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Some Great Pics From Past Pontiacs

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Some great old Pontiac pics from the past. I'm loving the 1928 Pontiac Landau Sport Sedan! :smilewide:

1926- 1949

http://www.oldcarandtruckpictures.com/Pontiac/

1950 - 1959

http://oldcarandtruckpictures.com/Pontiac/...c1950-1959.html

1960 - 1970

http://oldcarandtruckpictures.com/Pontiac/...c1960-1970.html

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Look at all that distinctiveness (except for a few of the Canadian cars). Thanks for reminding us, Custom-S, of Pontiac's intrinsic style... lacking in the newest... G8.
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I wish they would style a Pontiac that stands out as much as the 64 models. We had a 64 Catalina sport coupe and its huge 2 slot grill and coke bottle shape let people know it was a Pontiac from miles away.

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I would hands-down pick a '57 over a '58, but I love the '58s too. My grandfather (2-tone green Star Chief 4-dr hardtop) & my father-in-law (white over coral Chieftan 2-dr hardtop) both owned '57s, tho unforunately neither saved theirs for me.

But I agree with Brougham-Holiday, which is why I've owned (3) 64s, (3) 65s and a 66 Pontiac. '64 is my favorite of them all.

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Boy was that fun! I liked a lot of 30's Pontiacs too.

I looked over several other makes too (Studebaker, etc.). Some of what they referred to a business coupes are quite nice. I wonder if something like that would make a go of it today. It's funny how station wagons through the years never really did compare. Now it's about as good as it gets. :huh:

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The 1961 Pontiac will always be my favorite.

Pure Pontiac. Pure General Motors. Pure American.

Now this is a two door, pillarless hardtop.

Beautiful.

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Brian, I admire your intellect and taste in cars but I would have to disagree. Given the choice I think the 62 Grand Prix is sexier.

However, I would gladly take either car...that 58 in two tone green looked fabulous.

Chris

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