In the 20's Oakland created the brand Pontiac to fill a hole in the classes.
The Oakland is a true 20's car with lots of wood details, wooden spoke wheels, Running boards and nice chrome details.
The condition of this Oakland is very good.
The chrome, wood and paint are all in a very good condition.
The Model K was the top model of the 1910 Oakland range with a big 5200 cc, 40 HP , L-Head Engine. This is the last “big” car build by Oakland before bought by General Motors and one of the very few excisting Oakland Model K’s.
This car was displayed at the Long Island Auto Museum , New York .....
A magnificent and rare Oakland Improved Model 40 Tourer dating to 1912, being one of only eight known survivors, formerly restored and displayed in the Crawford Auto Aviation Museum in Cleveland Ohio prior to arriving in Europe in 1990. An excellent example of a Brass Era / Edwardian motor car with .....
Oakland 6-54 Special touring 1925 3032cc
Engine number L38175
Body Number 21619
Affectionately known as Maude
used for many years as a wedding car
Stunning looking car comes with a set of side screens & complete work shop manuals
Loads of spares
Ready to drive away
Oakland was founded in 1907 in Pontiac, Michigan by Edward Murphy and Alanson P. Brush, who, between the two of them had amassed a tremendous amount of experience in manufacturing. Murphy was eager to take his Pontiac Buggy Company into the age of the Automobile, while Brush was responsible for designing .....