The 1949 Pontiac Streamliner Eight DeLuxe was an anomaly in the postwar auto market. After WWII, most U.S. automakers dusted off their 1942s and sold all the cars they could make. Read how the 1948 Pontiac Streamliner Eight DeLuxe was an exception.
The 1940 Pontiac Special Six was one of the more stylish wood-bodied station wagons of its day. It was offered in five closed body styles and prices ranged from $783 up to $1015 for the eight-passenger wagon. See pictures and read about this classic car.
The 1949 Pontiac Streamliner Wood Body Wagon was the last of the wood-bodied Pontiac cargo haulers. Though pricey, this model makes a solid investment if you're willing to care for the wood paneling. Read about the value of this collectible vehicle.
The 1949 Pontiac Chieftain DeLuxe was the cream of the crop in Pontiac's first new postwar generation. Explore the advantages of this collectible car plus learn about its construction and specifications.
The 1942-1948 Pontiac Streamliner was the last prewar Pontiac in the division's upper-priced series. Considered GM's nicer-looking mid-1940's car, it was built with quality materials. Get construction details on this collectible car.