1936 Pontiac Master Series 6 Touring Sedan For consignment, a barn find 1936 Pontiac Master Series 6 Touring sedan. A more streamlined, Art Deco machine that ushered in a design cue destined to be a trademark for the division for more than 20 years, the famed Silver Streak. It will need plenty of TLC to bring it back to snuff, but it could be a labor of love and time spent in your personal space as one with the project! NO TITLE-SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY Exterior Up front, the Silver Streak treatment begins as a bright band, (now sadly heavily surface rusted), of multiple ribs running from the base of the windshield and across the top of the hood, forming a somewhat streamlined waterfall grille. Complementary touches included deco-inspired trim on the hood sides and large bullet styled encased circular headlights. Legend has it that the Silver Streak design theme was inspired by a photo of a Napier race car, its oil cooler protruding through the hood, that Hershey saw in a French magazine. Below is a semi-shiny simple curved bumper framing the bottom of the cars front end. A large curved english wheel shaped fender, almost the beginnings of the pontoon styling, frames the front tire and wheel. This moves rearward eventually hooking up with a running board and then leading to the rear fender which is a simple curve inset more input the rear bodywork. Patina riddles the body in the form of rust, both surface and invasive, faded paint, dents, staining and overall wear. The running boards have black ribbed rubber coating on them, which may have protected them over the course of the last 87 years. 4 doors, with the glass showing major hazing cataracts and the drivers rear being replaced with plexiglass is seen. The roofline is surface rusted and the rear doors are rear hinged. In back, a humpback styled trunk is on and it has a wonderful bottom curve created by the rear fender lines wrapping downward and curving across the back. Another simple curved bumper, this time tarnished and rusted, frames the bottom and a single tail light casings, although the lens is gone. 16-inch steel wheels with 3 shiny chrome dog dish caps, have mixed style tires wrapping them to make the car easier to move around. Interior A swing of the doors and we see the tattered remnants of the coffee brown mohair door panels that have long since been water damaged and rotted out. A front and rear bench are in and surprisingly their brown mohair covers remain intact and usable. The headliner and side interior panels are dry rotted away revealing the structural metal. The dual eyebrow curved dash front is in need of total restoration, as are the floors and instrument panel of the dash. Drivetrain Under the hood is a 208ci inline 6 cylinder. It has a 1-barrel carburetor and a 3 speed manual transmission. On the back is a 4.44 rear axle. The engine does not presently run and plenty of surface rust and corrosion is noted for this engine and bay. Undercarriage Heavy surface rust is vouchering all steel X framing, and stamped floor pans. The rust is heavier on the undersides of the floor boards and hangers for them. The beginnings of invasive rust holes are seen on the floor pans at various areas as well. Leaf springs are all around, and drum braking is on all 4 corners. Definitely a barn find, plenty of TLC is needed for this model which does have beautiful high end Art Deco lines, and snazzy interior styling. It just needs to be brought back by the correct individual, all theyll need is ambition. NO TITLE-SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 850 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display. This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.