1936 Pontiac automobile
View of a 1936 Pontiac sedan. Printed on front: "The 1936 Pontiac '8' four-door touring sedan." Printed on back: "The 1936 Silver Streak Pontiac '8' four-door touring sedan. This smart model of the car that's built to last 100,000 miles clearly shows why America calls Pontiac the most beautiful thing on wheels. Packed with all that's best of all that's new in the way of features, second to no car for quality and economy, the low-priced Pontiac Six and Eight are everywhere regarded as one of the finest value achievements of modern industry. Pontiac Motor Company, Pontiac, Michigan." Handwritten on back: "Thu. a.m. Dear folks, we are planning to come to see you this Sat., shortly after noon. Wanted to come yesterday, but Grandma has to go to the bank. Will not come for dinner. Best wishes. Lovingly, Dale." Card is postmarked January 2, 1936.
- Resource ID:
- Pontiac automobile
- Pontiac Motor Company
- 1 postcard : col. ; 3.5 x 5.5 in.
- National Automotive History Collection
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