1951 Pontiac Streamliner Station Wagon 268 CI inline 8-cylinder engine


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268 CI inline 8-cylinder engine
Downdraft carburetor
Oil bath air cleaner
Column-shifted 3-speed transmission
Semi-elliptic rear leaf springs
Fulton traffic light finder
Sun visor
Fender skirts
Bumper guards
Clock and pushbutton radio
Wide Whitewall tires
This Pontiac has been treated to a comprehensive restoration and features a 268 CI inline 8-cylinder engine with a 2-barrel downdraft carburetor, oil-bath air cleaner, column-shifted 3-speed transmission, semi-elliptic rear leaf springs, sun visor, rear fender skirts, bumper guards, clock, pushbutton radio and wide whitewall tires. Other features include a gorgeous red and white cloth and vinyl bench-seat interior with a beige ribbed headliner. A Fulton traffic-light viewer is mounted on the dash. Having a fixed exterior sun visor made it difficult to see a traffic light if it was at an unusually high perch or the car was too close to the intersection. The traffic-light viewer was a popular way to overcome this problem. It was a concave, wide-angle “fish eye” lens that allowed the driver to see the traffic light.
1951 Pontiac Streamliner Station Wagon 268 CI inline 8-cylinder engine
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268 CI inline 8-cylinder engine
Downdraft carburetor
Oil bath air cleaner
Column-shifted 3-speed transmission
Semi-elliptic rear leaf springs
Fulton traffic light finder
Sun visor
Fender skirts
Bumper guards
Clock and pushbutton radio
Wide Whitewall tires
This Pontiac has been treated to a comprehensive restoration and features a 268 CI inline 8-cylinder engine with a 2-barrel downdraft carburetor, oil-bath air cleaner, column-shifted 3-speed transmission, semi-elliptic rear leaf springs, sun visor, rear fender skirts, bumper guards, clock, pushbutton radio and wide whitewall tires. Other features include a gorgeous red and white cloth and vinyl bench-seat interior with a beige ribbed headliner. A Fulton traffic-light viewer is mounted on the dash. Having a fixed exterior sun visor made it difficult to see a traffic light if it was at an unusually high perch or the car was too close to the intersection. The traffic-light viewer was a popular way to overcome this problem. It was a concave, wide-angle “fish eye” lens that allowed the driver to see the traffic light.

Additional information

Make: Pontiac
Model: Streamliner
Type: Station Wagon
Year: 1951
Doors: 4
Mileage: 16577
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Red
Exterior Color: Black
Vehicle Identification Number: P8US3708
United States, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City
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