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1970-1/2 Pontiac Trans-Am Firebird
No. PO-14

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1973 455 Super Duty
Pontiac Trans Am Firebird
No. PO-15




1973 455 Super Duty
Pontiac Formula Firebird
No. PO-16

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1977 Bandit
Pontiac Trans Am
No. PO-19




1973 Pontiac
455 Super Duty Engine
No. PO-21

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1976 50th Anniverasry
Pontiac Trans Am Firebird
No. PO-17




1967 Pontiac
Firebird
No. PO-11

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1964 Pontiac GTO
No. PO-10




1968 Pontiac GTO Ram Air II
No. PO-13

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1969 Pontiac GTO Judge
No. PO-12




1974 Pontiac GTO
No. PO-20

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1959 Pontiac
Bonneville

No. PO-9




1976 50th Anniversary
Pontiac Grand Prix
No. PO-18

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1965 Pontiac GTO - No. PO-1
Here's the story...


1965 Pontiac GTO Profile
No. PO-2
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1964 Pontiac GTO - No. BPS-5
Here's the story...



1966 Pontiac GTO - No. BPS-16
Here's the story...

11x17 Parchment Paper Print
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1970-1/2 Pontiac Trans-Am Firebird
No. BPS-12



1962 Pontiac Super Duty Catalina
No. BPS-20
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1966 GTO Profile
No. PO-3



1968 GTO - No. PO-4
Here's the story...
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1968 Pontiac GTO In The Weeds
No. PO-5



1969 Trans-Am Firebird - No. PO-6
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1970-1/2 Trans-Am Firebird - No. PO-7
Here's the story...



The Tin Indian Tempest/GTO Wagon
No. PO-8
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1964 Pontiac GTO - John Z. DeLorean was one of the first automotive marketing guys to accurately take the temperature of the emerging street scene. DeLorean simply spent some evenings on Woodward Avenue and took notes. He noticed that the street racer-types were using mag wheels, loud mufflers, extra carburetors, a tachometer, and a Hurst shifter.

DeLorean’s proposed to Pontiac management that they could take some hot parts from the racing efforts of the Pontiac NASCAR racers and bolt them on to their popular and light weight Tempest sedan. They picked up the “GTO” name from Ferrari and POOF!!!! An instant classic and a “Muscle Car Era” was born. - KST


1965 GTO - Although great things were to come for the GTO, as early as ‘65, the car looked like it was “done.” The GTO had all the right parts for go and show. It had a cool attitude and was quickly nick-named, “the Goat.”

The relatively light-weight GTO responded well to simple go-fast tricks such as headers, glass-pack mufflers, and a 4.11 rear gear-set. After that, all you needed was a reverb for your AM radio, a tank-full of leaded premiun gas, and your best babe. - KST


1966 Pontiac GTO - John DeLorean’s ‘64 GTO is credited as the first “official” muscle car. By ‘66, the GTO had not only become a cultural happening, but had grown into a very well balanced street performance car. The GTO had the right combination of great looks, terrific interior trim, a cool name, a reasonable price, and solid street performance.

By ‘66 the GTO had also developed a loyal following on the drag strip. The Royal Pontiac GTO was tearing up tracks all over the country in Stock and Super Stock Eliminator racing. This provided GREAT press for Pontiac’s “Great One” the GTO. - KST


1968 GTO - This was one of the toughest-looking GTOs ever made. Complete, but not over-done. “The Judge” option also arrived in ‘69 giving GTO buyers yet another option to choose from for their Goat. Pontiac had its second best year for the GTO in ‘68. They sold 87,684 units. - KST


1969 Pontiac Trans-Am Firebird - It was a little odd that Pontiac was paying the SCCA a royalty to use the “Trans-Am” name for their “racing option” Firebird, yet Chevy was dominating the Trans-Am racing series. Much of that had to do with Chevrolet’s back-door relationship with numerous Chevy road racing teams. It also helped that they had the best sports sedan team management of the time - the Penske Racing Team.

Even though the Firebird was first cousin to the Camaro, no one associated Pontiac with road racing. There were many NASCAR and drag racing connections, but nothing in road racing. Consequently, the ‘69 Trans-Am Firebird hardly got noticed. Pontiac backed a 70-1/2 Trans-Am racing team, but by then Penske was racing an AMC Javelin and no one could touch them, not even Jim Hall’s Chaparral Camaros. - KST


1970-1/2 Pontiac Trans-Am Firebird - When the 70-1/2 Camaro and Firebird was first shown to the automotive press, they went nuts! “Where did these designs come from, Ferrari or Maseratti?” was the question most asked. But everyone’s eye went to the white Firebird with the single blue stripe over the hood, top, and rear deck. You know, the Trans-Am!

While the Z-28 Camaro looked cool, the Trans-Am was just over the boiling point. It had all of the way-cool body stuff - front air-dam / wheel flairs, front fender vents, a reverse opening shaker hood scoop, rear-wheel arches, and a flipper rear spoiler. Then there were mag wheels, fat 60-series tires, dual exhaust, a 4-speed, and a 455-cid engine! All bundled up with lots of “go-fast around curves” suspension parts. For 1970, it didn’t get much better than that. The engine size limit in the racing Trans-Am Series was 305 cubic-inches, but no one cared. The street Trans-Am was hot and delicious!
- KST


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