The Pontiac Sedan Delivery was based on the station wagon model, with the rear side windows replaced by sheet metal. Designed for light delivery duty, these vehicles were very popular with florists, grocers, drug stores, hardware stores and package courier services. Pontiac built only 1,324 examples of the Sedan Delivery in 1953, and very few survive today. This vehicle was originally sold in California, and was later moved to Massachusetts and later to Ohio. It was purchased at Hershey, PA, in 2003, and has undergone a complete restoration.