Pontiac Station wagon 1956.psd
The first generation of the Pontiac Station wagon was introduced in 1956. The vehicle's design was based on a modified Ford station wagon and was powered by a three-liter V-8 engine with a torque-vectoring transmission. Its four-door body was also redesigned, adding a split rear window, and a front fender spoiler. All models were offered with either a manual or automatic transmission.
The 1956 model year saw the introduction of many new styles. The "28" series of station wagons was replaced by the newer, longer Star Chief. The "27" model designation referred to a series of station wagons built on the shorter Chieftain and Star Chief frames, while the Safari (2764DF) was built on a shorter frame with cheaper Star-chief components. The cars without posts were designated as "Catalina" or "Select."
The Safari was a sport-coupe-style station wagon that used the same body as the Chevrolet Delray station wagon. Its design shared the same body as the Chevy Nomad and was equipped with the same engines and drivetrain. The interior trim was the same as the Star Chief Custom models. Production for the 1955 Safari was only 3,760, which was the lowest production of any Pontiac in the year.
The Safari was not a popular vehicle, but the two-door version was a popular vehicle. It was the standard family car in America, with space and solid construction. It was a true all-rounder. The painting is available in large-scale and panoramic ratio options. It can be displayed in a showroom, on a desk, or in the home. This painting is an affordable option for anyone who is a fan of vintage cars.