Description: There was a time when Pontiac was building cars with real personality that weren't simply rebadged Chevys with fancier front and rear designs. During Pontiac's heyday, the one and only John ...
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James Mcmahon Apr 25, 2012
Corvettes have the LS2
Jerry Cole Apr 24, 2012
And how ddnt it push the limits W/ a 5.7 liter LS engine used in the C5 corvette?
Greg Lewis Apr 22, 2012
They did them self in with the GTO. Didn't push the limits, just a beefed up sunfire is what it looked like. Now if they would of used the concepts for the firebird or GTO from the 2010 camaro design, id own a Pontiac instead of a dodge...
Michael D'Angelo Apr 21, 2012
The G8 was itself a rebadged Holden Commodore (Australian GM car).
Jackson Michael Apr 21, 2012
Im still lamenting the loss of the great automobile that was the Aztek
Abraham Mendoza Apr 21, 2012
I was pretty depressed for awhile, after I realized the Firebird and the G8 were gone for good...
Hektor Yberg Apr 21, 2012
I couldn't sleep for 16 days when that happend =( and I'm 13
Description: DeLorean, not being one to follow the corporate rules (he was later busted for cocaine trafficking while trying to fund his own company), was the brains behind such iconic models like the Pontiac GTO,...
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Bobby Mccracken Apr 22, 2012
He was aquitted.
Adenis KalashNikov Ruci Apr 21, 2012
Wow cocaine trafficking. He must've had it tough
Patrick Joseph Apr 22, 2012
Stop being such a fanny. Pontiac sucked. From day one it sucked. I'd rather drive a Lada. I'd rather have a slice of bread with peanut butter given to me than this.
Rami Wilson Apr 22, 2012
I prefer the '87 Dodge Shelby Charger GLHS, '89 Shelby Daytona, Vette or '89 turbo Trans Am Indy pace car but, a GN probably makes the top 10. This is cool but, it's under powered. Ahh, the day's when Nascar influenced car design and visa versa.
David Griego Apr 22, 2012
Buick Grand National's were probably the best cars of the '80's era
Abraham Mendoza Apr 21, 2012
It also matters that all cars sucked at the time. All European cars fell apart, all American cars were cheap, all Japanese cars were....good?
Jackson Michael Apr 21, 2012
It doesn't matter that there were worse cars, it matters that it sucks
Abraham Mendoza Apr 21, 2012
How many cars from the early 80s were better than this? Come on, tell me.
Patrick Joseph Apr 21, 2012
I don't miss pontiac at all. Here's why.
Solf Eavid Miechti Apr 21, 2012
Appalling, looks like a saggy fibre glass kit car
Jackson Michael Apr 21, 2012
What a disgusting car
Travis Grant Apr 21, 2012
I swear I just seen this car in Charlotte at the auto fair.
Jerrod Swenson Apr 21, 2012
Nosecone droop always give these cars sad puppy eyes.
Description: First launched in 1962, the Grand Prix was originally a rather bland model. Fortunately, DeLorean was very performance-minded and when the car was redesigned for 1969, it became a bit smaller and ligh...
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Description: As such, the Grand Prix was no longer under his watchful and savvy eye. As GM's badge engineering habits continued to grow, specific models, such as the Grand Prix, began to lose more and more of...
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Andrew McNeal Apr 21, 2012
Yes, the Chevy Suburban first came out in 1935, making it the longest continuously produced car ever.
Liam Blair Apr 21, 2012
I do believe that the title belongs to the suburban, started in the 30's and continued up until the 90's I believe.
Dylan Bruder Apr 21, 2012
That title belongs to the corvette 53 to now and still going
Greg Lewis Apr 22, 2012
Really Pontiac? Looks just like a monte, or a 442, or a regal. Just with a cheap front end....
Bull Dogone Apr 21, 2012
Firebird Influence seen in hood design.
Description: Currently up for sale on eBay Motors is this very rare 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix featuring the factory optioned V97 option NASCAR "bubble back". It is one of only 1,200 units produced with tha...
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Description: With a current bid of $7,300 (the reserve hasn't been met), it also comes with a lot of NASCAR memorabilia. Any NASCAR and Pontiac fan will likely find this to be a great find and, according to t...
