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  1. Pontiac or formally the Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors, was an American automobile brand owned, manufactured, and commercialized by General Motors. Introduced as a companion make for GM's more expensive line of Oakland automobiles, [3] Pontiac overtook Oakland in popularity and supplanted its parent brand entirely by 1933.

  2. Pontiac was a brand of automobiles manufactured and sold by General Motors (GM); though production ended in 2009, Pontiac remains a registered and active trademark of GM. [1] [2] [3] Contents 1 United States 1.1 Original models 1.2 Rebadged models 2 Global 3 Concepts 4 References United States [ edit] Original models [ edit] Notes

  3. Pontiac started with the name of “The Pontiac Buggy Company” in 1893. Their first vehicle named “The Pontiac” was released on the fall of 1907. This vehicle weighs at around 1000 pounds and is a highwheeler mainly powered by a water-cooled two-cylinder 12 horsepower engine. Until 1956, Pontiac has been using a Native American headdress as its logo.

  4. The Pontiac Executive is an automobile model that was produced by Pontiac from 1967 to 1970. [1] The Executive name replaced Pontiac's long running mid-range Star Chief, beginning for 1966 when all Pontiacs in this range were named Star Chief Executive for this one year only, before the series became simply the Executive for 1967.

    • Star Chief Executive: 1966 only, Executive: 1967 to 1970
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  6. Pontiac-Oakland Automobile Museum Come see one of the world's greatest collections of Pontiac and Oakland automobile brand items. Our displays change often, so even if you have visited us once, things will have changed for your next visit! Visit Our Website Our museum features antique and classic cars, and lots of automotive artifacts.

  7. May 18, 2018 · In 1926, Alfred R. Glancy, Oakland’s assistant general manager introduced the Pontiac. The quality six-cylinder engine cars designed to sell for the price of a four. The automobile became an instant success and Pontiac had been born. Pontiac's Midlife Not a Crisis Pontiac had problems carving out its niche among the other General Motors brands.

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