- 1978 Pontiac Trans Am (78 WS6 TA)
- 1986 Buick Grand National (TurboGN)
- 1969 Ford Torino (1969 Torino)
- 2003 Pontiac Bonneville (Daily Drivers)
- 1978 Pontiac Trans Am (1978 W72 4spd Black)
- 1977 Pontiac Trans Am (Trans AM No. 1)
- 1979 Pontiac Firebird (10th TA -- Z-Code)
- 1998 Pontiac Trans Am Convertible (RamAirTA)
- 1994 Pontiac 25th Anniversary Trans AM (25th TA)
- 1978 Chevrolet 4x4 Long Box K-10 (Cheyenne)
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It now rests with Oldsmobile as another major brand in the archives of Transportation History. This is a clear testimonial to what happens when you fill a company with people who really don't know anything about their products or market place and simply how to count beans.
When you quit listening to your customers and think you know better than then do, you will loose your identity and focus. It will only be a matter of time before the writing becomes clear on the wall.
I think we have government regulations to blame for some of this too. I am not saying we shouldn't be mindful of our environment and the impact we have on it or the safety of our cars, but there is a point when you are regulating too much.
Pick up a copy of Car Craft or Hot Rod and see the cover story as the political machine positions to put an even tighter grip on our hobby. We all need to pay attention or our cars will just be something we get to look at, but never drive.
Pontiac - RIP
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