Ahead Of The Crowd
Early Pontiacs were famous for their Indian head emblems and hood ornaments. The brand, named after Pontiac the eighteenth century Indian chief, was known for Indian related car names and insignia. The mid 1950’s saw the adoption of the airplane hood ornaments and by 1959 the Indian head motif was retired in favour of the new Arrowhead design. The Arrowhead logo was used until GM retired the entire brand in 2009.
The owner wasn’t around when I took this picture but I later determined that this one is a 1937 Pontiac.
In the best light…