Here’s a look at the top classic cars from 1966 – all of the makes and models from the ‘Big Four’ that you could have expected to see on the road back in the mid-sixties.
If you wanted to see stereotypical retro family cars, check out some huge classic ’50s station wagons that had fins & had rear-facing seats – including cars from Ford, Pontiac, Studebaker and Plymouth.
There’s a Firebird for every purpose. Except standing still. (1978) Esprit offers luxury that doesn’t get in the way of sport. Individually-cushioned buckets of supple
See some old-fashioned toddler and baby car seats – like the vintage baby bucket, metal bars padded with brown vinyl, & other retro child safety devices.
The ’57 Pontiacs had a Strato-Streak V-8 engine – and told customers to try it to ‘get a taste of the future today in America’s Number One Road Car!’
The Wide-Track 1968 Pontiac GTO’s abilities can be traced partly to its standard 400-cubic-inch, 4-barrel V-8. A 3-speed with Hurst shifter. And Fastrak, redline tires that adhere to the road like glue clings to your fingers.
In ’61, Wide-Track made it a great day for driving to the tune of a Pontiac V-8! See the classic cars Bonneville Vista, Bonneville Coupe & Trophy V8 here.
You may never drive like golfer Jack Nicklaus off the tee. But you sure can on the road in the 1976 Grand Prix & the 1979 Pontiac Grand LeMans Safari station wagon.
The New Dodge Caravan: We thought of everything. 34 more cubic feet of nooks, niches, cubbyholes, crannies, conveniences, comforts, cupholders and cargo room.
Now Pontiac takes front rank as the car for those who look ahead! Today when quality means more than ever, Pontiac offers ten new models
You don’t have to turn the key to be moved by it If you gravitate helplessly toward every Pontiac you see, you’re simply human.
If you think the Grand Prix is just a big, beautiful, elegant car, you obviously haven’t driven it. Ignore the Grand Prix’s urbane good looks
The tiger scores again! And again! It’s dramatically fresh and new, but still very, very Pontiac. That’s written all over it, from the no-doubt-about-it new
Not long ago, a new kind of automobile came blazing out of the future to set your heart on fire. Who can forget the first Wide-Track Bonneville?
’65 Catalina Convertible Some cars try to look like Pontiacs. Some cars try to act like Pontiacs. Lots of luck. What does it take