On the road to recovery after World War II, Pontiac launched one of the first new models to come off the production line in the shape of the chunky Chieftain in 1954. The motorists could buy the Chieftain as a four-door sedan (saloon), sedan coupe´, business coupe´ and de luxe convertible coupe´. And one had the choice of eight engine sizes and either manual or automatic transmission too
This replica mirrors the 4-door sedan (saloon) version and it makes its fourth appearance in warm coral red with contrasting creamy white roof. The interior is finished in the same coral scheme as the body. External chrome trim extends from window surrounds, handles and headlight surrounds to bumpers, wheel trim and a chrome stripe along the sides of the body.
Diecast vehicle comes in protective plastic case and is fully painted ready for any additional weathering you desire.