1929 Oakland All-American Six Vehicle Profile

Landaulet Sedan
Coachwork: Fisher
Edward M. Murphy of the Pontiac Buggy Company began producing Oakland cars in 1908. On April 9, 1909, Oakland was purchased by General Motors, which had been organized just seven months earlier. Under GM, Oakland became an upper-medium priced car that sold well during the teens and into the 1920s.

In 1926, Oakland started building the lower-priced Pontiac as a 'companion car.' The relatively inexpensive 6-cylinder Pontiac was an immediate success and quickly overshadowed the more costly Oakland. The last Oakland was built in 1931. More than one million Oaklands had been produced by that time.

The senior Oakland for 1928 and 1928 was advertised as the 'All-American Six.' The 1929 model featured new styling, but continued to use the 212-cubic-inch engine introduced in 1928. All 1929 Pontiacs and Oaklands featured a chrome divider bar that vertically split their radiators visually.

This Oakland is finished in one of the two 1929 color combination that did not have black fenders. The Oakland Sedan listed for $1,245 - about one-third more than a comparable Pontiac. Its 117-inch wheelbase was seven inches longer than the 1929 Pontiac. Oakland production for 1929 totaled 50,693 cars.

This rare example of the 1929 Oakland was stored for more than 60 years before it was obtained and restored by the current owner.

Chassis#

No auction information available for this vehicle at this time.

Analysis

Chassis number Auction Sales History

2012 1
2010 1
2009 1

YearAvg. SaleHigh Sale# of Sales
2012$27,500$27,5001
2010$5,060$5,0601
2009$27,500$27,5001

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1929 sales)
1929 OAKLAND ALL AMERICAN SIX 2 DOOR COUPE
Chassis#: 242981
Sold for $27,500
  2012 Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas
 
1929 Oakland Sedan
Sold for $5,060
  2010 Auctions America : Auburn Collector Car Auction
 
1929 OAKLAND 4 DOOR SEDAN
Sold for $27,500
  2009 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction
 

No Sale

1929 Oakland All-American Six's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High

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