5 Classic Pontiacs To Consider For Your Next Resto-Mod Project

The Pontiac name was first used in 1893 by a horse-drawn buggy company that took its moniker from the Michigan city where it was founded and the Ottawa Native American chief for whom the city was named. Pontiac merged with the Oakland Motor Car company in 1906, and the newly formed General Motors corporation purchased both brands in 1909. The first GM-built Pontiac came in 1926, with a 6-cylinder engine and more rigid body structure than the industry-dominating Ford

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