1946 Pontiac Torpedo Eight Business Coupe - 2 Door Sedan, Style 2511 - 2711 "CUSTOM STREET ROD"
$15,500.00 OBO - I will consider trades from the list at the bottom of this ad.
Rebuilt SBC 350 Engine and Turbo 400 Automatic Transmission. The engine was rebuilt by a popular local business; Booth-Arons in Berkley, MI.
Pontiac has always been considered the sporty division of GM. Founded in 1926, Pontiac cars have long been sought after for their performance - and the 1946 cars are no exception. Before they were phased out; Pontiac still understood that some consumers want their daily vehicle to be capable of providing a thrilling driving experience.
I bought her from an older retired GM Engineer that started out 15 years ago on a clean stock car. He was retired, had owned old cars and just wanted something he could completely customize on his own. He is a very bright man that really knows his stuff . He started on his retirement project and has gotten it this far; This 1946 Pontiac Torpedo Eight Business Coupe is fitted on a 1987 Monte Carlo Frame/Chassis, and the brakes that had been completely rebuilt. The 1987 Monte Carlo donor car supplied the instrument panel, Shifter, and Axle. The fenders are welded to the body and filled clean with USC All Metal. She was very straight to begin with so we decided to have her painted. We recently had her painted in Hot Rod Smoke and it cost us over $7000 but it was worth it and now she is really cool. All of the interior trim including the dash was also painted in Hot Rod Smoke. We didn't start out building a Rat Rod and I would't say that it is a Rat Rod but more of a really cool street rod.
Original Mohair interior is included and in decent shape.
There is a ton of labor and money in her; my loss is your gain. She has shaved Door and Trunk Handles where electronic switches to open the doors and trunk. The Pontiac Trim on Hood has been Removed/Filled. Doors and Trunk Wired for Power Latches and Windows. Frenched Headlight and Tail Light Buckets. No Need for the original Bumpers; she has has steel pipe welded in behind the panels to act as an Integral Bumper. The templates have been created for the side glass. She Runs and Drives Great.
Deuce, Street Rod, Race, Lead Sled, Cool Car, Slammed, Sleeper, Fast, Hot Rod
Vehicles I Will Consider Trading for are Listed Below;
60's Chevelle, Mustang, Nova, Pontiac GTO, Ventura (Nova Body Style). 55 Pontiac Starchief, 56 Starchief, Pontiac, Mini-Tubbed, Prostreet
Chevrolet, Chevy, GMC; First generation (1964-1966) or Second generation (1967-1970 (Preferred))
Ford or Mercury Econoline; First generation (1961-1967 (Preferred)) or Second generation (1968-1974)
Hippie Vans I Would Consider as Noted Below;
Dodge A100; (1964 - 1970) The A100 is a range of American compact vans and trucks manufactured and
marketed from 1964 to 1970 by Chrysler Corporation under the Dodge marque in the United States and the
Fargo marque in Canada.
Model T Ford
Model A Ford 1930 - 1931
1963-1970 Pontiac A-Body
Pontiac Street Rod - 1920's Pontiac
Classic Muscle Cars from the 50's, 60's, or 70's.
I am NOT Interested in Late Model Stuff Please. Nothing from the 80's or newer unless it's really cool and really sweet.
I am also NOT Interested in Anything with 4 Doors - Absolutely No 4 Door Cars Please... I am also not interested in an 80's or 90's vehicle.