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We want to know: What's your favourite Pontiac?

Pontiac shut down their production plants more than 12 years ago, but that doesn't mean they're gone forever.

Here are a couple of our favourite Pontiac classics.

An exclusive to the Canadian auto scene of the 1950s, the Pathfinder is a true rarity from an already scarce generation of cars. 

Pontiac's Grand Prix line of vehicles was one of its longest running—though we favor the second and third gens over the models of the 2000's. 

Probably Pontiac's most recognizable car, the Firebird was a trailblazer in every sense of the word. 

 

 

Cameron Chappus Posted by Cameron Chappus

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