Pontiac Barn Finds

Built 400: 1976 Pontiac Trans Am

Beauty is said to be skin deep, but that isn’t exactly the case with this 1976 Pontiac Trans Am. In its case, the skin looks quite ugly, but the beauty seems to go down to its core. When you… more»

Rare Leather Option: 1968 Pontiac Firebird Convertible

Both Chevrolet and Pontiac countered the Ford Mustang in 1967 with the Camaro and Firebird, respectively. As the Cougar would be the Mustang’s upscale companion, the Firebird will fill that role at General Motors. Just under 17,000 Firebird convertibles… more»

Barn Find Roller: 1964 Pontiac GTO

The GTO. Gas, Tires & Oil. GOAT. The car that’s credited with starting the mid-1960s mid-size muscle car movement. While GTO co-father John DeLorean thought that was an untapped market for a car like this, internal GM pundits thought… more»

Genuine 455 Super Duty: 1973 Pontiac Firebird Formula

As our new car market begins to show more of a preference for hybrids and zero-emission vehicles, the current crop of performance models will develop greater significance with each passing year. However, that also means that past generations will… more»

One-Owner Project: 1973 Pontiac Grand Am

Pontiac’s Grand Am, new for 1973, was inspired by the encroaching European brands like Mercedes and BMW into the U.S. car market. The idea was to combine sporty-car and luxury-car into the same package. So, the Grand Am would… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am WS6

This 1978 Pontiac Trans Am has spent its life in the drier states of Texas and California. Therefore, it should be no surprise to learn that it has managed to avoid the ravages of rust. The paint shows some… more»

House Included! Collection Liquidation In Michigan

This is one of 2020’s more challenging Barn Finds assignments, the kind that’s hard to peel away once you’ve seen it.  The seller has made a posting on Craigslist with 24 photos and some terse descriptions of some of… more»

421 Tri-Power 4-Speed! 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix

With $135,000 invested, this 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix promises to stand tall at any venue. Immaculate paint and a factory-perfect engine compartment represent merely the appetizer at this smörgåsbord of Pontiac perfection. Only 20 miles have passed beneath the… 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»

Hurst-Equipped: 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix J

The second generation of the Grand Prix (1969-72) was one of its most successful, combining luxury and performance in a mid-size package that was quite popular. Despite being a little shorter than the ’68 model, this grouping of Grand… more»

Loaded 28k Mile: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am

The Pontiac Trans Am once again set new sales records in 1978 after the release of the movie Smokey and the Bandit in 1977. This platinum silver 1978 Pontiac Trans Am is located in Cincinnati, Ohio and looks to… more»

Pair Of Canadian Pontiac Parisiennes

Ah, Paris; the City of Light, with its sidewalk cafés, the Eiffel Tower, locals driving around, carefree, in their giant Pontiacs… Wait; what? Scratch that last part, but to a Canadian car buyer, Pontiac’s Parisienne usually represented the most… more»

53,000 Mile Time Capsule: 1988 Pontiac Bonneville SE

This eight generation Pontiac Bonneville may very well be one of the best ones left, so you can certainly tolerate the seller’s excitement that is hard to miss in the listing description. To some extent, that’s a low bar… more»

Original Paint! 1968 Pontiac LeMans

The 1968 Pontiac LeMans was a model sandwiched between the lower-priced Tempest and the performance-oriented GTO. At the time, even Pontiac struggled for differentiation, using the same art for both a Tempest ad and a LeMans ad! This particular… more»

Real Deal? 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge Ram Air IV

Pontiac executives didn’t know they were creating a future icon when they launched the Judge version of the GTO in 1969. It was conceived to do battle with Mopar products that were equipped with 440 Six-Pack engines. As the… more»

Parked For 30 Years: 1970 Pontiac LeMans Sport Hardtop

The seller of this Pontiac LeMans Sport Hardtop lists it as a 1971 model. However, one look at the front of the car and the VIN reveals this to be a 1970 model. It was recently unearthed after being… more»