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Originally posted by CAPT PROTON
Because there was nothing to sell off other than a name and some badging. There was no car. The factory was a GM factory, not a Pontiac factory. They were just reskinned versions of other GM cars that gave the illusion of another company just like all of GM's other brands. The Toyota Matrix and the Pontiac Vibe were the same car with different outer skins, but the interior dash was the same.
There was no car. For that, you would have to go back to the time when Pontiac was still an independent.
Originally posted by Iwinder
Pontiac had some of the most stylish cars on the market, I don't care what anyone says I have owned a La mans and now we own a 2003 supercharged Grand Prix and this car is just awesome for performance and looks too.
Pontiac made some of the best looking cars available and they jammed a lot of stuff under the hood.
Any Pontiac nay Sayers here are revealing their true age for sure.
Me 50 plus so yeah I know my Pontiac's.
Regards, from an old fart who also has a 86 GMC Wrangler with a HP crate and lots of goodies