1939 Pontiac Series 25 Quality Six

During the 1930's and 1940's, most manufacturers subcontracted construction of their station-wagon bodies. This 1939 Pontiac has mahogany body panels framed in white ash built by Hercules Co. An alternate choice, a body with birch panels also framed in white ash, was built by Ionia Manufacturing. Genuine wood was attractive but it required frequent maintenance. Pontiac produced its last true 'Woody' in 1949.

Collection of Rich Plastino

Source - Petersen Museum

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Price Comparison

1939 Series 25 Quality Six
$995-$8,400
1939 Pontiac Series 25 Quality Six Price Range: $760 - $995

Model Year Production

#1#2#3Pontiac
1942Chevrolet (254,885)Ford (160,432)Plymouth (152,427)83,555
1941Chevrolet (1,008,976)Ford (691,455)Plymouth (522,080)330,061
1940Chevrolet (764,616)Ford (541,896)Plymouth (430,208)217,001
1939Chevrolet (577,278)Ford (487,031)Plymouth (423,850)144,340
1938Chevrolet (465,158)Ford (410,263)Plymouth (285,704)97,139
1937Ford (942,005)Chevrolet (815,375)Plymouth (566,128)236,189
1936Ford (930,778)Chevrolet (918,278)Plymouth (520,025)236,189
1935Ford (820,253)Chevrolet (548,215)Plymouth (350,884)178,770
1934Ford (563,921)Chevrolet (551,191)Plymouth (321,171)78,859

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