The most valuable Firebirds from every generation
Almost everyone has an opinion about Pontiac Firebirds. Ours, for the record, is that they’re pretty great. Spanning 35 years, four generations, and myriad high-performance variations—not to mention three Smokey and the Bandit movies, Knight Rider, and countless other cultural touchstones—the Firebird transcends typical collecting considerations and cuts to the core reason most of us […] The post The most valuable Firebirds from every generation appeared first on Hagerty Media.
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This full-size classic will bring a touch of uniqueness to your classic Pontiac collection.
Pontiac, and GM overall, had several big cars in the 1960s, and the Catalinas were an interesting car in the mix - while these cars were considered to be lower down the line than the Bonnevilles, they carry a lot of the same options, including powertrains. This particular 1966 Pontiac from Zephyrhills Classic Car Auction is a rare 2+2 that proves that the Bonneville was hardly an inferior cousin in the B-Body lineup from GM. © Provided by Motorious
During the B-body redesign of 1965, Pontiac took a bet against their intermediate class, and made the 2+2 its standalone model, with the Bonneville badge no longer appearing anywhere on the car. It’s style mostly followed along with other with the other B-bodies, and included the stacked quad headlights and split grille, and that carried over into the 1966 model as well.
Slide Into Some Old School Luxury With This 1966 Plymouth Fury III Convertible
It’s now available through the Lucky Collector Car Auction. Introduced in the mid 1950s, the Plymouth Fury came at a time when people were really starting to demand style out of their cars. It was offered as a level above the Belvedere and swapped between being a full-size car to a mid-size car, and landing on being a full-sized car again by the time this 1966 Plymouth Fury III Convertible was made. © Provided by Motorious This 1966 Plymouth Fury III Convertible was made under the fourth generation run of the Plymouth Fury, and was made around a Chrysler C-body platform.
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If you wanted to buy the 2+2 back in 1966, it would have cost an extra $418 premium above the Catalina coupe. The upgraded 2+2 came with a four-barrel 421 cubic-inch V8, backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission, and other optional features. and a road-hugging ability far above its passenger-sedan running mates. © Provided by Motorious
This example carries on that Pontiac glory. This vehicle will be sold during the Zephyrhills Classic Car Auction October 29-30. Vendors will also be on site. Please visit https://www.zhillsclassiccarauction.com for more information and to see additional vehicles for sale.
1969 Pontiac Firebird Convertible Looking For New Skies Ahead .
This incredible classic pony car is looking for a new owner, will it be you? Pontiac was once at the top of the American performance food chain before its tragic collapse in 2009. GM created the brand to fill the gap between Chevy and some of its more luxury-oriented manufacturers. It allotted the driver plenty of performance and style for a lower price than the far more striking models of the time. Unfortunately, as time went on, the public became disinterested in Pontiac, going so far as to label the brand as a grandma's car company.