1957 Canadian Pontiac Laurentian Sport Sedan ( Florenceville, New Brunswick, Canada) $44,900 cad or $34,900 usd You are looking at one heck of a Pontiac, as most Pontiac Aficionados know this vehicle was only produced in Canada and well less than 3k of them were ever made. Which means that the chances of you ever running into the same car in the states is next to nothing. This vehicle does sit on a Chevrolet frame and it is coming with the period correct 283cu v8 and a Powerglide automatic transmission as they were produced in 57\'. This is coming in absolutely gorgeous condition, the frame off restoration was completed back in 05\' however you would never be able to guess as it has less than 7k miles and has never seen bad weather since. Absolutely everything has been gone through including the engine, all of the original exterior pieces have been re-chromed, and all of the stainless has been polished. The Pontiac is equipped with Dual spot lights ( a rare GM option in 57\'), dual exhaust, sun visor, P/seats, P/b, retro looking Am/Fm with aux, and heat. This vehicle is extremely reliable and you will be impressed with absolutely everything. We insist that you try to find rust anywhere on this Laurentian because it\'s been gone over with a fine tooth comb and we haven\'t been able to find a speck. This rare Pontiac won\'t last long. Give our friend Gordon a call at 506-392-5297 or 506-392-0111
About This Dealership:
The idea of Auto Market King first started while working for another car marketing firm, which will remain unnamed for legality purposes. Said firm, cut corners and was very unorganized leading to unhappy clients and unhappy employees. Enough was enough, rather than being unorganized and talking to ten different people who will never have an answer, we offer a 1 on 1 experience while providing the best car and truck advertising on the web. Having your own Market Development Manager means that you will always speak to someone who knows you, and knows your vehicle. Your classic cars and trucks have never been represented like this before.