Can Am

One Year Only: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Hiding in this garage is one of the rarer muscle cars from the 1970s. It proves that Pontiac continued positioning itself as the home of performance within the General Motors empire. It is a 1977 Can Am, a tidy… more»

One-Year Wonder: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

The Pontiac Can Am was something of a cross between the LeMans and the Grand Am and was produced for only one model year. Along the lines of other company products, the car took its name from the racing… more»

One Year Only Project: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

As dismal as the mid-seventies seemed to be overall for the muscle car market, Pontiac came up with a few nice surprises every so often to try and please those still longing for some sort of performance.  1973 brought… more»

One-Hit-Wonder! 1977 Pontiac Can Am

The Pontiac Can Am was a one-year wonder, a cross between the LeMans and Grand Am. It was built in 1977, the last year of the Colonnade-styled GM intermediates. Production numbers were low, said not to have exceeded 1,377… more»

20k Original Miles: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

A saying goes, “the best-laid plans of mice and men.” It denotes how unforeseen circumstances can cause a project to run off the rails. Such is the case with the 1977 Pontiac Can Am. The company planned a production… more»

62k Original Miles: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Marketing gurus deserve credit where it is due, and the good people at Pontiac realized there was a hole in their 1977 product line that required filling. The mildly facelifted Trans Am was selling up a storm, but there… more»

Twin-Engine Racing Replica: STP Porsche 917/10-002 Can-Am

Having been to track day or two in the past, and watched cars racing around a circuit, there is really nothing much more exhilarating than the smell of gas, burnt rubber, and the excitement of the crowd. However, you… more»

Rare Field Find: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Sitting in a field in Madison, North Carolina is this 1977 Pontiac Can Am. This car was found by Ty in Roanoke, Virginia and sent to us to review. Pontiac introduced the new Can-Am in 1977 based on the… more»

Rare W72: 1977 Pontiac Can Am Project

This 1977 Pontiac Can Am is a project. With an odometer reading of 94,349, the car has sat for a number of years and the seller states that they just don’t have time to finish the restoration. While the… more»

One Year Only: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

The year was 1977 and Pontiac decided to introduce a new performance car called the Can-Am which was based on the Pontiac LeMans. The car was the brainchild of Jim Wangers, the godfather of the GTO. Pontiac expected to… more»

Trans Am Alternative: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

The majority of motoring enthusiasts who are old enough to remember it don’t hold many fond memories of the Malaise Era. They were dark and gloomy times for performance car enthusiasts, but the occasional bright spark illuminated that darkness…. more»

Parked For Years: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

In sort of a blurry-lens-1940s-Hollywood-film-noir-portrait-style, the seller of this 1977 Pontiac Can Am has provided photos that are somewhat difficult to decipher. But, these are fairly rare cars to see today and this one is listed for $2,250 here… more»

1 Of 1,377: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

There has always been a level of confusion over the actual number of Pontiac Can Ams that rolled off the production line. The widely held belief that there were 1,377 cars, while Jim Wangers, the man whose company, Motortown,… more»

Seventies Survivor: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Just a few weeks ago I wrote about a 1977 Pontiac Can Am that was in dire need of a full restoration. The one submitted by reader Pat L. and found here on Craigslist in Green Bay, Wisconsin is the complete… more»

Idaho Barn Find: 1974 Can Am TNT 125

I’ll be the first to admit that this photo looks too good to be true, but perhaps the seller is being honest and this is a genuine Idaho barn find. This is a Can Am TNT 125, which looks… more»