Special Design 1948 Pontiac Torpedo Eight Deluxe Convertible – Designed as a cross between luxury and standard vehicles, Pontiac Torpedo is one of the Pontiac muscle cars. The first introduced in 1940 was the four-door Torpedo S sedan, and the Pontiac Torpedo Eight Deluxe Convertible 1948 arrived in 1948 was the two-door. Pontiac has long been a brand of GM for affordable performance-oriented vehicles, and has been able to offer inexpensive yet aggressive and capable vehicles. Their model has been famous for their agility and sportive appeal.
1948 Pontiac Torpedo Eight Deluxe Convertible is a reliable, value-added, and affordable car. It gained a reputation as a “middle-of-the-road” car and popular with middle, middle and middle class buyers. The new styling features of the Torpedo convertible include triple “Silver Streaks”, round taillights, horizontal vertical axle grille, colonial or imitation leather and lacquered instrument boards that match the exterior colors.
Pontiac has consistently created a performance vehicle that has competed fully with the top car brand. The Torpedo was built with 6 or 8 cylinders of 3.9 liter or 4.1 liter from 1946 to 1948. This variation of the engine features horsepower and star torque which allows the Torpedo to function remarkably even under adverse driving conditions. The interior design of the 1948 Pontiac Torpedo Eight Deluxe Convertible features upholstery and accessories made with the comfort of the driver in mind. 1948 Pontiac Torpedo Eight Deluxe Convertible comes with a CID 248 • 9 engine and a 119-inch wheelbase.