1947 Pontiac Streamliner Standard Woody Wagon For Sale or Trade A wonderful woody, this Streamliner Standard is powered by the reliable Straight 8 motor, with 3 speed manual and finished in Asbury Green with wood panels. Berwick Beige interior upholstered seats with tin woody painted dash, wood slat roof and wood door panels. As some background on this model: the Pontiac Streamliner is a full-sized car that was produced by Pontiac from the 1942 to the 1951 model years. Station wagons had two seats in Deluxe trim and used imitation leather upholstery and passenger car style interior hardware. Ranging in price from $1942 for a standard Six to $2047 for a Deluxe Eight, Streamliner station wagons continued to be the most expensive Pontiac model. In 1947 the "Silver Streak" styling theme was continued, now with five bands of chrome on hoods. All Pontiacs had new grilles with four broad gently bowed horizontal bars. Hoods and fenders were protected by an inverted steer's horn shaped bar incorporating a die cast plate with indianhead relief. Windshield, door and garnish moldings were finished in Autumn Brown with dado stripe border moldings. Streamliner station wagons ranged in price from $1992 for a standard Six to $2111 for a Deluxe Eight, again making them Pontiac's most expensive model.
1947 Pontiac Streamliner Woody--SOLD (Massachusetts) - $0
|Chrome & Trim||Woody and Chrome|
|Engine||249 cu in (4.1 L) Silver-Streak I8|
|Transmission||3 speed on the tree|