The Pontiac
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1928 Pontiac Indian Head Mascot from The Concous Show
This is owned by Frank Stirling from Langley, 
British Columbia Canada

A Brief History of the Pontiac


The first Pontiac car made it's debut in 1926, but the Pontiac division's history actually dates back to 1893, when Edward M. Murphy established the Pontiac Buggy Company in Pontiac, Michigan. This company produced horse drawn carriages. It wasn't long before it became clear that motorcar sales were going to out distance the carriages. In 1907 Murphy started the Oakland Motor Car Company as an offshoot of the buggy company.

In 1909 General Motors acquired half of Oakland Motor Car Company. GM's founder William Durant, a friend of Murphy's, was actually more interested in his talent and expertise than his Oakland cars. But before Durant could use these talents, Murphy died. Shortly after this GM purchased full control of Oakland. The Oakland was very successful car through 1920. Then, a minor economic depression combined with inefficient production weakened Oakland and GM.

General Motors was in disarray by 1920 and Durant who had founded the company 12 years earlier lost control of it again after loosing and regaining control several times before. The problem was that all the company's seven divisions were fighting for the same customers, and none were trying to gain the Model T Fords customers, which had the largest market share.
GM's prices ranged from $795 for the lowest end Chevrolet, to $5,690 for the highest priced Cadillac. Since GM wasn't in the position to go after the Model T, a committee of company executives led by the new GM President Alfred Sloan, decided to create a car to fill a long-standing price gap between Chevrolet and Oldsmobile. Besides being a gap filler this new car would serve as a platform to share vehicle components. This would improve volume efficiency. 
The Pontiac was created in 1926 as a replacement to the Oakland.
The Pontiac had the distinction of being the first General Motors car to be designed to fit in a specific market slot.
The first Pontiac was the Series 6-27, debuted at the 1926 New York Auto Show. It was built on a 110 inch wheelbase and it featured a Fisher designed body and a six cylinder Lead engine.

Demand soon outpaced capacity and by mid 1926, the division began plans to build a $15 million assembly plant in Pontiac, Michigan.

In 1927 Harley Earl created an Art & Color studio, which was an industry's first. Earl first designed the highly successful LaSalle, and he later became head of GM Design. Art & Color and designed all GM models, including Pontiac. 
Harley Earl was with GM for many years and was responsible for such cars as the Corvette.
He stayed with General Motors until his retirement in 1959.
For a more detailed history of the Pontiac please visit


http://www.welovepontiacs.com/history.html

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I wonder how many people remember these totem poles.
One of my visitors submitted and was trying to get more information on it. It is thought that they were used for an advertisement icon for the 49 Pontiac Chieftian. Possibly for dealers below the Mason Dixon line. Most were destroyed by the weather, they stood 9'4" tall with a 6' wingspan and were made of some type of plaster of paris. 
If anyone can add to this we would like to hear from you.
We found another totem Pole.
This one was submitted by John Reid. he said that this totem pole was in his family’s dealership for as long as he could remember. This totem is about 12 feet tall.
The dealership was recently shut down and he was fortunate enough to end up with it.
His Great Uncle started this dealership in 1942 and the  dealership sold Pontiac, GMC and Cadillac.

 
 
 
This picture was submitted by Tom Cannon and was used with permission from Tim Dye, Director, Pontiac-Oakland Museum, Pontiac, Illinois

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Bob Crocker's 1958 Pontiac Parisienne Sports Coupe 

 
 
This picture was submitted by Andy Fuhrman
It shows the Dilgard and Shepard Dealership on Exchange Street in Dansville, New York in the late 40's.
His grandfather, Charles Dilgard handled sales and his partner Jack Shepard ran the shop. You can see a couple interesting things in the photo including the Mobil gas pumps and the GM Hydramatic Drive neon sign. The building was leased from St. Mary's Catholic Church it was torn down some years ago and today the lot has a basketball court, and parking for St. Mary's School. 
"Charlie" would eventually buy out Jack continuing to operate out of this building until 1956 when he would move across town to sell Cadillac and Oldsmobile until his retirement around 1977. Fortunately his Grandmother was a good "saver." and hehas a good collection of key rings, sales awards, certificates and photos from the good old days 
selling Silver Streaks. 

