Pontiac’s high-prestige flagship in the mid Fifties, the Star Chief embodied the era’s technical innovations and styling.
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1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible – sold for $41,250. This flashy two-tone red and white 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible is still a real head-turner despite being an older restoration that has been thoroughly enjoyed since completion. Well maintained and cared for, the matching red and white vinyl interior remains inviting and a power, white vinyl convertible top will keep everyone snug and warm in inclement weather. The refinished matching red dash and carpets still look fresh. The enormous trunk is clean and attractively trimmed with red carpet that matches the interior. Auction Source: 2008 Meadow Brook Concours
1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible – sold for $75,000. Pontiac’s high-prestige flagship in the mid Fifties, the Star Chief embodied the era’s technical innovations and styling, perfectly demonstrated in this completely original and impressively optioned convertible. The Green and White exterior finish is embellished with unusual lighting on the Indian head mascot up front, and a flashy Continental kit and chromed fender skirts out back. Wire wheel hub caps and dual exhaust tips add further visual punch. With Pontiac’s new-for ’55 287 4-barrel V-8, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, Wonderbar radio and Green power top, this is the perfect Poncho for top-down cruising in the Fifties tradition. Auction Source: 2010 Mecum Kissimmee, FL Auction