According to the previous owner, this car was “rediscovered” in the late 1990s in the context of an insolvency of a Pontiac dealer in the US, in completely original state of preservation, and later exported to Germany. The vehicle has been lovingly and carefully restored down to the last detail, while keeping all original parts. German registration documents and H-approval have been provided, and since then the car has been moved only in the context of vintage car get-togethers.
It is unusual that both all metal parts as well as the mechanics are still unchanged. The wooden spoke wheels were preserved and have only been repainted. A highlight is the original seat upholstery, which has only been cleaned and was otherwise left unchanged. Even the cooling water thermometer with capillary tube was restored and re-calibrated by a specialist for more than € 1,000. – .
To top it off, the vehicle comes with a workshop manual and original sales brochure.
A piece of automotive history that has survived nearly a century and presents a sustainable investment.
At the beginning of 1927, the “New Finer 6-27” emerged, distinguishable by its improved front fenders. Additionally, Convertible and Roadster became available.
After further revisions, the “New Series 6-28” was launched in January 1928 accordingly. These models featured a flatter radiator grille and a more fluid bodywork styling.
In 3 years, about 414,000 units were produced, a remarkably large number in its time, surpassing all expectations. The “New Series” was replaced by the “Big Six”, a technically as well as optically rather similar successor model.