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Posted By: Raymond Paszkiewicz
Posted On: Thursday January 9, 2020 at 9:58 PM
 
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1946 Pontiacs and others, when WWII ended.

1946 Buick Super Sedanet

John, I hope the color combinations for 1946 are not too elaborate. It was right after the war ended, and all of the car manufacturers were in a hurry to get production rolling. Lots of cars were a single color and just a few subdued two tones were brought out. Colors became more elaborate as time went on, but not right at the very beginning. My friends Dad bought a loaded Pontiac Streamliner 2 dr fastback, which had lots of accessories, but he had to take what they were offering, and the car was solid Gray, with no whitewalls, and he paid top dollar in 1946. By 1948 bright colors were in. Just look at the beautiful two-tone combinations on the Frazer Manhattan. We can take artistic license on model cars, but we should try and be authentic at the same time. Just my thoughts on the subject.
Take me back to 1946. I would feel right at home!

1946 Cadillac Series 62 sedan

1946 Chevrolet Stylemaster sedan

1946 Ford Super DeLuxe Tudor

1946 Mercury Sportsman Convertible

First Oldsmobile off the line. Series 70 2 dr Fastback sedan

1946 Packard Clipper DeLuxe sedan

1946 Plymouth Special Deluxe sedan coupe

1946 Studebaker Champion Skyway sedan

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@ Mike Coupe...there was a mention below about a possible Brooklin 1936 Pontiac coupe release.... by BenD Lampson #27105
This looks to me more like a 1946 Pontiac. Very nice, and by Alex Taylor #27105.1
Typo... I meant a '46! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27105.1.1
Pics: These are the 1936 Pontiacs that Brooklin has in the Pontiac Serie by Jacques Roest #27105.2
The 1946 Sedan Coupe is on the schedule for this year Ben.... by John Roberts #27105.3
Any idea in what color combination it will be made? by Alex Taylor #27105.3.1
I'm lobbying for something very special and beautiful. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27105.3.1.1Zone Diplomat
Ha! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #27105.3.1.1.1
A two-tone always makes a fastback body style stand out, as evident on the Brooklin Olds (pics) by BenD Lampson #27105.3.1.1.2
1946 Pontiacs and others, when WWII ended. by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27105.3.1.1.3
Very interesting points Ray. My childhood memories of the cars by Ken Spear #27105.3.1.1.3.1
The 53 Bel Air was also an exception., to perhaps, a lesser degree. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27105.3.1.1.3.1.1
post war 40,s cars by Fred Lewis #27105.3.1.1.3.1.2
I do recall seeing 2-tone GM cars of the late 40s for sure. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #27105.3.1.1.3.1.2.1
40,s cars by Fred Lewis #27105.3.1.1.3.1.2.1.1
Hi, Fred. Also the less common but still available dark reds. So dark and dull by Randall Olson #27105.3.1.1.3.1.2.1.1.1
Sounds like a nice color combo....the reverse would look great too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #27105.3.1.2
I'm glad you know about that John. by Mike Coupe #27105.3.2
2020 vision.....Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #27105.3.2.1
Was a good one, Mike. (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #27105.3.2.2
I;m going by past conversations with Nigel Mike... by John Roberts #27105.3.2.3
Thanks so much John (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27105.3.3




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