Pontiac may be about to recede rapidly into automotive history, but with 84 years of Ponchos out there (1926-2010), it'll be a long time before they're forgotten.
Now, a Connecticut car event wants to commemorate the brand by highlighting the oldest Pontiac still in existence. Even better, it's also looking for the oldest Pontiac that's still with its original owner today.
Both vehicles will be invited to take part in the Fairfield County Concours d'Elegance, held in Westport on September 12 and 13. The event will provide free first-class airline travel and hotel rooms at Manhattan's Mandarin Oriental Hotel for the owners, as well as free transport for their cars.
Owners from the lower 48 States who believe they or their car(s) may qualify for either of the two spots can learn more about the search on the the event's website. An online entry form will be available on Thursday, June 25, one week from today.
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