Somebody’s Business: ’36 Pontiac 3-Window Business Coupe
For 1936, Pontiac retains the distinctive “Silver Streak” chrome grill first introduced in ’35. Business Week magazine, “Salesmen will build their persuasive stories around the idea that the Pontiac is built to last 100,000 miles.” Customers had a choice of body styles includes a business coupe, sport coupe, cabriolet coupe, two door sedan, two door touring sedan, four door sedan and four door touring sedan. The touring sedans have trunks capable of holding more luggage than the standard sedans. The public is very satisfied with Pontiac’s line of automobiles for 1936 and a new sales record is set: 178,496 cars were sold. A small number of those 178,496 cars survived the Depression, a World War, the 50’s hot rod and stock car crazes, and the usual causes of motorcar mortality to become collector items in their old age. Which makes today’s find even more special. It survived not only intact but almost totally original. It is not restored and has had a repaint in the original color, The interior is pristine – remarkable for such a luxurious fabric interior. The Coupe has been in a private collection for years and the seller is thinning out the herd for his retirement. This is a great opportunity for a wonderful turn-key acquisition. Asking $29,500. See more photos and contact information by clicking here.