Massive Stretched Pontiac Station Wagon Is A Unique Head-Scratcher

Last month we showed you a stretched 1959 Suburban that we believed had started life as an airport limo even though we didn't have any documented history on the truck. Although we know exactly who built this eight door 1967 Pontiac Catalina—an airport limo company named Stageway—we still have no idea exactly how to use … » 3/11/12 5:00pm 3/11/12 5:00pm

2009 Pontiac G8 Sport Truck is what we really want for Christmas

A few months before General Motors killed Pontiac, Pontiac killed our dreams when they announced the cancellation of plans to bring the Holden Commodore Ute to America in the form of the Pontiac G8 Sport Truck. Almost three years later the sting of being denied access to the ultimate parts hauler after being told the… » 12/24/11 11:00am 12/24/11 11:00am

Barrett-Jackson to offer authentic JFK Hearse at auction in January

After the debacle surrounding the fake JFK 1963 Pontiac Bonneville ambulance at last year's Scottsdale auction it appears Barrett-Jackson is going to try selling another professional car linked to the late president. The big difference? It is well documented this hearse actually transported JFK's body. » 12/18/11 11:00am 12/18/11 11:00am

What is your favorite car with hidden headlights?

When the far ahead of its time 1936 Cord 810 was introduced it changed the automotive landscape forever. One of the innovations featured on the 810 were the previously unseen standard hidden headlights (operated by crank), a feature that would be used on cars for decades afterwards. This weekend we want to know which… » 10/22/11 5:00pm 10/22/11 5:00pm

For $39,500, scream like a chicken

Revisiting past glories can sometime end up sullying not just the visitor, but the original memory. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1979 Trans Am attempts to make the car what its predecessors once were, but does its price mean throwing your money down its past-glory hole? » 10/21/11 8:00am 10/21/11 8:00am

The Chevrolet El Camino turns 53

53 years ago today, Chevrolet introduced the1959 El Camino to the automotive world and it hasn't been the same since. In direct response to the popularity of the Ford Ranchero, Chevrolet had decided it needed to stake a claim in the world of the automotive based utility vehicle. » 10/16/11 9:00am 10/16/11 9:00am