Pontiac

Numbers Matching: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am

The Burt Reynolds movie Smokey and the Bandit debuted in May 1977 (the same month as Star Wars). One of two things happened that summer: either the hot black Pontiac Trans Am helped sell movie tickets (and popcorn) or… more»

Matching-Numbers 1970 Pontiac GTO Convertible!

UPDATE – This GTO project has been relisted here on eBay with a lower BIN! Does the new asking price of $10,995 get your attention or is this seller still too high? After retiring to live the good life… more»

Runs and Drives: 1973 Pontiac Trans Am

The 1973 model year saw Pontiac introduce two new colors to the iconic Trans Am’s palette. One was a shade called Brewster Green, which originally graced the panels of our feature car. It runs and drives but needs a… more»

Tin Wood Wagon: 1951 Pontiac Eight

Like other divisions of General Motors, Pontiac rolled out new post-war cars in 1949. While the only badging on the seller’s wagon says Pontiac Eight, the simple VIN doesn’t tell us much more. P = Pontiac, MI assembly plant;… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J

With some classic cars, their backstory or a previous owner can be just as fascinating as the vehicle itself. Take this 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix as a prime example. It spent many years in the care of a single… more»

455/4-Speed: 1976 Pontiac Trans Am

Although tightening emission regulations strangled engines during the 1970s, Pontiac remained the torchbearer for those seeking performance models. The 1976 Trans Am outshone its pony car competition, and buyers had to opt for a Corvette if they sought something… more»

4 Speed: 1970 Pontiac Formula 400

The reserve has not been met on this 1970 Pontiac Formula 400. It is equipped with a 4 speed transmission and 12 bolt rear end. This Formula 400 is located in Ogden, Utah and might make a good restoration… more»

21,000 Mile Survivor: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

Some survivor-grade classics can look rough around the edges, while others will leave you astounded by their preservation. This 1979 Pontiac Trans Am fits into the second category, and its condition is a testament to an original owner who… more»

Rare 6-Cylinder/4-Speed: 1969 Pontiac Firebird Sprint

Whenever someone mentions a sporting First Generation Pontiac Firebird, most minds turn instantly to those with a V8 under the hood. However, the company was savvy enough to offer potential buyers an alternative if they couldn’t justify an eight…. more»

Misunderstood Mid-Size? 1973 Pontiac Grand Am

Looking to thwart the growing presence of European sporty cars like Mercedes-Benz and BMW, Pontiac came out with the Grand Am in 1973. It was something of a cross between the Grand Prix and the Trans Am in both… more»

Is It Real? 1974 Pontiac Trans Am Super Duty

“We Build Excitement” was the catchphrase for Pontiac, and that was certainly true when the 455 cu. in. Super Duty engine arrived on the scene in 1973. Against all odds – given the anti-horsepower climate at the time –… more»

428 V8 Drop-Top: 1969 Pontiac Bonneville

For most of the back half of the 20th Century, if you wanted Pontiac’s biggest and most luxurious car, you bought yourself a Bonneville. From 1957 through 2005, it set the standard for other full-size, well-appointed automobiles to follow…. more»

Blueprinted 400 V8: 1973 Pontiac GTO

While the Pontiac GTO was one of the most popular muscle cars of the 1960s, its fortunes dwindled in the 1970s with rising insurance costs and increasing restrictions on emissions output. All of GM’s intermediates were redesigned in 1973,… more»

Original Owner: 1965 Pontiac GTO Tri-Power 4-Speed

The Pontiac GTO was not a rare car in the 1960s. Beginning as a performance option on the mid-size Tempest/LeMans in 1964, sales exploded compared to original estimates. After selling 32,000 examples in 1964, production jumped to 75,000 units… more»

No Reserve Driver: 1977 Pontiac Trans Am

Sometimes, a project car comes along that just checks all the boxes of being a gamble worth taking. This 1977 Pontiac Trans Am may not be the most desirable spec but it’s been upgraded with some tasteful under-the-hood modifications… more»

Forty Years Asleep: 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Project

Will there ever be an end to the supply of cars that haven’t seen the light of day for decades? Here’s another one, on eBay, a 1955 Pontiac Star Chief (misidentified as a Silver Chief) two-door hardtop, bid to… more»