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1937 Pontiac Chieftan 2dr sedan project

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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Other
  • SubModel: Chieftan
  • Type: Sedan
  • Year: 1937
  • Mileage: 40,000
  • VIN: 6CA116886
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: Flat Head Six Modified
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Brown
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Pontiac Other 1937 Description

Motor: Disassemble clean inspect-bore & hone block - reman rods new rod bolts - JE custom pistons [alum] with increased compression height – balance reciprocating assy.- regrind cam – rebuild oil pump and modify block for full flow oiling- reman cylinder head all new guides and exhaust valve seats – ad pcv system – rebuild distributor with pertronics electronic ignition – rebuild water pump –install Edmunds dual carb intake with two nos 1937 carter carburetors with electric choke provision – rebuild starter.

Drivetrain: new clutch - rework throw-out bearing for modern clutch suitable for Borg Warner T5 transmission [5spd] – trans to bell housing adaptor – 1955 Chevrolet rear axle assembly with 3:42 gear set rebuilt and installed allowing for a conventional drive shaft all new emergency brake cables and hardware – new wheel cylinders – new brake lines – new remote dual master cylinder - adjustable proportioning valve for balance and possible disk front brakes.

General: Front suspension rebuilt - new kingpins –bearings- rebuilt front lever action shocks - 2 ½” dropped spindles – gas tank cleaned flushed and coated with alcohol compatible anticorrosion sealer – electric fuel pump fuel [pump on motor nonfunctional dress piece] new wiper towers and linkage w/ electric wiper motor - new door- front and rear window seals – radiator cleaned flushed ad checked – 1963 Pontiac manual steering box with a late 60’s tilt column – painless wiring system not finished – auto meter gauges - grill emblem re cloisonné – head lamp reflectors re silvered and converted to h4 halogen lighting with new seal and lenses – power door windows started –door peep mirrors. Most of the original parts are still hanging around and will go with the car. I have owned this since 1988 when purchased the odometer showed 34754 miles and while that speedo was lost I feel that 40000 would be roughly the correct mileage today. The only rust hole I have found is between the rear inner fender and the trunk where the shields had been removed. I made up some for protection and to stabilize the rear fenders . without them the fender tend to flex at speed . There are factory replacements in the trunk. 5one7/304/six366

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