Numbers Matching Project: 1966 Pontiac GTO

Many consider the Pontiac GTO as the “godfather” of the mid-size muscle car market. From its introduction as an option on the Tempest/LeMans, practically every U.S. automaker jumped on board with their own factory hot rods. This example from… more»

Nomad’s Cousin: 1956 Pontiac Star Chief Safari

In 1955, Chevrolet introduced a new “sport wagon” known as the Bel Air Nomad. Though there was a lot of fanfare at the time, it didn’t equate to big sales numbers and the Nomad went away after 1957. Less… more»

GTO Clone Candidate? 1966 Pontiac LeMans Convertible

The seller of this 1966 LeMans goes on and on about the possibilities of his convertible being reincarnated as a GTO clone, and he’s even got some goat parts included in the sale, but with nearly six decades of… more»

Documented 1970 Pontiac GTO “The Judge”

Pontiac’s GTO started a mid-size muscle car craze in 1964, and almost every competitor quickly reacted with their own performance machine. But, by 1969, GTO sales were already in decline and Pontiac decided to inject some interest in the… more»

Barn-Bound 20 Years: 1968 Pontiac Firebird

During its 1967-69 first-generation run, the Pontiac Firebird was perhaps the third best-selling “pony car” (behind the Mustang and Camaro). Like its Chevy cousin, the car was little changed going into its second  year, losing its vent windows, and… more»

Original Interior: 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

Finding a classic project candidate that can be enjoyed immediately can be challenging, but that is the opportunity provided by this 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix. Its presentation is good enough to turn heads, but there are enough tasks to… more»

Rust-Free Project: 1964 Pontiac Catalina

For most of its 30-plus year run, the Catalina was the entry-level, full-size Pontiac. But it was not a basic car in terms of its trim, somewhat akin to the Chevy Bel Air or Impala. The cars were redesigned… more»

Black Over Black: 1969 Pontiac Firebird

There’s nothing more striking than a well-kept, vintage car that wears black over black. That describes the seller’s 1969 Pontiac Firebird which looks mighty sweet from any angle. Has it been restored at 69,000 miles? We don’t know, but… more»

Newer Chevy Camaro! 1969 Pontiac Firebird Tribute

This tribute to a 1969 Pontiac Firebird Trans Is a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS convertible under the skin. It’s not a kit car and we’re told is a one-of-a-kind with a lot of custom grafting done. You’re treated to… more»

Potentially Good Buy: 1969 Pontiac Firebird

General Motors fielded two new “pony cars” in 1967, the Chevy Camaro and Pontiac Firebird. They would do battle with the sensational Ford Mustang and the Mercury Cougar (the latter also debuted in 1969). This ’69 Firebird has been… more»

Ready New Owner: 1976 Pontiac Grand Prix

Set the wayback machine to 1976 and all a couple needed to celebrate the Bicentennial in style was a blue leisure suit and blue polyester pantsuit to compliment the Firethorn Red and white Landau vinyl top of this ’76… more»

Priced to Sell: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am

There is always something inherently “right” about spotting a late 1970s Pontiac Trans Am finished in Black. This is accentuated when the original owner ordered the car with the optional T-Top. This 1978 Trans Am ticks those boxes, and… more»

400/4-Speed: 1967 Pontiac Executive Safari Station Wagon

Owning a classic Station Wagon often means accepting a compromise between practicality and performance. However, this 1967 Pontiac Executive Safari demonstrates that need not always be the case. It is a solid vehicle requiring a light cosmetic restoration to… more»

No Reserve: 1973 Pontiac Trans Am

Although government regulations profoundly impacted the American automotive landscape by 1973, Pontiac strived to remain the performance benchmark within the General Motors empire. No vehicle better demonstrated that than this ’73 Trans Am. It is a solid survivor, but… more»

Attention Patina Fans! 1957 Pontiac Super Chief

In 1955-57, the Pontiac Chieftain used the same platform as the “Tri-Five” Chevies, though the sales numbers were less. In 1957, the Super Chief was introduced as a top trim level on the Chieftain, making it roughly equal to… more»

Turbo V8: 1980 Pontiac Trans Am

There were 50,896 Trans Ams built in 1980 by Pontiac. The top performing engine was the turbo 301 cubic inch V8. This was not the first American car with a turbo V8 but it is probably the most remembered. … more»