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A Trans-Am Retrospective

People often think of the Pontiac Trans-Am as a commonplace car. But in 1969, the very first year, only 697 were built - just eight of them convertibles. All were white...

Remember These?

If you can't get the tune out of your head, does that mean you'll end up buying the car - or even liking it at all? Rich, corinthian leather will only...

Worst Car Names Ever

Naming cars, like naming kids, sometimes comes out all wrong. Striving to be cr8tive, some parents cripple their progeny with appellations guaranteed to result in a lifetime of abuse. It's the same...

Another One Bites The Dust

Some unhappy news came in the mail yesterday. A notice that my favorite car magazine - High Performance Pontiac - will be ceasing publication after the October issue. Pontiac itself, of course,...

Must-Have Classic Car “Accessories”

A few weeks back, before the weather turned to schiesse, took my old Pontiac - a 1976 Trans-Am - to a local old car show. The old disco machine is...

Pontiac GrandVille convertible, 1971-1975

The sudden demise of the Catalina convertible in 1972 left Pontiac with just one capital ship convertible in its inventory - the mighty (but short-lived) GrandVille. It was basically a two-door version...

15 Percent Ethanol “Gas” May be Here by Fall…

If it was built before the 1980s, your vehicle was designed to burn gasoline - and nothing else. That's what was sold back then, so it's what the engineers assumed when they...

Girlie Cars of the Recent Past

There are manly cars and there are not-so-manly cars. And then there are cars that Liberace would have loved. Back in the '80s, such cars included the VW Rabbit cabriolet -...

Chevy Kingswood Estate wagon, 1969-1972

One of the greatest things about the Great Whales of the past was their names. Today, everything's alpha-numeric. "X" This and 123 that. All the good names have either been taken,...

Two Wheeled Red Barchettas . . .

Motorcycles will probably prove to be the real-life Red Barchettas. You may remember the great Libertarian anthem by the classic rock band, Rush. It depicts a future world in which private cars...
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