It’s 1954. Dad brings home a brand new Pontiac Star Chief Catalina hardtop. Rock ‘n roll is born with the releases of Bill Haley’s ‘Rock Around the Clock’ and Elvis’ ’That’s all Right.’ Serial radio dies as the last episode of ‘The Lone Ranger’ airs on the stare-at-the-faceless noise box. The Supreme Court makes segregated schools illegal. Boeing tests the first commercial jetliner, the 707. Now here’s the Poncho (that’s what kids called Pontiacs back when – when there were Pontiacs) over 50 years later, in the shadows of Downtown San Diego’s Pinnacle and Horizons condominium towers. Image is on gallery-wrapped canvas ready-to-hang, no frame needed. Signed numbered Certificate of Authenticity is included. Edition is limited to 54 of course.