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1930's Pontiac (PLEXI)


42.5 x 21" Editions of 25 / 85 x 42.5" Editions of 9.

The Pontiac was an American Automobile that was created by General Motors President Alfred P. Sloan.  “A car for every purse and purpose“ was the mantra behind this elegant car. Despite the depression over 60,000 were sold.  A straight six cylinder engine sits under the era defining folding hood. Named after its home city of Pontiac, which in turn took its name from an Indian Chief – hence the Indain Head symbol adorning the car.