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Step by step, Pontiac's world-famous '68 Firebird Grand Marque VIII factory show car continues on the long road to restoration.
You can't miss it, it's a restored 1970 electric blue convertible Pontiac GTO. Somebody stole it over the 4th of July weekend from Peter Hobart's home near Tramway.
General Motors treated isolated reports of flimsy ignitions in its mid-sized, full-sized and luxury cars more urgently than similar but far more voluminous complaints about the less profitable Chevrolet Cobalt and Saturn Ion, documents GM submitted to federal regulators show.
Have you ever imagined fishing from, or camping within a plane? Meet the MVP, or Most Versatile Plane - publicly unveiled for the very first time, today at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Fuzzy dice was a recurring theme, as they hung from the rear-view mirrors of a few dozen antique cars in Whitehall and Montague on Friday, July 25. As part of the 21st annual Cruz'In - which would start at Whitehall and end in Montague - more than 300 classic cars and trucks congregated at Funnel Field.
Justin Otero, 4, is a curious guy. But curiosity got him in some hot water at the Doughnut Inn on Monroe's Main Street over the weekend.
A new report by iSeeCars.com says cars involved in the most serious of GM's ignition-related recalls have lower prices on the used-car market.
This Sunday, July 27th I'll be off before the crack of dawn for the one-hour drive to The Inn at St, John's on Five Mile Road just east of Sheldon in Plymouth, Michigan to get my early morning artsy photographs of some of the finest and most unusual classic and collector cars in the world.
Who doesn't love a good car related .gif? A well-done .gif can condense the best parts of a video into just a few frames, and it's even more satisfying when they loop perfectly, as is the case with this amazing Trans Am burnout that truly is a cinemagraph.
This 1971 Pontiac GTO owned by Steve Dyer of Hermon will be one of many cars, trucks, motorcycles and street rods and antique vehicles featured in the Hermon Bicentennial Car Show 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 10, at Hermon High School in conjunction with the town of Hermon celebration of the its 200th birthday.
It was late in 1958 when Bill Eckstrom returned home to Connecticut after four years in the Air Force during the Cold War.
A 28-year-old man hit a Minnesota State Patrol squad car as he was trying to avoid a PIT maneuver on Highway 5 in St. Paul on Sunday morning.
In the early 1980s, few of us would have looked twice at a base trim Pontiac LeMans from the mid-1970s, but time has not been kind to Pontiac's once-prevalent personal luxury coupe.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 06:38 am
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