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Pontiac Grand Prix - 1969-1972Details click here
The grand prix was already a hot muscle car before pontiac introduced an all-new model for 1969. Built on an exclusive 118-in. Wheelbase, with a v:shaped grille and square headlight surrounds, the grand prix had the longest hood of any production car in history. This single-series hardtop coupe was even faster with the sj option.
Pontiac Grand Prix - 1963Details click here
Described by one writer as an athlete in tuxedo, the pontiac grand prix was a combination of performance and luxury that came into its own for 1963, its second year in existence. Production of this hardtop coupe jumped to 72,959, a 140 percent increase over 1962 output and the largest total until 1969.
Pontiac Gto - 1968-1972Details click here
Originally, the pontiac gto was not a car model but a hot-rod option that, beginning for 1964, mated a big 389-cu.-in. V8 to the pontiac tempest, lemans or catalina. The pontiac lineup for 1968 introduced the separate gto series, which consisted of a hardtop coupe and convertible.
Pontiac Gto The Judge - 1970Details click here
It is very difficult not to notice when the judge cruises by. Beginning in 1968 and continuing through through the redesign of 1970, pontiac packed all its performance options for the muscle-bound gto into a flashy package called simply the judge. While the jury may still be out on the name, a strong case can be made for what lies under the hood.
Pontiac Safari - 1955-1957Details click here
The 1955-57 pontiac custom safari, a two-door station wagon attached to the top-line star chief series, was larger, more luxurious and more powerful than the chevrolet nomad on which it was based. The two wagons shared the same body, but the safari had a different front end, dashboard and taillights.
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