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The Pontiac division of GM made the GTO from 1964 until 1974. This car is legendary. It wasn’t the first muscle car, but it soon became the one other manufacturers wanted to be like. The […]

The first choice for the Pontiac division of GM was a two-seat sports car, but GM was afraid it would hurt Corvette sales. Therefore, the second prize from GM management was the Pontiac Firebird, which would compete […]

The Oldsmobile 4-4-2 in 1971, as well as other high-powered muscle cars, took a major setback with new EPA regulations, which would become more stringent each year. This first year came with the regulation requiring all newly manufactured […]

As a compact, the first-generation Cutlass F-85 did not live up to sales expectations, and so the G2 version is larger, now an intermediate size with a more traditional body on frame construction incorporating rails […]

For 1959, the Impala had its own nameplate; it was no longer an option package for the Bel Air. The new model was available as a four-door sedan, four-door coupe, two-door coupe, two-door hard-top,  or a convertible. The […]

The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona is arguably one of the most radical cars to emerge from the muscle car’s heydays in the ’60s to the ’70s. Ironically, it was not designed for ordinary street races. […]

Beginning in the mid-1950s ,GM had all divisions working on a compact model to meet the rising demand for more practical and inexpensive basic transportation.  The Buick, Pontiac, and Oldsmobile divisions had slightly larger “senior compacts,” while Chevrolet had […]

In 1976, to commemorate Pontiac’s 50th year, a special black with gold highlights anniversary edition of the Trans Am was on showroom floors. The 1977 model had a more slanted nosed than the ’76. From […]


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