Family Hauler: 1979 Jeep Cherokee

In my part of the country, car show entries of classic SUVs seem to be growing. I often see Broncos, Blazers/Jimmies, and even the occasional Scout. But if you want to stand out in the classic SUV crowd, a… more»

Untouched Survivor: 1975 Jeep Cherokee Sport

Jeep was merrily producing Wagoneers since about 1963, moving the vehicle ever upscale, but the market was ripe for a cheaper version of the popular SUV that could appeal to a younger crowd. The first Cherokees were simply two-door… more»

18k Mile One-Owner: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

The Pontiac Grand Prix went into its fourth generation of production in 1973 and would be quite popular. This is the era of the Colonnade styling that was employed on all of GM’s mid-size cars. The car would set… more»

400 V8 Black Beauty! 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ

There are 3 specific phases of the third-generation Pontiac Grand Prix I can decisively remember seeing the car go through, although it’s likely the same scenario for many cars of this era.  I was 12 when the ’77 model… more»

Rare Model SJ: 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix

The year 1969 was very good for General Motors – a good economy and strong sales. At Chevrolet, there was a record number of Camaros produced (243,000) but it was goodbye to the Corvair. Over at Pontiac, they were… more»