With its immense 428-cid, 360-hp V-8 under the hood and fantastic, cushy ride, Larry Schneider's 1969 Pontiac Bonneville convertible is a superb road trip machine.
Things seem to have worked out pretty well for Rick Mielke. He got to keep both the girl and the car. At one point back in the late 1970s, though, neither was a sure thing.
No real adventure this past weekend. I drove my 1953 Pontiac Catalina down to the opening of the Pontiac-Oakland Museum. Down to? Yup! It’s in Pontiac, Illinois– not Michigan! Seems that the Illinois city had some cash in the coffer due to its big recycling center and wanted to invest it in tourism. My...
John Mingesz probably had much in common with a lot of other car shoppers when he decided to pull the trigger and buy his 1967 Pontiac LeMans Sprint.
PLEXIGLAS PONTIAC In 1972, rwo former members of the Old Cars Weekly staff were present at the first annual Pontiac-Oakland Club International convention, which was hosted at Don’s Pizza Restaurant in Camphill, Pa. The club was small then and the convention was held on the Sunday after the Hershey car show. In those days,...
Join the Pontiac party on June 26
Barris becomes master of 'I Dream of Jeannie' car
The first time Gary Pietraniec went "Goat" hunting, the Dearborn Heights, Mich., resident opted for a 1968 Pontiac GTO. For his latest Goat, he went back a bit further, landing a 1966 hardtop that has clearly fit the bill nicely as a nearly original muscle machine that makes for a dandy weekend driver.
New museum’s opening is planned for July 21-24, 2011, in Pontiac, Ill.
Best and worst autos at the April 7-10, 2011, Food Lion AutoFair at Charlotte Motor Speedway.