Pontiac Pathfinder 1956, to travel all over Cuba
Pontiac Pathfinder 1956 comfort and safety for your circuits in Cuba. Do not miss visiting with this classic remodeled and conditioned the most important destinations in Cuba: Viñales, Trinidad, Varadero, Cienfuegos, Santa Clara among others. Travel back in time with our classic cars.
The Pontiac Pathfinder was introduced on the Canadian market only in 1953 and was produced until 1958. The car was an instant hit and Pontiac models continued to increase in popularity – production soared to 44,369 vehicles in 1953. The Pathfinder series, its name suggesting a car suitable for the exploration of Canada’s rugged terrain, was joined by the up-scale Pontiac Laurentian series, named after the popular mountain vacation region of Quebec. By 1958, the post-World War II economic boom began to decline and car sales slowed – for many car makers except Pontiac which saw another record-breaking sales year. In 1959, Pathfinder marque was replaced with Strato-Chief, and the Pathfinder line came to an end.