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1940 Pontiac Custom
3
  • 29,500
  • Gladstone, OR
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • black automatic
Automatic together with a 400 V-8 transmission that makes this car run great. Well done Cloth interior together with the matching door panels. The custom black paint and hand paint flames make this beauty stand out Cloth Interior
29,500 Gladstone, ORGladstone, OR 3 months at classiccars.com
1940 Pontiac coupe Red
3
  • coupe
  • 23,900
  • Elyria, OH
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • coupe red
The original engine and manual three speed transmission have been upgraded to a Chevrolet 350 with a 400 turbo-matic three speed automatic transmission. The Chevrolet 350 engine has a block casting number 3970010, engine stamp pad "CGC" which translates to 245 Horsepower made in 1971
23,900 Elyria, OHElyria, OH 3 months at classiccars.com
1940 Pontiac sedan Black manual
3
  • sedan
  • 37,500
  • San Luis Obispo, CA
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • sedan black manual
upgraded with radial tires and electric fuel pump for easy starting.. It is a California rust free car and a pleasure to drive. It has received a recent paint job, all new Upholstery and an engine rebuild
37,500 San Luis Obispo, CASan Luis Obispo, CA 3 months at classiccars.com
1940 Pontiac SUECIDE 4 DR
3
  • 3,995
  • Jackson, MI
  • 3 months
  • classiccars.com
  • green manual
3,995 Jackson, MIJackson, MI 3 months at classiccars.com
1940 Pontiac Silver Streak Deluxe 6
3
  • 888
  • 14,995 below average
  • 15,000 great
  • Pollock, SD
  • 3 months
  • bismanonline.com
  • 14,995 below average 888 gasoline silver manual
1940 Pontiac Silver Streak Deluxe 6 Restored a few years ago motor, paint, complete professional interior and all new glass.
15,000 Pollock, SDPollock, SD 3 months at bismanonline.com
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1940 Pontiac Torpedo
3
  • 32,995
  • Valrico, FL
  • 6 months
  • classiccars.com
  • green manual
Stylish, reliable, and practical, the pontiac line had something for everyone in 1940, and the result was some of the most attractive cars of the era. The restoration is now several years old and showing its age in some areas, but it certainly falls under the category of a fine ten-footer with great eye appeal. The sleek bodywork looks sporting and trim, a great look for pontiac because it sold a lot of cars in 1940. It retains all its original chrome and trim, including the trademark pontiac streaks running down the center of the hood, and the front bumper is a triumph of pre-war design with three bumper guards and a pair of accessory fog lights. A red strip along the side trim adds some contrast and teardrop fender skirts are a period-correct accessory that make this modest car look big and expensive. The interior has obviously been restored using tan fabric for the seats that's both attractive and durable. The steering wheel is unquestionably original and showing its age, but it's the only part that really needs some tlc; even the trunk is neatly finished with new materials and a correct spare tire stowed underneath. Making an even 100 horsepower from the 249 cubic inch flathead straight-8, performance is lively, thanks to a set of steep gears in back (remember that there were no highways in 1940 and most cars never saw more than 50 mph). The engine bay is not detailed for show but looks period-correct, showing and many authentic components including the oil bath air cleaner and downdraft carburetor. A big part of these cars' appeal lies in the way the machinery does its work, and enjoying one as it was built is a true pleasure. Three-on-the-tree shifting was actually pioneered by pontiac in 1938, and it works as well here as anywhere else, and with good gearing and lots of torque, shifting is not really necessary most of the time. It fires up easily and idles with a nice eight-cylinder grumble from the single tailpipe and wears a set of older 6. 50-16 wide whitewall tires. Parts are still easy to find, and there are enthusiasts everywhere. This is a lot of car for not a lot of money.
32,995 Valrico, FLValrico, FL 6 months at classiccars.com
1940 Pontiac Torpedo Eight Sports Coupe
3
  • coupe
  • 32,995
  • Valrico, FL
  • 6 months
  • classiccars.com
  • coupe green manual
Stylish, reliable, and practical, the pontiac line had something for everyone in 1940, and the result was some of the most attractive cars of the era. The restoration is now several years old and showing its age in some areas, but it certainly falls under the category of a fine ten-footer with great eye appeal. The sleek bodywork looks sporting and trim, a great look for pontiac because it sold a lot of cars in 1940. It retains all its original chrome and trim, including the trademark pontiac streaks running down the center of the hood, and the front bumper is a triumph of pre-war design with three bumper guards and a pair of accessory fog lights. A red strip along the side trim adds some contrast and teardrop fender skirts are a period-correct accessory that make this modest car look big and expensive. The interior has obviously been restored using tan fabric for the seats that's both attractive and durable. The steering wheel is unquestionably original and showing its age, but it's the only part that really needs some tlc; even the trunk is neatly finished with new materials and a correct spare tire stowed underneath. Making an even 100 horsepower from the 249 cubic inch flathead straight-8, performance is lively, thanks to a set of steep gears in back (remember that there were no highways in 1940 and most cars never saw more than 50 mph). The engine bay is not detailed for show but looks period-correct, showing and many authentic components including the oil bath air cleaner and downdraft carburetor. A big part of these cars' appeal lies in the way the machinery does its work, and enjoying one as it was built is a true pleasure. Three-on-the-tree shifting was actually pioneered by pontiac in 1938, and it works as well here as anywhere else, and with good gearing and lots of torque, shifting is not really necessary most of the time. It fires up easily and idles with a nice eight-cylinder grumble from the single tailpipe and wears a set of older 6. 50-16 wide whitewall tires. Parts are still easy to find, and there are enthusiasts everywhere. This is a lot of car for not a lot of money.
32,995 Valrico, FLValrico, FL 6 months at classiccars.com
1940 Pontiac Deluxe Custom
3
  • Scottsdale, AZ
  • 8 months
  • classiccars.com
  • white automatic
Driver & paint old, rest of car new.
Scottsdale, AZScottsdale, AZ 8 months at classiccars.com