Alfa Auto Glass Only Services Southern California

Although the last Pontiac automobile was manufactured in 2010, we still replace Pontiac windshields in Southern California. Please call us at (714) 323-2672 to schedule an appointment. We travel to your home or office to do glass replacement.

Models We Service

1000 Fiero Solstice
2000 Firebird Sunbird
2000 Sunbird Grand Am Sunfire
6000 Grand Prix Torrent
Acadian LeMans Trans Am
Aztek Montana Trans Sport
Bonneville Phoenix


1978 pontiac firebird rear window

1978 Pontiac Firebird Rear Window (Source)

Pontiac Windshield Replacement

The process is usually done under an hour once we arrive. If we are at your place of work, you can most likely return to what you’re doing while we do the replacement. We will text you when we are done. You can also schedule to come to our facility if you prefer.

Glass Parts We Replace

We do more than just windshields! We can take care of all glass issues.

We can replace:

  • Quarter Glass
  • Side mirrors
  • Window regulators
  • Back window
  • Side windows
  • Vent glass

We can also do rock chip repair and crack repair.

pontiac window locations

Shown above: driver-side side window, quarter glass and rear window locations. (Source)

Vintage Pontiac Windshield and Window Replacement

We can replace windows and windshields on vintage Pontiacs (1960s – 1970s). Sometimes sourcing the glass can take some time (or sometimes it can be same day). Please call us at (714) 323-2672 to schedule an appointment.

Do You Have Questions About Insurance?

We often get asked if insurance will pay for windshield and glass replacement. The answer: it depends on your policy. You can call your insurance company or agent to find out what your policy covers. Usually, you will have to pay some sort of deductible.

History of the Pontiac Name

The Pontiac brand was named after an Odawa chief that fought the British during the 1760s. Since Pontiac was a General Motors brand, it make sense that it would be named after a chief that was from Michigan (considering most of GM’s operations were based out of Michigan).

Pontiac chief

Chief Pontiac (Obwaandi’eyaag)