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Imported new to London at the peak of the disco era, this Sundance Yellow Pontiac survives in lovely original condition with a tiny mileage, now living a quieter life in rural Scotland.
This working wagon was bought for a song, but owner CJ Prew has added plenty of upgrades to make it a rolling advert for his Stromberg carb business!
Alan Sweet did such a great job rebuilding this 1976 Pontiac Trans Am that his friend Martin Bishop couldn’t resist buying it. Then when Martin sold it, guess who took it off his hands…?
The mid-Seventies are often decried as the era when the American auto industry really started to lose its way; however, there were still some pretty impressive cars rolling out of the showrooms, as this 1977 Pontiac Formula proves.
This ’67 Pontiac GTO might look like the star car from the action movie ‘xXx’, but this one, although living a more sedate life in the Lancashire town of Bury, can still be a bit of a handful…
Subtle modifications mark this Trans Am out as a remarkably original-looking muscle car, with some trick upgrades that translate into […]
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