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RealRides of WNY - 1961 Catalina

This 1961 Pontiac Catalinasports coupe features a two-door hardtop roofline which was making its final appearanceat Pontiac (it would hang around for one more year on the ’62 Chevy Bel Air sports coupe). Pontiac’s ’62 models would all have a more formal-looking roofline which featured a faux convertible-top crease just ahead of the rear window. The interior of the Catalina sports

RealRides of WNY - 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix

By the time this 1965 Pontiac Grand Prixwent on sale, it was gravitating more towards the luxury side of the personal luxury coupe genre, the sporty end being covered well-enough by the mid-sized GTO. How could you tell? A glance at the standard equipment list, where one item in particular jumps out at you, should verify: fender skirts. There you go! Inside you could get something Pontiac called b

RealRides of WNY - 1977 Pontiac Firebird Esprit

It’s not often (these days, anyway) you see this type of car wearing this type of rubber, but the 1977 Pontiac Firebird Esprit, as outlined in Pontiac’s literature, was the one to buy “If the spirit moves you towards luxury.”Which fully explains the whitewalls, Lol. Veddy upscale. The Esprit also came standard with a 3.8L V-6 (as did the base ‘Bird), sport mirrors, lu

RealRides of WNY - 1967 Pontiac Tempest Custom

It was no surprise to find that this 1967 Pontiac Tempest Customdidn’t have a speck of dust on it anywhere… it’s owned by RealRidesreader Steve Gatesof Akron, proprietor of Steve’s Pro Cleaning. Gates is the car’s second owner, having bought it for $2,900 30 years ago from the original owner — who lived right in the same neighborhood! Yes, this car has spent it

RealRides of WNY - 1967 Pontiac GTO

This 1967 Pontiac GTO, seen recently in the Town of Lockport, is from the second year of what ended up being a two-year styling cycle. GM’s intermediates proved to be very popular in the mid-1960s; the two-door hardtops were especially handsome with their extended roof sail panels which blended into the trunk area. Like the rims? We learned from the brochure, “The Rally II wheels cost