1926 PONTIAC 2 DOOR SEDAN (5­-Passenger Coach)



The first Pontiac Automobile was introduced in 1926 by the Oakland Motor Car Company. It was meant to be a 'companion car' to the Oakland, just as LaSalle was to Cadillac. These cars were powered by 186.5 cid six-cylinder, 36 horsepower engines. They were built on a 110-inch Chevrolet chassis and were available in two versions, the 2-passenger coupe and a 5-passenger coach, and both sold for $825.