 
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1950 Pontiac Silver Streak Eight Convertible
1950 Pontiac Chieftain Eight Convertible
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 1950 Pontiac Catalina Hardtop
This picture was submitted by Paul Black, Tampa FL.
This wasPaul's first car and the picture was taken in his 
hometown in Indiana 
1950 Pontiac Catalina Hardtop
 
1950 Pontiac Streamliner Wagon
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 1950 Pontiac 4 Door Fastback
 1950 Pontiac 4 Door Fastback
This car is owned by Carl (& Ellen) Forsberg, Lakeville, MN
Carl had the folowing to say about his car.
"The car was my father-in-law's until he passed away about 9 years ago.  I bought from my mother-in-law, which began a long story of my involvement in "the car" hobby.  The car is original for the most part, but is starting to decay rather quickly.  I'm sure I will catch it from the purists, but I will be looking to customize it in the near future.  I'll be building it in the style of the 50's and 60's customs.  Remember, customs and hot rods are history, too.  My daughter has laid claim to the Pontiac when I'm done with it."
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1950 Pontiac 4 Door Fastback
1950 Pontiac 4 Door Fastback
This car is owned by Danielle Kienholz, San Diego, Ca.
This car is all original, soon to be restored.
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 1950 Pontiac Chieftain 2 Door Fastback 8 cylinder
 
 
1950 Pontiac Catelina Chieftaine 2 Door Hardtop
1950 Pontiac Catelina Chieftaine 2 Door Hardtop
These pictures were submitted by Heather & Ron Jagodinski from Solana Beach, CA. The car was owned by Ron's father, Harold F. Jagodinski [1918-2002] formerly a tech sgt in the USMC.
The 1950 Pontiac Chieftain is the car in which the family came out to California in back in the early 50's.  Colors were a cream-colored bottom and a rust colored top -- pretty much like the 1950 Pontiac commercial copy.  Ron colored in the top on this copy of the first photo so it's not the original black and white. 
The reason why dad sold the car was [unbelievably] that he got a "company car" from the organization where he worked and nobody really was a "two-car family" back in 1952 and we didn't have a garage out in California.  Ron remembers the day that his parents bought the car.  After they put their $1,000 or so down for the purchase price; they drove over Merrill School in Oshkosh to pick him up.  It was during a snowstorm so all of the parents who had cars were picking up their kids.  EVERYBODY stopped and looked at this new car from the General Motors Corporation.
1938 Buick Park Avenue and a 1950 Pontiac Ad
1951 Pontiac Catalina Hardtop
1951 Pontiac Eight Convertible
1951 Pontiac Eight Convertible
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1951 Pontiac Chieftain 4 Door Sedan
 1951 Pontiac Catalina 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Frank Stirling, greater Vancouver, B.C. Canada.
This car is a 6 cyl with Hydra-Matic of which only 13,000 were made with this combination.  This is a US model (#2569) but assembled as a special order for a customer in Canada, with high import duties being paid. This is a real 100% US Pontiac and I have never seen another one assembled in Canada in the 
1951 model year.
This picture was submitted by Kin Stevens.
The this picture shows his grandmother and was taken in 
June 1955 next to the Mississippi River in Clinton, Iowa.
She would have been about 40 years old at the time.
 1951 Pontiac Eight Convertible
 
This picture was submitted by Eric Gordon, Daytona Beach, FL.
It was taken at the Daytona Speedway, Daytona Beach, FL.
Nov. 27, 2008
 
1951 Pontiac Eight 2 Door Coach
1952 Pontiac 2 Door Coach (Canadian)
1952 Pontiac Chieftain 4 Door Sedan
1952 Pontiac 2 Door Coach (Canadian)
 
 
 1952 Pontiac Fleetleader Deluxe 4 Door Sedan (Canadian)
  1952 Pontiac Fleetleader Deluxe 4 Door Sedan (Canadian)
   
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 1952 Pontiac Fleetleader Deluxe 4 Door Sedan (Canadian)
 1952 Pontiac Fleetleader Deluxe 4 Door Sedan (Canadian)
 This car is owned by Mike Robinson  This car is owned by Mike Robinson
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1952 Pontiac Fleetleader Deluxe 4 Door Sedan (Canadian)
  1952 Pontiac Fleetleader Deluxe, Flat Head Engine
 This car is owned by Mike Robinson  This car is owned by Mike Robinson
 1945/55 Pontiac Parts Manual
 1949/54 Pontiac Maintence Manual
 
