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1929 Oakland American 6

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Manufacturer: Oakland
Model: American 6
Year: 1929
Color: Burgundy
Mileage: 22,631
Engine: Inline 6
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Beige
Vehicle Title: Clear
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 ☎ Call or text "14132" to 618-248-2475 for more information 1929 Oakland American 6 Vehicle Overview: Stock: STL6886 VIN: GCCSTL6886 Year: 1929 Exterior Color: Burgundy Make: Oakland Interior Color: Beige Model: American 6 Mileage: 22631 Engine: Inline 6 Transmission: 3-Speed Manual Vehicle Description:

For sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis showroom is a 1929 Oakland American 6. This Oakland has lived most of its life in a museum and has just recently been let out for a new owner to show or enjoy.

In 1893. Edward M. Murphy established the Pontiac Buggy Company in Pontiac. Michigan and produced horse drawn carriages thru 1906.

As it became clear that motorcar sales were surpassing carriages. Murphy incorporated the Oakland Motor Car Company in 1907. an offshoot of his Pontiac Buggy Company. Murphy is said to have chosen the name Oakland for his car venture. located in the Oakland County of Michigan. city of Pontiac. because cross-town rival Pontiac Spring and Wagon Works already was making a high-wheel motor wagon under the Pontiac name.

In 1908. the Oakland Motor Car Company and the Pontiac Spring and Wagon Works merged together under the Oakland Motor Car Company. Later in 1908. the first Oaklands went to market. The first Oaklands used an unusual Alanson Brush designed two cylinder vertical engine. which rotated counterclockwise. This type of engine was common in French cars but not popular with American engineers. The engines worked fine. but the cars did not sell well.

In 1909. Murphy sold 50% interest in the Oakland Motor Car Company to William Durant. The Oakland found itself as a charter member of Durant’s newly formed General Motors empire.

In 1909. Oakland introduced new engines. new body styles and new models. which greatly increased sales. but unexpectedly during the summer of 1909. Murphy died and a few months later General Motors purchased full control of Oakland Motor Car Company.

The Oakland brand was produced thru 1931 by the Oakland Motors Division of General Motors. but in 1932 the Oakland name was dropped and the Oakland Motor Division became Pontiac Motor Car Company.

Sources

75 Years of Pontiac-Oakland by John Gunnell. Crestline Publishing. 1982

This Oakland is an impressive car when compared to the more common Ford Model A. Each leaf spring has its own leather bag tied by laces to help retain the grease used to lubricate the suspension. The rear window has a shade that can be drawn for privacy or to keep out some undesired sunlight. It has a very large trunk that is also equipped with a separate door located just behind the passenger's door to access the more forward section of the trunk where someone would have trouble reaching from the rear. Large diameter headlights and a unique grill design help separate itself from other cars of the era. Powering this 1929 Oakland is a flat head inline 6 mated to a three speed manual. For more information on this 1929 Oakland American 6. call 618-271-3000 or stop by our St. Louis showroom. To view HD photos and video. visit www. gatewayclassiccars. com

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This Vehicle is owned by the Company. However. the Company is not making any representations as to the condition. authenticity. mileage or originality of the vehicle. The Company is not issuing any warranties. verbal or written and is not responsible for any omissions or errors in advertising. The Customer is relying solely on his/her own inspection. knowledge and judgment on this vehicle. The Customer has inspected the vehicle. or has had the opportunity to inspect the vehicle. and accepts the vehicle on an AS-IS. WHERE-IS. basis. Seller reserves the right to end the auction at any point in time.

Terms and Conditions: Payment Options We accept the following payment methods:
- Cashier's Check/money order
- Cash (in person)
- Personal check (once cleared)
Vehicle Pickup & Shipping All shipping charges are buyer's responsibility. General Terms

How to Purchase:

The easiest way to purchase a vehicle is to give us a call at 618-271-3000 or email us at stlouis@gatewayclassiccars. com

- Bid or send a Best Offer with confidence - call. text or email with any questions before bidding. We want you to know exactly what you're looking at. Just ask us for more pictures or a custom tailored video.

- $1000 deposit needed within 24 hours of offer being accepted.

- A deposit is a commitment to purchase and is non-refundable which is applied to the purchase amount.

- Payment methods: ACH. wire transfer. cashier's check. credit card(3% fee). personal check(10 business days to clear). and of course- cash. PayPal not accepted.

- Signed purchase contracts. cleared payment in full. and a copy of your driver's license will be needed before the vehicle is released.

- Our hours are 9-5pm EST Monday through Saturday.

Fees and Taxes

- Taxes are subject to location of vehicle and buyer's place of residency. Buyer is responsible for taxes paid.

☎ Call or text "14132" to 618-248-2475 for more information

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