Pontiac Barn Finds

Rare Convertible: 1981 Pontiac Trans Am Turbo

Here’s another to add to the list of formerly unbeknownst to me, a 1981 Pontiac Firebird TransAm convertible. I have encountered Gen-II “F” bodies that are topless but they were of the backyard, Sawzall variety, and certainly not professionally… more»

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Rare 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ 455 4-Speed

Kenai, Alaska is known for its salmon runs but sitting on the edge of a driveway in this Alaskan paradise is this super rare 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix. This car is one of only 199 Grand Prix’s built with… more»

Bare Bones: 1970 Pontiac Tempest T-37

The 1970 Pontiac Tempest T-37 is located in Colonial Heights, Virginia. There is less than 2 days left in the auction and this project car is bid up to $5,950 here on eBay. There is a reserve on the… more»

Four-Speed Judge! 1969 Pontiac GTO

Update 10/6/20 – This GTO project has been relisted here on eBay with the option to place a bid or buy it now for $24k. From 6/4/20 – Well, I could have opened up with “Here come ‘da judge”… more»

Last One Built: 582 Mile 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT

If I had a dollar for every car manufacturer across the globe that has collapsed in the last 100-years or so, I wouldn’t be a rich man. However, I would have a reasonable deposit for something desirable that I… more»

1-Of-94: 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix 428 HO 4-Speed!

Often when I hear “One of…” I immediately think it’s going to be something so obscure – and likely undesirable, like British Racing Green with blue interior and radio delete – that I’ve become accustomed to ignoring what makes… more»

Collection for Sale! Big American Steel and More!

Vehicular horse traders willing to visit Nicholasville, Kentucky may find a new steed among those offered in this sale of mostly-American heavy metal. The seller lost storage privileges, and you could be the winner in this clearance sale. Not… more»

1980 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am Indy Pace Car

What if your best friend calls and says he found a 1980 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am Indy Pace Car for $2,500? Would you think that is a great deal or would you ask about the condition? Well, the picture… more»

Ram Air III 400 Four-Speed! 1969 Pontiac GTO

Down but not out, this red 1969 Pontiac GTO in Salem, Wisconsin retains its numbers-matching original 400 cid (6.6L) engine, and shows less rust than you might expect from the land of cheese and Supper Clubs. The grille split… more»

Pair Of 2M4s: Two Pontiac Fieros for $10K!

It’s not entirely surprising to see this pair of Pontiac Fieros for $10,000 still listed for sale after the ad was flagged a week ago. While there’s no where to go but up for Pontiac’s classic mid-engined coupe, the… more»

12k Original Miles: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am 10th Anniversary

Hidden under this cover is a Pontiac Trans Am that has led a sheltered existence. It spent part of its life as a museum piece but has been in private ownership for the past 11-years. The owner has only… more»

Asleep For A Decade: 1964 Pontiac GTO

My favorite Pontiac GTO is the model’s first year, 1964, and here’s a quite-nice coupe here on craigslist in Temecula, California that can be had for $15,000. The 1964 model year was the first for the GTO and a… more»

GTO Hunter: 1967 Pontiac Le Mans 455 4-Speed!

Stored “for years,” this bad red Pontiac crawled out into the sunlight, swallowed some brake and fuel system parts, and now “runs great!” according to the seller. The hard work is done; the mysteries solved. Move along if you… more»

31K Mile: 1979 Pontiac Firebird Formula

  Pontiac had its best year in the history of the Firebird in 1979 with sales of 211,453 cars. With the redesigned front fascia and blacked out tail lights, enthusiasts flocked to Pontiac dealerships to buy Firebirds, Esprits, Formulas,… more»

1989 Pontiac Trans Am GTA With 16,700 Genuine Miles!

By the 1980s, manufacturers like Pontiac had found their mojo once again. After surviving the depths of the Malaise Era, they were able to claw back much of the lost performance that had been part-and-parcel of complying with tighter… more»

The Real Deal: 1968 Pontiac GTO

In the world of ’60s muscle cars, making your own, or creating a “clone” is an all too common occurrence. There is absolutely nothing wrong with doing that as long as the seller advises as much at sale time…. more»