With a modern 566 hp V8 under the hood, the classic Pontiac is a serious performer.
Don’t let the V10 badges fool you, this Pontiac Solstice has a four-cylinder.
Powering this 2nd-gen Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is a 5.0-liter V8, working alongside a four-speed manual.
This Pontiac Firebird looks like a real muscle car from the 1960s or 1970s.
The Pontiac Fiero-based Zimmer Quicksilver is one of 170. It only has 464 miles on the odo.
This Pontiac Fiero has GT2 RS stickers and headlights from a 996.
You can almost hear the Knight Rider theme playing just by looking at this KITT.
Before the 2008 crisis GM was the world’s largest automaker, but currently it sits in fourth place.
Although not an original, it is one of the most accurate KITT replicas out there, and it’s for sale.
Originally a 2010 Chevy Camaro SS, this car was given the Trans Am treatment inside and out.
This horribly modded third generation Firebird doesn’t even come close to making a Bigfoot impression .
A V8-powered Pontiac supermini from the ’80s? Yep, and it’s for sale.
The Pontiac Aztek simply cannot be made to look nice, no matter how hard you may try.
2000’s Pontiac Trans Am typically go for less than $20,000 but this seller is asking $55,000.
You could this Pontiac GTO brand new with only 468 miles on the odo.
This iteration of the KITT has 70,000 miles on the clock and it’s made to resemble the Seasons 3 and 4 car.
No one will ever mistake this sorry contraption for a Lamborghini – not even a replica…
The pony car got stolen last Sunday from a Buick GMC dealership in Fairfield Township, Ohio.
Mopar’s new Hellephant crate engine could become the go-to for insane engine swaps.
This decades-old muscle car gives fresh meaning to the term ‘power wagon’.