Pontiac

Are you Bandit enough to hit the road in this visionary sixth-gen Trans Am? – Brandan Gillogly @Hagerty

Just about every Pontiac lover still mourns the loss of one of America’s coolest car brands. Pontiac built some of the brawniest muscle cars of the ’60s and ’70s and paired them with lurid graphics that were, quite frankly, over… Read More ›

A decrepit “Bandit” 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am proves no car is too far gone if you want it bad enough – David Conwill @Hemmings

A deceptively deteriorated driver turns into a full-scale restoration – Part I “Love the one you’re with,” is a tough directive for a car enthusiast. It seems like no matter what vehicle you start with, it’s always in worse shape… Read More ›

Best of B-O-P: Hemmings staffers pick their favorites from Buick, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac – @Hemmings

Oldsmobile and Pontiac are history. Buick, which has been hugely popular in China, currently sells only bean-shaped, badge-engineered sport-utility vehicles in North America—one of which is manufactured exclusively in China. All of the new Buick trucklets have model names as… Read More ›

Which one of these four postwar woodie wagons would you choose for your dream garage? – Matt Litwin @Hemmings

Back in the day, those seeking outdoor adventures may have called upon the station wagon as one means to lug their gear to their travel destination. So, let’s take a step further back in our latest edition of This or That by offering… Read More ›

Did the 1961 Pontiac Monte Carlo concept foretell the Pontiac Firebird? – David Conwill @Hemmings

The GM Y-body senior compacts (Buick Special/Skylark, Oldsmobile F-85/Cutlass, and Pontiac Tempest/Le Mans) were practically sized cars with some interesting mechanical innovations, including an all-aluminum V-8. The Tempest/Le Mans sported a flexible driveshaft and a rear transaxle.When they came out… Read More ›

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