Every Generation Pontiac Trans Am, Ranked Worst To Best

It was the middle of the 1960s, and American car manufacturing was on the cusp of what would be one of its greatest eras. Gasoline was cheap, meaningful emission regulation was years away, and the biggest engine crammed into the lightest car was the most direct route to performance. Pontiac helped kickstart the era with the GTO, but General Manager John Delorean wanted something more along the lines of a sports car. Despite Delorean’s support of the Corvette-like Banshee

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