Lot 453- 1958 Pontiac Star Chief Coupe


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Owned privately by the same WA car dealer since 1984, brought out of the barn and sold at auction in 2016 or so. The car made it’s way to Lolo, MT where it was owned privately and appears to have pretty extensive road worthiness repairs done to it, as well as some fresh paint. Dale & Blake bought the car in Scottsdale AZ, where it still had MT plates, and had it shipped back. This car WANTS to be in Montana. 370 CI engine Hydra-Matic automatic transmission White and Redwood Copper paint Redwood Copper and White interior In storage for 34 years Replaced brake system Replaced fuel delivery system Gauges and clock rebuilt Replaced dash pad Rebuilt windshield wiper motor True dual exhaust with Glass Packs Coker wide Whitewall tires Replaced Engine and transmission seals In 1958, the Bonneville was first given its own position in the Pontiac lineup as the ultimate Pontiac, and was only available as a two-door hardtop and two-door convertible. While no longer Pontiac’s prestige model, the Star Chief remained a well-appointed car, and the division’s finest four door hardtops and sedans. The 1958 Star Chief, as with the rest of the Pontiac lineup, received all-new bodywork and an updated chassis. The body was considerably longer and lower, and featured a new honeycomb grille design and twin headlamps.[9] The sedans and coupĂ© models all shared the longer 124 inch wheelbase.

Located in Kalispell, MT.