrestored green mohair|
|Engine||200 CID 6 cylinder|
|Battery||New 6 volt|