Convertible Tops & Accessories >> Pontiac
|Please Select Your Car Model|
|1939 and 1940 Pontiac Deluxe & Deluxe 6, 8, 120||1942 & 1946 thru 1948 Pontiac Torpedo & Torpedo Deluxe|
|1949 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe||1950 thru 1952 Pontiac Chieftain & Chieftain Deluxe|
|1953 and 1954 Pontiac Chieftain & Star Chief||1955 thru 1957 Pontiac Bonneville, Chieftain & Star Chief|
|1958 Pontiac Bonneville, Chieftain & Parisienne||1959 and 1960 Pontiac Bonneville, Catalina & Parisienne|
|1961 thru 1964 Pontiac Bonneville, Catalina & Parisienne||1962 and 1963 Pontiac Lemans, Tempest & Beaumont|
|1964 and 1965 Pontiac GTO, Lemans, Tempest & Beaumont||1965 thru 1970 Pontiac Bonneville, Catalina, Grand Prix & Parisienne|
|1966 thru 1967 Pontiac GTO, Lemans, Tempest & Beaumont||1967 thru 1969 Pontiac Firebird & Trans Am|
|1968 thru 1972 Pontiac GTO, Lemans, Tempest & Beaumont||1971 thru 1976 Pontiac Bonneville, Catalina, Grandville & Grand Prix|
|1983 thru 1985 Pontiac Sunbird||1986 and 1987 Pontiac Sunbird|
|1987 thru 1989 Pontiac Firebird & Trans Am||1988 thru 1992 Pontiac Sunbird|
|1990 thru 1993 Pontiac Firebird & Trans Am||1990 thru 1993 Pontiac Firefly|
|1992 thru 1993 Pontiac Sunbird||1993 thru 1995 Pontiac Sunbird|
|1994 thru 2002 Pontiac Firebird & Trans Am||1995 thru 1998 Pontiac Sunfire|
|1998 thru 2000 Pontiac Sunfire|
Pontiac was established as a division of GM in 1926, and made a name for itself as GM’s performance division. Sporty vehicles, many of which came with the Pontiac convertible top, were Pontiac’s stock in trade. Unfortunately, Pontiac was discontinued in 2010 in GM’s restructuring after its earlier financial crisis. However, the brand lives on with a vibrant fan base.
The Firebird and Trans Am may stand as Pontiac’s most popular car models, with the Trans Am being essentially a high-performance version of the Firebird, including a beefier engine and interior styling. Both the Firebird convertible top and the Trans Am convertible top proved to be popular options for this classic American muscle car.
The Pontiac Sunfire was brought in for the 1995 model year to replace the Sunbird with a sportier, yet still budget priced, option. At the time, the Sunfire convertible was one of the most thrifty options for buyers who wanted a soft top on a budget. The Pontiac Sunfire convertible top was surely a major part of its appeal to the market.