End Of The Road For Pontiac Cars As GM Brand Shuttered Forever!
November 1, 2010: Associated Press Editor’s / AP via NY Daily News.com – November 1, 2010
DETROIT – Pontiac, whose muscle cars drag-raced down boulevards and roared across movie screens, went out of business Sunday [October 31, 2010].
The 84-year-old brand, moribund since General Motors decided to kill it last year, had been in decline for years. The very last Pontiac was built in May .
At Pontiac’s pinnacle, models like the GTO, Trans Am and Catalina 2+2 were packed with horsepower. Burt Reynolds and Sally Field fled the law in a Firebird Trans Am in the 1970s hit movie “Smokey and the Bandit.”
GM dealers will service the cars and honor their warranties. But any remaining new Pontiacs will be considered used cars by GM.
1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible Commercial
The Tonka Report Editor’s Note: The GTO was always my favorite Pontiac muscle car, as another element of the American dream has been destroyed by the international globalists.
Ayn Rand’s “fictional” account of the future, Atlas Shrugged, is fast becoming a reality in America… – SJH
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Written by Steven John Hibbs
November 1, 2010 at 4:56 pm
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