Pontiac Barn Finds

READER AD: 1986 Pontiac Firebird With 39k Miles

Over the past few years, we’ve watched Trans Am prices skyrocket, especially for ones built between 1970 and 1981. The third generation Firebirds have yet to really take off, but as time goes on, we’ve seen a definite increase… more»

Behind The Barn: 1966 Pontiac GTO

We have all seen cars found and stored just about everywhere. Some finds like this ’66 Pontiac GTO get so close to being stored safely but don’t quite make it to safety. Found behind a barn, this 389 4-speed… more»

Rare 1973 Pontiac Grand Ville Coupe

When Pontiac released the top trim level Grand Ville in 1971, the fuel crisis had yet hit and big cars like this with massive engines were all the rage. At 18 feet long, 4,475 pounds and loaded with all… more»

Ready To Off-Road: 1956 Pontiac Sedan 4×4

I absolutely love seeing something other than a truck body placed on top of a truck chassis. Though it may look somewhat silly, it always brings a smile to my face, and I’m sure it offers quite an interesting… more»

Painted Lady: 1976 Pontiac Acadian Woody

A rebadged Chevette wearing the Pontiac name and woodgrain sides in one of the world’s most beautiful cities? Oui, merci beaucoup! It all comes together in the form of this 1976 Pontiac Acadian found here on eBay in Quebec… more»

87k Original Miles: 1969 Pontiac Catalina

While it was essentially the same under the skin as the 1968 model, 1969 brought a major update in styling for the Catalina. This gave the car a far squarer and more aggressive look that has stood the test… more»

Pontiac Project: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

The owner of this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am says that it is a solid car that runs and drives well. We only get a few limited pictures, and the car is now sitting in storage, so there are no… more»

43k Genuine Miles: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

With a new model due to be launched the following year, 1977 marked the final year of production for the 3rd Generation Grand Prix. That final year of production also heralded some pretty substantial changes in direction for the… more»

Sitting For Years: 1952 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe Convertible

Following a death in the family, this 1952 Pontiac Chieftain Convertible has spent many years sitting unused in a garage. The owner has decided that the time has come for the car to find a new home, so has… more»

1-Of-15: 2006 Pontiac GTO Lingenfelter Revenge

Sometimes cars come along that are an open book, and their history can be quite easy to trace and to verify. Sometimes cars come along that throw up a bit of a mystery, and this Pontiac GTO is just… more»

A Big Surprise: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am Special Edition

Don’t be fooled by the sad exterior condition, because below that faded and ruined paint-work lies a nice, solid car that is ready to be driven and enjoyed right now. A 1978 Pontiac Trans Am Special Edition is a… more»

1-of-10: 1967 Pontiac 2+2 Convertible

The owner of this 1967 Pontiac 2+2 Convertible claims that it is 1-of-10 cars left in existence, and various reliable sources on the internet seem to confirm this fact. That makes this a very rare car, and it looks… more»

Calendar Girl: 1984 Pontiac Trans Am Turbo

It’s not that unusual for a person to buy a classic car and decide to sell it at some point down the track. What is more unusual is to find a person who decides to repeat the process with… more»

Indy 500 Pace Car: 1984 Pontiac Fiero

While we all know most pace cars are a shadow of their on-track counterparts, I think we can all agree some of the replicas are cooler than others. That’s how I feel about the Fiero, even if it was… more»

Cheap Florida Barn Find: 1992 Pontiac Firebird

I spend a fair amount of time in Florida, as it’s one of my favorite places to visit and easily accessible from my too-cold-too-often home of Rhode Island. One aspect of the Sunshine State that’s different from home is… more»

What’s It Worth? 1973 Pontiac Trans Am

I’m somewhat self-conscious about how much I love old license plates. As it stands right now, I’m trying to figure out the most economical way to assemble a collection of different Florida specialty plates without spending a fortune. That’s… more»