Pontiac Chietftain 1950 Convertible BOEING STEARMAN zw.psd
The Pontiac Chieftain is one of the earliest models of a luxury car that was built in the United States. It was introduced in dealerships in January of 1950, and within just a few months it had already become a very popular model. The Chieftain was built on a new plan by Pontiac, they redesigned it for the masses, making it lighter and less expensive. This new look is still very popular today, and so is the Pontiac Convertible. If you want to own one of these rare and wonderful American classic cars, then you are going to have to do your homework, and find out as much information about them as possible.
A common question that is asked about these American cars is how much they cost to insure. In fact, if you look at the value of some of these American cars today, you will find that even though they were built in 1950, they are actually worth much more than what they are listed as. It just depends on where you are looking, and what kind of condition that the car is in. One of the major differences between a Pontiac Convertible and an older Pontiac is that the Convertible is a high demand vehicle for parts and has far less chance of being totaled as it is not considered a high-risk model.
While you can get your own Pontiac Convertible, and most likely will, it is more cost efficient to purchase a used one instead. You can find quality used cars, and even new ones that are in great shape, at many different car auctions all over the country. One of the best places to find a used convertible, especially an American classic, is at a private party. Yes, the Internet can be helpful in that regard, but it can also be quite time consuming.