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Wow it's been a while since I've seen that!

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I admire those that can see beyond the obvious.

Here's a '65 Pontiac Beaumont:

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All these Canadian jobbies, are they supposed to prime us for Pontiac's hinted future here in the US as nothing more than a rebadged Chevrolet?

Anyway, cool pics... carry on, please!

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I admire those that can see beyond the obvious.

See beyond the obvious? Why stop there? How about seeing right through it with this transparent plastic 1940 model GM built for the New York World's Fair to showcase the ever-growing use of plastic in automobiles:

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Sorry, Saturn. Your plastic body panels were not cool or original or different at all. Pontiac had you beat by a half century.

Fun Fact: this car has survived, and has been and still is 100% fully functional and operational and on the road today!

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I would probably kill somebody for this green '58. Probably.

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And would DEFINITELY kill somebody for this 1926 boat-tail race car/hill climber!

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Chevy Nova!

wait... erm...

Acadian Canso!

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Now for a real Pontiac! (My favourite Pontiac actually)

1955 Starchief

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Aluminum-bodied Pontiac Grand Prix show car, circa 1974 - 1976. Although it was not completed, it featured an experimental 250-cu. in. aluminum Pontiac V8, gullwing doors, clamshell hood, and a split-trunk lid (i.e. Cadillac Sixteen concept's split hood).

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2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP - I happen to know the owner! :smilewide:

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Interesting concept, but not pretty.

Indeed. I'd have to say the engine is the most interesting part of the whole car.

Doesn't it look to be possibly smaller than the Grand Prix of that era judging by the photos? It looks almost small enough to be F-Body based even.

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It looks almost small enough to be F-Body based even.

I think it IS an F-Body... Proportion wise seems that way doesn't it?

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Indeed. I'd have to say the engine is the most interesting part of the whole car.

Doesn't it look to be possibly smaller than the Grand Prix of that era judging by the photos? It looks almost small enough to be F-Body based even.

It seems to have some Le Mans elements?

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I think it IS an F-Body... Proportion wise seems that way doesn't it?

Yes, very much so.

It seems to have some LeMans elements?

Maybe a few.

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BEAUTIES. I love Pontiacs! Hey Harley, is that an Olds Starfire in your new sig?
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63 SUPER DUTY

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62 421 SD

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Jean Williams' ultra-rare 1-of-6 '63 SD 421 Tempest wagon

and my fav pontiac, bill mitchells personal ride

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The 2008 G8 and '59 Bonneville...two of my most favorite Pontiacs.

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