The 1939 Pontiac Series 25 was clothed in the Chevy A-body shell with a Pontiac front-end styling. It was streamlined in appearance with its Silver Streak moldings, horizontal grille bars, and headlights mounted directly to the front fenders. There were five bodystyles to select from including a coupe, two- and four-door touring sedan, station wagon, and sport coupe. The Coupe was the least expensive, selling for $2,870 while the station wagon was on the opposite end of the spectrum, selling at $3,175.
Under the bonnet was an L-head six-cylinder engine that displaced 222.7 cubic-inches and produced 85 horsepower. There was a three-speed synchromesh gearbox and four-wheel hydraulic brakes. By Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2008