 
1951 Pontiac Chieftain at Minter Gardens July 7 2003
This is car is owned by Frank Stirling from Langley,
British Columbia Canada
This car is an USA model that was assembled in Canada but is totally an American Chieftain sedan (Model # 2569) with the Hydra-Matic transmission and a 6 cyl 239.2 
CI L-head engine (flathead).
1953 Pontiac Chieftain 4 Door Sedan
1953 Pontiac Chieftain 4 Door Sedan
1953 Pontiac Chieftain 4 Door Sedan
These picture was were submitted by Russ Jago and is owned by his father who lives in Victoria State of Australia.
 1953 Pontiac Convertible
 1953 Pontiac Chieftain 8 Custom Catalina 2 Door Hardtop
1954 Bonneville Special Dream Car
 1954 Pontiac 2 Door Hardtop
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1954 Pontiac Lauretian 4 Door Sedan (Canadian)
1954 Pontiac Lauretian 4 Door Sedan (Canadian)
This car is owned by Ken Burns, Paris, Ontario, Canada This car is owned by Ken Burns, Paris, Ontario, Canada
1954 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
 1954 Pontiac Star Chief Catalina
This car was owned by Eric Gordon of New London County CT USA
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1954 Pontiac Lauretian 2 Door Hardtop (Canadian Model)
1954 Pontiac Lauretian 2 Door Hardtop (Canadian Model)
This car is owned by Rick Elior, Viola, Idaho, USA This car is owned by Rick Elior, Viola, Idaho, USA
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1954 Pontiac Star Chief 4 Door Sedan
1954 Pontiac Star Chief 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Kerstin from Germany  
 1954 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
1954 Pontiac Strato Streak
This car was owned by Gale McDonald, Jr. ,Marceline, MO
"It was my ride for senior year of college and beyond in 1961.  Incredible car, all original except for the hubcaps which were
on it when I bought it.  It had power brakes, hydromatic trans and NO power steering.  I understand that the extradordinary length of the rear of the car was due to being manufactured on the station wagon frame for extra strength."
1954 Pontiac Chieftain 6
1954 Pontiac Cream 2 Door Starchief Custom Catalina
This picture was submitted by Derrick Lewis, Hout Bay, South Africa
and it was taken at Meiringspoort, Little Karoo in 1954.
The car was owned by his late Uncle
This car was owned by Frank Stirling who is now
looking for a early 1930's Pontiac. If any one knows
of one of these please use this eamil link. 
 1955 Pontiac 2 Door Hardtop
 1955 Pontiac Convertible
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1955 Pontiac Star Chief 2 Door Hardtop
1955 Pontiac V-8 Engine 287 Cid
This car is owned by Gorden Birkhiem, Vernon, B.C, Canada
 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
 1955 Pontiac Convertible
 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
1956 Pontiac Chief 2 Door Hardtop
1956 Pontiac Custom Starchief 2 Door Hardtop
1956 Pontiac Laurentian Sedan (Canadian)
1956 Pontiac Custom Starchief 2 Door Hardtop
1956 Pontiac Laurentian 2 Door Hardtop (Canadian)
1956 Pontiac Safari
1956 Pontiac Star Chief Catalina 4 Door Hardtop
1956 Pontiac Star Chief Catalina
1956 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
1956 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
1956 Pontiac Star Chief Custom Catalina
1956 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
1956 Pontiac Star Chief Safari
1956 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
   
 1956 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
 1956 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
 This car is owned by Bud & Dona Elliott
 
