Pontiac

Restore or Preserve? 1957 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible

Some classics divide opinions, and I suspect this 1957 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible may fall into that category. Its tired paint may lead some to consider restoration as the best option. However, the lack of rust and overall originality… more»

California Barn Find: 1971 Pontiac Firebird

This 1971 Pontiac Firebird is a running project. It is located in Orange County, California and the seller states that the car has spent its entire 53 years in the State of California. It has been stored for the… more»

95k Original Miles: 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Let’s be honest; There wasn’t a lot for motoring enthusiasts to become excited about in the late 1970s. Cars had become heavier and slower, with vehicles that had previously been high-performance models capable of doing little but transform fuel… more»

1-of-23: 1994 Pontiac Firebird SLP Firehawk

Cars like this 1994 Pontiac Firebird SLP Firehawk proved to the world that after the misery of the 1970s and 1980s. Detroit was most definitely back in the high-performance game. This car’s V8 engine provides impressive acceleration and top… more»

350 V8 Survivor: 1969 Pontiac LeMans

The compact Pontiac Tempest/LeMans took on more size in 1964, becoming a mid-size GM offering along with the Oldsmobile Cutlass and Buick Skylark. They got their first redesign in 1968, creating a look that would resonate well with buyers… more»

400 Tri-Power: 1967 Pontiac GTO

Widely regarded as the father of the muscle car, pristine examples of the First Generation Pontiac GTO typically command impressive prices. This 1967 GTO proves that even when modified, these classics generate significant interest when they hit the market…. more»

400-Equipped: 1972 Pontiac Firebird

One of the great attractions of many American classics is that they offer scope for owners to personalize their ride with a vast array of factory and aftermarket components. This 1972 Pontiac Firebird is a perfect example of that… more»

Garaged 16 Years: 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix

The Pontiac Grand Prix debuted in 1962 as a personal luxury car with some muscle. At first, it was based on a full-size platform, and – from 1964 to 1968 – sales declined every year except one. The shift… more»

BF Auction: 2001 Pontiac Trans Am

It’s incredibly sad that in two years, it will be 100 years since the creation of Pontiac. Started as a companion to GM’s upscale brand Oakland in 1926, by 1931, Pontiac had proven the more popular make, and Oakland… more»

BF Auction: 1957 Pontiac Star Chief Tri-Power

The Tri-Five Chevy was one of, if not the most popular, car manufactured in the 1950s. It’s easy to see why; they offered great looks, and performance was brisk when optioned with a V8. As well optioned as Bel… more»

1979 Pontiac Trans Am With 10k Original Miles!

The term “time capsule” is one of the most overused in the classic world, but I can think of no better way to describe this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am. It has a genuine 10,280 miles on the clock, with… more»

Former Museum Dweller: 1968 Pontiac GTO

The Pontiac GTO is credited with starting the mid-size muscle car movement in the mid-1960s. And would remain a top seller in the field although growing competition would limit its sales record to the 1966 model year. The car… more»

Rare V8/5-Speed: 1983 Pontiac Trans Am Daytona Pace Car

The seller states that the 1983 Pontiac Trans Am Daytona 500 Pace Car is a future investment-grade classic, and it seems the market backs them up. Values have climbed rapidly in the past couple of years, and now could… more»

1 of 280! 1967 Pontiac 428 2+2 Convertible

Pontiac’s GTO gets the tiger’s share of attention when it comes to ’60s performance, but shoppers with fat wallets in 1967 ignored the mid-sized GTO to go upmarket, delighting the dealer with a quest for full-sized style and flair…. more»

Rare 4-Speed Project: 1969 Pontiac Firebird Sprint

The Sprint was an interesting twist on the popular Pontiac Firebird “pony car.” For example, in 1969, rather than using the 175 hp version of the 250 cubic inch OHC inline-six like other Firebirds, the Sprint’s version kicked out… more»

Mostly Original: 1979 Pontiac Firebird Formula

The Formula edition of the Pontiac Firebird arrived in 1970 with the debut of the second generation of the popular “pony car”. It was a performance compromise between the base Firebird and the Trans Am. With muscle cars on… more»

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