OXFORD PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN 4 DOOR 1954 WINTER WHITE MAIZE YELLOW
One of the first new motors to come from Pontiac post-war was the chunky Chieftain, launched in 1954. In real life, motorists could buy the Chieftain as a four-door sedan (saloon), sedan coupé, business coupé and de luxe convertible coupé. And one had the choice of eight engine sizes and either manual or automatic transmission too. Here at Oxford, we opted for the simple life with the four-door saloon from 1954 and it makes its appearance in a summery yellow and off-white two tone colour scheme with a sandy beige interior and white steering wheel. Chrome exterior trim extends to the bumpers, badging and wipers and even the wheels are given a silver trim to the whitewall rims. Our car comes from Indiana numbered GJ 3583.