None of these cars achieved their goals, but they're still worth celebrating.
Wouldn't it be awesome if these showed up again?
If you're a young driver looking for cheap speed, you'll want to learn about the L67.
Because America loves speed.
In a world of outrageous collector car prices, this is a muscle car the average person might still be able to afford.
The verse isn't very good, though.
Yes, you technically can buy a used Caprice police car. But do you really want to?
Firebirds VIN #001 and VIN #002 will be sold as a pair.
But if you had the chance to drive one, you really wouldn't complain, would you?
Cars like a 1968 Pontiac Firebird can get ready for the next 50 years with just a few simple changes.
Get past the zany looks, and Pontiac got a lot right with the 1988 Pursuit concept.
Driving a lightweight mid-engine car with a huge turbo, even when it's detuned to 450 hp, is a spin waiting to happen.
Pontiac will take you to the edge!
That cheap F-body for sale? Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, trash it, change it, upgrade it.
Jerry Seinfeld says a Firebird 400 would have made a teenage Judd Apatow incredibly cool—and ruined his TV and movie career.
An LS3 swap and a bunch of nitrous makes this Pontiac convertible into a screaming, brutal beast.
What was once the upscale alternative to the Camaro now has an unfortunately tarnished reputation. Forget that—it's a gem.