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The Pontiac Grand Prix initially served as Pontiac’s performance model. For its third generation, the Grand Prix began its transformation from a performance car to a personal luxury car that was becoming popular in the early seventies. In this segment, … Continue reading
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By 1986, the G-body Pontiac Grand Prix that was introduced in 1978 was showing its age. Although Pontiac gave the Grand Prix a body reskin in 1981, the Grand Prix could not match the aerodynamics of the Ford Thunderbird introduced … Continue reading
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It was a great time to be a car lover in the early 1970′s. There were Pony Cars, Muscle Cars and even Personal Luxury Cars. If you wanted it, more than likely someone in Michigan made it. In an effort … Continue reading
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The 1974 GTO was end of an era for Pontiac. It would be the last GTO in the spirit of a traditional American Muscle Car. The GTO would reappear in 2004, as a rebadged Holden Monaro, but it wasn’t the … Continue reading
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The original Fiero was introduced in 1984. It was originally intended to be a two-seater sports car with all new suspension and V6 engine. However management at General Motors got involved. Management felt that Pontiac needed a fuel-efficient sporty commuter car. … Continue reading
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The Pontiac Lemans was an intermediate size car that shared the GM A-body platform. It’s corporate cousins were the Chevrolet Malibu, Oldsmobile Cutlass and the Buick Skylark. For 1972, Pontiac consolidated all of their intermediate models under the LeMans name. … Continue reading
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The Pontiac G8 should have been the car that saved Pontiac. It was the right car for Pontiac, but it was brought to market at the wrong time. The G8 was a full-size, rear-wheel drive sedan that was the spiritual … Continue reading
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The Firebird was the halo sports car for the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1967 and 2002. During the Pontiac Firebird’s lifetime it shared the same platform and many components as the Chevrolet Camero. Both were introduced for the … Continue reading
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The 1970′s era Pontiac Ventura and it’s sister cars, the Chevrolet Nova, Oldsmobile Omega and Buick Apollo represent General Motors badge engineering in full swing. In the 1970′s it was common for Pontiacs to be restyled Chevrolets, but the Ventura … Continue reading
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Pontiac tried again in 1964. The first generation Pontiac Tempest was compact. For the second generation Tempest, Pontiac made it a senior compact or what we would consider as a intermediate. For the new model, the Tempest was moved from … Continue reading