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1930 Pontiac Model 6-30 B

Make: Pontiac
Model: Model 6-30 B
SubModel: 6-30B
Type: Sedan
Year: 1930
Mileage: 35,000
VIN: 621989B
Color: Black
Engine: Split head 6
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Nixa, Missouri, United States

Description for Pontiac Model 6-30 B 1930

First thing read my feedback. I am established as an honest seller with happy customers. This is a 35000 mile "Big Six" Pontiac that runs excellent. Was in a barn in Arkansas since early 50's. Good title. NO through rust. New tires. Body straight. "Steeldraulic" brakes. These cars were the first to advertise a 100000 engine life. See vid on u tube under Joe Wilson 1930 Pontiac. This is a remarkable example and these are FEW and far between. I can drive this car anywhere with no problem. This is a truly remarkable old car! Everyone marvels at how smooth and quiet she runs. And this car drives great. Windows all roll up and down smooth and easy.P.S.- If you notice that in the main picture the cast feathers are broke off the back of the Indian head radiator cap and in another picture they are there. I have 2 caps and I put the broken one on when I am driving it around doing errands because I do not want the unbroken nice one (which is included) to get stolen. They are expensive. Also in case you do not know there are literally 1000's of Model A and T fords around for every ONE of these. These are 90% more rare for sure. I had another Pontiac almost identical to this one and it sold to people in Poland for this kind of money PLUS they paid to ship. My other car had the SAME rust pattern and we guess something to do with the way it condensates moisture different on the fenders and hood because contrary to popular belief the front was NOT sticking out of the barn in the weather causing more rust. It was ALL inside the barn when the surface rust took place. There is a spare "New in box" Harrison radiator core with this car as well. This car should be left as a survivor! Also wanted to mention that I did take the oil pan off before I ran it and made sure there was no sediment in it as they can pick that up and cause problems. This happens after they set a lot. So it is clean.