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1926 was the year of establishment of Pontiac, an American car brand overtaking a popular General Motors subsidiary company, Oakland. It also replaced the Oakland’s factory and for its existence became a make for Chevrolet. Pontiac sales reached countries including Mexico, Canada, where they are the most popular, and the United States. Mainly, they are selling high performance vehicles.

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Unfortunately in 2009, General Motors decided to stop the production of the brand due to financial problems, and decided to end it by 2010. General Motors then continued the production of their core brands, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, and Buick. The last Pontiac cars were sold in December 2009.

Pontiac started with the name of “The Pontiac Buggy Company” in 1893. Their first vehicle named “The Pontiac” was released on the fall of 1907. This vehicle weighs at around 1000 pounds and is a highwheeler mainly powered by a water-cooled two-cylinder 12 horsepower engine.

Pontiac Vibe Car Model
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Until 1956, Pontiac has been using a Native American headdress as its logo. This was then updated after one year with an American red arrowhead. This is also known as the Dart. One main distinction of Pontiacs is their Silver Streaks – which are slender strips of stainless steel coming from down the middle of the hood extending to the grille. Another Pontiac trademark is a split grille design, the “grilled-over” which are taillights in multiple strips, and their pointed arrowhead nose.

In 1946, Pontiac started investing on power and began working on their V8 engine. Supposedly, an L-head engine is the original plan to be made but due to incompetence of this engine when compared to the OHV Oldsmobile V-8, they decided to redirect to an OHV design.

A few more years after, Pontiac debuted a more powerful version of the V8. This engine was fully equipped with a powerful racing camshaft. They also installed 4-barrel dual carburetors to this model.

Here is the Full List of Pontiac Models and Variants:

  • Pontiac Aztek
  • Pontiac Catalina
  • Pontiac Chieftain
  • Pontiac Cobalt
  • Pontiac Custom S
  • Pontiac Fiero
  • Pontiac Firebird
  • Pontiac Executive
  • Pontiac Grand Safari
  • Pontiac G6
  • Pontiac G8
  • Pontiac Le Mans
  • mid-90’s Grand Prix
  • Pontiac Montana minivan
  • Pontiac Parisienne
  • Pontiac Pathfinder
  • Pontiac GTO

    Pontiac GTO car model

    Image source: wikipedia.org

    The Pontiac GTO is a car designed and manufactured by Pontiac, an American automaker. It was first released in 1964 and then its production ended in 1974. It was then transferred to Holden, another General Motors subsidiary in 2004 and it continued until 2006.

  • Pontiac Phoenix
  • Pontiac Safari
  • Pontiac Solstice
  • Pontiac Star Chief 1955
  • Pontiac Streamliner
  • Pontiac Sunbird
  • Pontiac Sunfire
  • Pontiac Tempest
  • Pontiac Torrent
  • Pontiac Trans Sport
  • 1936 Pontiac Master Six Coupe
  • 1948 Pontiac Silver Streak Convertible Coupe
  • 1956 Pontiac Canadian Pathfinder Sedan Delivery
  • 1959 Pontiac Bonneville
  • 1964 Pontiac Bonneville Brougham
  • 1969 Pontiac GTO convertible
  • 1973 Pontiac Grand Am
  • 1975 Pontiac Astre
  • 1975 Pontiac Grand Ville
  • 1985 Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am
  • 1985 Pontiac Fiero Sport Coupe
  • Pontiac 6000
  • Maruti Esteem
  • Pontiac Firebird 400
  • Pontiac Parisienne
  • Pontiac Safari
  • Pontiac Can Am
  • Pontiac 1000
  • Pontiac Grand Prix
  • Pontiac Firefly
  • Pontiac GTO Judge
  • Pontiac Catalina Super Duty 421
  • Pontiac G3
  • Pontiac Polaris
  • Pontiac Ventura
  • Pontiac Trans Am Super Duty 455
  • Pontiac LeMans
  • Pontiac Vibe
  • Pontiac 2+2
  • Pontiac G5
  • Pontiac Banshee

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