This 1958 Pontiac Chieftain is a beautiful classic car that will make a great addition to those who appreciate cars with class and power. This car has been with the owner for 11 years and he has put a lot of money into fixing it up. It had body work done to it, the engine is a 389 bored to a 400, it has a four barrel carborator, new rear end and rebuilt transmission, this engine has about 4500 miles it's virturally brand new. New paint, it has a 65 Cadialac steering box. New upholstery, but the carpet and headliner are original. The vehilcle's in excellent condition, runs strong, looks like a winner and is worth much to those who value the all American classic cars of the 1950's America. Here is a brief history of this type of car. The Pontiac Chieftain was an automobile produced by the Pontiac Motors Division of General Motors from 1949 to 1958. Chieftains were one of the first all new car designs to come to Pontiac in the post World War II years. Previous cars had been 1942 models with minor revisions. Chieftains went through another major styling change in 1958. All models were give honeycomb grilles, quad head and tail lamps, concave rear fenders, and longer, lower lines. The Super Chief sub-series was promoted to full model status leaving just the standard array of Chieftains as the entry level Pontiac. The 1958 models were the last Chieftains to be produced.
1958 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN, CLASSIC CARS, ANTIQUE CAR