 
 1956 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
 
 This car is owned by Bud & Dona Elliott  
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1956 Firebird II Concept Car
1957 Pontiac Wagon pulling an airstream trailer
This picture was taken by Robert Sims in July 2009.
Robert had the following to say about the car.
"In July my wife and I took a trip to Washington state and spent two nights in Leavenworth, WA which is a little tourist town made over in bavarian style.  The day we left this car was in town.  I took some pictures but did not meet the owner.  When I drove back by it was gone on its way."
1957 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
1957 Pontiac Chieftain Safari 9 Passanger Wagon
1957 Pontiac Pathfinder 4 Door Sedan
1957 Pontiac Star Chief 4Door Hardtop
1957 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible
1958 Pontiac Bonneville 2 Door Hardtop
1958 Pontiac Bonneville 2 Door Hardtop
1958 Pontiac Bonneville 2 Door Hardtop
1958 Pontiac Parisienne Convertible (Canadian)
1958 Pontiac Parisienne Convertible (Canadian)
 1958 Pontiac Pathfinder 4 Door Sedan
 1958 Pontiac Pathfinder 4 Door Sedan
 1958 Pontiac Convertible
 1958 Pontiac Convertible
This picture was submitted by Eric Gordon, Daytona Beach, FL.
It was taken at the Daytona Speedway, Daytona Beach, FL.
Nov. 27, 2008
 
 1958 Pontiac Safari Chieftain 9 Passenger Stationwagen
 1958 Pontiac Safari Chieftain 9 Passenger Stationwagen
1958 Pontiac Safari Chieftain 9 Passenger Stationwagen
1958 Pontiac Safari Chieftain 9 Passenger Stationwagen
This car is owned by James & Patty Erickson 
and it is  in the N. Delware USA area. 

James had the following to say about his wagon. 
"This is a very rare 1958 Pontiac Safari Chieftain 9  passenger station wagon with: Tri-power V/8, auto transmission,  dual exhaust, power steering, power brakes, original AM radio &  heater, 3 seats, and sliding rear windows. 
Less than 1,200 3 seat wagons  were built by Pontiac in 1958. This was an original California car  with pink slip. Unfortunately, it had 

a lot of rust and other  issues. We were able to find a donor car in MN in order to keep the very rare  rear sliding windows. We believe this may be the only surviving 9 passenger 1958  Safari. The car is currently at the Old Stillwater Garage in NJ, where Lou and  his crew are halfway through a 2 year mild resto-mod 
on the vehicle.  The finished car will have the ultra rare 1958 Nomad tailgate trim, red line  tires, 1958 Bonneville dash trim, and classic Cragar mags. The two-tone color  combo is yet to be decided. We are leaning toward red with black roof and  spears. We will send pictures when finished"
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1958 Pontiac Parisienne 2 Door Hardtop
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1958 Pontiac Chieftain 2 Door Hardtop
1958 Pontiac Chieftain 2 Door Hardtop
This car is owned by Amicably Ruiz from France.
He has owned this car for 17 years.
1958 Firebird III Concept Car
1958 Firebird III Concept Car
 
1958 Firebird III Concept Car
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 1958 Pontiac Bonneville
 1958 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
 This picture was submitted by Paul and Clara Black, Tampa, FL USA  This picture was submitted by Paul and Clara Black, Tampa, FL 
 
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1958 Pontiac Sedan Delivery
1958 Pontiac Sedan Delivery
   
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This 1958 Pontiac Pathfinder Sedan Delivery is 1 of 449 built in
North America. It originated in British Columbia, Canada but now resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is the original motor, upholstery and colours and hand written numbers on the fire wall with 44,000 miles.This Pathfinder is cherished by John De Wit.
1958 Pontiac Sedan Delivery
 
 
1958 Pontiac 4 Door Sedan
1958 Pontiac 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Ulises Sánchez Rodríguez,Hilda Torres, Holguín, Cuba. The car is in original un-restored condition  
 
1958 Pontiac 6 Cylinder Engine
 
1959 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
1959 Pontiac Bonneville 2 Door Hardtop
1959 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
1959 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
1959 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
1959 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
1959 Pontiac Strato Chief Wagon
1959 Pontiac Catalina Convertible
1959 Pontiac Strato Chief Wagon
 1959 Pontiac Strato Chief 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Desmond Kearley, Newfoundland, Canada
1959Pontiac Special Order Convertible
1959Pontiac Special Order Convertible
This car is a one of and is being offered fro sale for the first time.
Contact Brian Ellis, of Scottsdale AZ. brian91202@gmail.com
for more details on Harley Earl's wifes car.
 

 
 
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