This is a great example of a Steel 1934 Pontiac Sedan. This particular Sedan has gone through a recent and an extensive restoration. There are no dents or dings throughout and the body is in excellent appearing condition. The fit and finish of the body panels are very good. The doors open and close correctly and utilize factory latches and hinges. During the restoration minor body modifications were preformed for personal preference. These alterations include; 1934 Chevrolet bumpers, molded front windshield, custom hood side vents, filled cowl vent and a custom made stainless grille insert.
The paint on this particular car is in great overall condition. It is painted painted two tone red and black for a custom touch. Besides the minor paint chips from driving, there is a small blemish on the trunk lid that isn’t noticeable in pictures.
All of the glass and weather stripes are in great condition with no signs of wear or cracks. The vent windows were removed and power windows added. The interior is in great condition. The Dodge buckets and Caravan rear seat were covered in Charcoal/black tweed material. The rear seats folds down to access a small storage area. The stock appearing dash has newer VDO gauges with a Aluminum insert. All of the gauges seem to work well. Air conditioning was added for convenience during the warm months and the vehicle has a working Pioneer CD player for those long road trips.
The Pontiac has a 350 cubic inch small block Chevy, backed by a automatic transmission. Up front a Mustang II front suspension with Tubular control arms. A power rack & pinion is connected to the GM power steering pump. In the rear custom Ladder bars were installed with coil overs shocks attached to a Mustang 8″ rear axle. A dual master cylinder was installed that operates the power disk/drum brakes.