Phoenix Valley Pontiac Catalina Windshield Replacement

Pontiac Catalina Windshield Replacement & Repair in Phoenix
Need windshield repair for your Pontiac Catalina? We’ve been replacing windows and mirrors for the Pontiac Catalina and other cars and trucks in the Phoenix Valley since 2001.

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  • We can come to you – Phoenix valley-wide free mobile window repair service. You call us and we will reach out to you to get your Pontiac Catalina Vibe Glass repaired or replaced while you are at work or home.
  • We do the paperwork – We work directly with all auto glass insurance companies. We help our customers to get the benefits of insurance for glass repair and replacement services.
  • Warranty – The auto glass replacement service by Reliable Glass covers a lifetime warranty on workmanship for as long as you own your vehicle.

Why Pick Reliable Glass?

  • 200,000+ happy customers since 2001
  • Free mobile service in the Phoenix Valley
  • A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
  • #1 locally-based glass installer in Arizona
  • All technicians have 10+ years of experience
  • We work with all insurance companies

Call us 24/7 For Pontiac Catalina Window & Windshield Quotes: 602-892-0202

About The Pontiac Catalina

The name “Catalina” was first used on the 1950 Chieftain Series 25/27 hardtop, Pontiac’s top trim level package at the time, and later added to the Star Chief in 1954, Pontiac’s equivalent of the Chevrolet Bel Air. Originally referred to as “hard-top convertibles”, these vehicles offered pillarless design in the door and window areas, along with the top-grade convertible appointments.

The advantage this fixed-roof design offered is its sporty, airy feeling without the expense and drawbacks normally associated with convertibles. With the exception of the 1958 Bonneville, all Pontiac hardtops are designated “Catalinas” from 1950 to 1958.

Powered by a flathead straight-eight engine at the time of its debut, it would receive Pontiac’s new 287 CID OHV V8 four years later. A one-piece windshield was new for 1954.[3] A padded safety dash became available in 1956.