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Pontiac Designers Were Nothing If Not Clever As They Had The Ability To Periodically Impart A Refreshing New Look To The 1977 Pontiac Firebird Formula Without Serious Modifications To The Actual Sheetmetal. Front Ends Displayed A More Pointed Bumper/...

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GM President Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. And Cadillac President Lawrence P. Fisher Recruited Up And Coming Stylist Harley Earl To Style A New Line Of Cars For The Gap Between Buick And Cadillac. The LaSalle Design Was Lighter, With Shorter Wheelbases And Fa...
Pontiac Designers Were Nothing If Not Clever As They Had The Ability To Periodically Impart A Refreshing New Look To The 1977 Pontiac Firebird Formula Without Serious Modifications To The Actual Sheetmetal. Front Ends Displayed A More Pointed Bumper/...
The 1964 Ford Galaxie 500XL Was The First Of The Big Performance Fords, With Bucket Seats, Console, And Posh Interior Trim. Introduced For Mid-1962 As One Of The "Lively Ones," The 500XL Was A Sub-Series In The Galaxie 500 Lineup (Named After The 500...
The Duster Coupe Provided The Compact-Sized Plymouth Valiant With A Sporty Body Style To Attract Customers. The High Performance Duster 340 Had A Beltline Tape Stripe Treatment And ‘340’ Rear Fender Lettering And Lower Deck Tape Stripe Along With A L...
Car and Driver Selected The 1984 Chevy Camaro Z28 As The Best Handling Car Built In The United States. Road & Track Selected The '84 Camaro As 1 Of 12 Best Cars In The World. Some Pretty Impressive Accolades For This Gen 3 Camaro! Only Two Meticu...
Names aside, the 1966 Dodge Monaco 500 was easily the handsomest of the big 1966 Dodges. This vehicle had a cleaner line, too, as the upper-body molding gave way to a simple fine-line paint stripe available in four colors. Circular "500" medallions (...