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Greg Lewis Apr 22, 2012
Seen the monte Carlo version of the bubble back go with almost the same amount of miles (maybe 500 more) for 12k a few years ago, do yeah I can see where you say the market leans toward Chevy. Still 7k for a car that's "like new" is a deal!
Bull Dogone Apr 21, 2012
Most likely not. I own a 1/1505 Pontiac and they just don't get love from collectors like Chevys always do.
Jason Dannheim Apr 21, 2012
I dunno. The MKI GTI was making its way to our shores, and the AE86 Corolla was actually a good, fun car. Either one would outperform this thing.
Abraham Mendoza Apr 21, 2012
It's not that bad. It was the 80s, everything was bad, so I'd rather have this over many cars from the time!
Doug Deeks Apr 21, 2012
Such an ugly monstrosity!!!
Jesse Williams Nov 11, 2012
Looks like a hatchback in the back. But, it's not that bad looking of a car.
Craig Lafey Apr 22, 2012
This is nice. Never see these around.
Paul Lissona Apr 22, 2012
I'm a car enthusiast and don't see much good in cars like yaris, cavalier etc haha.
Emmanuel Irizarry Apr 22, 2012
From the A-pillar(don't know if that's it's name) to the end, just looks like a 3rd gen maro
Abraham Mendoza Apr 21, 2012
Because I'm a car enthusiast, I must see all the good in every car.
Jackson Michael Apr 21, 2012
I don't understand why you are defending it. It's horrible.
Abraham Mendoza Apr 21, 2012
It was done for aerodynamics, but they should've tried a little harder.
Clint Edwards Apr 21, 2012
I'm trying to like it, really I am. That rear just kinda looks awkward to me
Bull Dogone Apr 21, 2012
Old Skool rims with center caps go back to early Firebirds.
Brian Ball Apr 21, 2012
@ Jason, yeah I think they were hoping to capture some of that magic the monte Carlo SS had back then....didn't work though.
Jason Bartlett Apr 21, 2012
Yes a g- bodied car for sure see a lot of monte Carlo in it.
Isaac Jacob Jimenez Apr 21, 2012
Just a fastback version of a cutlas
Dylan Bruder Apr 21, 2012
Odd side profile
Steve Waskiewicz Apr 22, 2012
It's funny how everything is relative. Compared to what we have to choose from today, this is one awkward POS. it's almost like clumsy sex. Then again, back then this was nice! Lol
Bull Dogone Apr 21, 2012
Looks NASCAR from the rear.
Tim Preisinger Apr 22, 2012
'87 Grand Nationals were the only thing I really liked that came out of the 80's. I can also respect some of the 5.0 mustangs as well
Steve Waskiewicz Apr 22, 2012
A good 80s car was the 1984 T-Bird. 5.0 V8, RWD and good looks to boot!
Abraham Mendoza Apr 21, 2012
Well there were some bright spots at the time, but its all surrounded by darkness.
Chris webb Apr 21, 2012
I love my 87 iroc-z!
Jason Bartlett Apr 21, 2012
What? No respect for the iroc around here.
Abraham Mendoza Apr 21, 2012
The only 80s car that I really like is probably the F40, and that was in 89, it was all bad.
Andrew McNeal Apr 21, 2012
At least the '90s had some "modern classics" even if the only American one was the '96 Impala SS. Can't think of any hugely memorable '80s cars besides the Delorean.
Hektor Yberg Apr 21, 2012
And the 90s was just a newer version of the eightes!
Hektor Yberg Apr 21, 2012
Not only in American!
Brian Ball Apr 21, 2012
Yup, with the exception of the Grand National, the 80's were a disappointing decade in American motoring!
Jason Bartlett Apr 21, 2012
Good ole smogged down three o fried!
Emmanuel Irizarry Apr 22, 2012
xD the other pics were SO misleading
Jason Bartlett Apr 21, 2012
The trunks still huge. Ya just can't fit huge things in.
Andrew McNeal Apr 21, 2012
Design FAIL. Should have been a hatchback if the rear glass was that huge.
Michael Evans Apr 21, 2012
WOW a convertible has more room
Jason Bartlett Apr 21, 2012
The arrow glass makes for a much smaller trunk lid
Lou Guerrero Apr 21, 2012
What's with the near-useless trunk?