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[column grid=”2″ span=”1″]Pontiac started in 1926 as the low-priced brother of the Oakland or companion car in General Motor’s lineup. Pontiac is the only companion car to eclipse its parent car, the Oakland.
Oakland ceased production in 1931 with only 9,000 cars produced while 1931 Pontiac production was 84,708 cars.
This museum car was purchased in Hershey, PA. It is all original, including the upholstery. This model car was presented to the public at the 1926 New York Auto Show.