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60th Anniversary 1964 Pontiac GTO

Evans takes a look back at the legendary Pontiac GTO, which is celebrating its 60th Anniversary in 2024…

1968 Pontiac Firebird 400

Pete Wolfe’s 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 is a stunning example – so good he just couldn’t resist buying it.

1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

Imported new to London at the peak of the disco era, this Sundance Yellow Pontiac survives in lovely original condition with a tiny mileage, now living a quieter life in rural Scotland.

1989 Pontiac Stinger

Foreseeing the boom in soft-road and outdoorsy leisure vehicles, Pontiac unveiled the Stinger in the Eighties. It was a concept car that foretold many of the trends that were to come in the following decades…

1966 Pontiac GTO

The ‘goat’ brought real muscle that defined an era

1980 Pontiac Trans Am

Having purchased his dream 1980 Pontiac Trans Am, Joe London began restoring the car and added a few individual touches along the way – as you do!

K.I.T.T. Pontiac’s Knight Rider Firebird Star Car

The great thing about having a car as a favourite hero in childhood is that you can recreate it exactly in the metal as an adult, and own it.

1967 Pontiac GTO

1967 Pontiac GTO might look like the star car from the action movie ‘xXx’, but this one, although-living a more sedate life in the Lancashire town of Bury, can still be a bit of a handful…

1976 Pontiac Trans Am

Alan Sweet did such a great job rebuilding this 1976 Pontiac Trans Am that his friend Martin Bishop couldn’t resist buying it. Then when Martin sold it, guess who took it off his hands…? 1976 Pontiac Trans Am.

1967 Pontiac Bonneville

Trevor Cowell’s big black Pontiac really is an imposing machine, but this ’67 Bonneville needed a little bit of personalization

1990 Pontiac Sunfire Concept Car

As Pontiac’s star waned in the Nineties, a concept called the Sunfire offered a glimmer of hope. Sadly, as Richard Heseltine discovers, it was a false dawn…

1964 Pontiac Parisienne

Todd and Patty Bourgon’s 1964 Parisienne is a window into Sixties Canadian motoring, when life was lived at a more relaxed pace…

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