Before Pontiac Failed and Died, they did offer some nice cars, full line commercial...all the cars......this is a Canadian Commercial rather than from the USA


    • Hank Rogers
      Hank Rogers

      My mother had a 1971 Grand Ville in light yellow. I have a picture of it.

      about 21 day ago
    • Right Lane Hog
      Right Lane Hog

      I think the Grand Prix takes the grand prize.

      about 3 months ago
    • 1969pontiac1
      1969pontiac1 In reply to Right Lane Hog

      I agree, my parents helped me with my first car. 76 Grand Le Man's. It was a beautiful car. It had the Grand Prix interior. I had the Rally II wheels, factory 8 track, tilt wheel, bucket seats with auto on the floor. It was a demo. It had 3,500 miles, listed for 5950.00. Wish I had kept it. The A body Pontiac's were considered the underdog of the other GM mid-size. No dash was better looking than the Grand Le Man's. I had the 350, it moved it okay. It was a heavy car. Pontiac had beautiful cars. I never understood, why for about 300.00 more you could be a Catalina over the full size Chevy. It had a longer wheel base, more inside room and a 400 standard V-8.

      about 1 month ago
    • Felipe v8
      Felipe v8

      awesome beautifull Muscle cars !!!!

      about 4 months ago
    • Paul Cheek
      Paul Cheek

      Back when America really was great and GM made real cars...

      about 5 months ago
    • Oldschool

      some of the best models ever made by pontiac

      about 7 months ago
    • peter455sd

      The golden age of the automobile,sadly these days are over

      about 9 months ago
    • Gary Dunn
      Gary Dunn

      You Americans made some awesome looking vehicles back then. Cars of today are totally lacking in charisma and style.

      about 10 months ago
    • Pat French
      Pat French

      Was this aired on CBC?

      about 11 months ago
    • OsbornTramain
      OsbornTramain In reply to Pat French

      This is an advertising film. I wouldn't have any clue where it was broadcast, this is an electronic version produced from a 1 minute commercial negative distributed to TV Stations.

      about 11 months ago
    • Surfer Bri
      Surfer Bri

      i had a 1972 sport LeMans with the gto body package. it was the 5mph front grill and bumper, spoiler and console shift. that car was fast.

      about 11 months ago
    • OsbornTramain
      OsbornTramain In reply to Surfer Bri

      That's rare and I think only a Canadian option?  I could be wrong

      about 11 months ago
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      Ford LTD


      about 1 year ago
    • kramden

      It's too bad we didn't appreciate these great cars when we had them!

      about 1 year ago
    • OsbornTramain
      OsbornTramain In reply to kramden

      yep, and now they are the dust bin...Pontiac, Oldsmobile...Plymouth....Mercury...etc etc.....such a shame

      about 1 year ago
    • 76grandprix

      Wooow! Niiice!

      about 1 year ago
    • Kevin Owen
      Kevin Owen

      GM let the Pontiac division die from selling junk in it's last few years.

      about 1 year ago
    • Lou Fazio
      Lou Fazio In reply to Kevin Owen

      Samuelfish 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

      about 6 months ago
    • Samuelfish
      Samuelfish In reply to Kevin Owen

      Lou Fazio
      What kind of car?

      about 6 months ago
    • Lou Fazio
      Lou Fazio In reply to Kevin Owen

      Kevin Owen I don't know why so many people say they were "junk". Mine was and still is good.

      about 6 months ago
    • jdslyman
      jdslyman In reply to Kevin Owen

      All of the divisions did that. GM was cheapening out on everything ie lots of hard plastic in a $70,000 Cadillac, same radio controller in most of the lineup, and bad ignition switches. Of course, people took advantage of the ignition switch fiasco later on and tried to sue GM and claimed a faulty ignition switch killed their son/daughter when really their son/daughter were drunk and wrapped their Cobalt around a tree. Although alcohol was noted in the police reports, GM didn't have enough proof to turn it back around on the parents, so they settled. It also didn't help that people hung 25 lbs. of keys from the ignition switch and unknowingly put stress on the ignition switch.

      about 1 year ago
    • Morris Tab
      Morris Tab

      I love the 1971 Grand Ville, wish it was for sale now.

      about 2 years ago
    • PontiCat72
      PontiCat72 In reply to Morris Tab

      Well they can be for sale, just used. It is a shame GMs quality went down. They had some great cars.

      about 10 months ago
    • Hank Austin
      Hank Austin In reply to Morris Tab

      I'm with you Morris, wish I had one right now - they are gorgeous cars!

      about 11 months ago
    • Adam Overfelt
      Adam Overfelt In reply to Morris Tab

      I have a 1971 2 Dr. Converdable Grandville for sale. I just drove it to drop my son off at a cookout. Lol

      about 1 year ago
    • Richard M
      Richard M In reply to Morris Tab

      My first car was a used 1971 Grand Ville convertible! Loved it! Wish I still had it.

      about 2 years ago
    • Sa Sz
      Sa Sz

      Pontiac didn't "fail and die", it was all of GM and it was the whole economic situation with the stock market and the gas prices, etc. It was GM choosing it as one of four brands it decided to discontinue, because it had to pick SOMEthing because the company itself was in huge trouble. Now, why we need a GMC division when Chevrolet offers the same vehicles, that doesn't make sense to me, but they kept GMC. Pontiac did at least have its own brand identity as the sporty division of GM. It could have survived had GM put in a little more effort. Many of its models were legendary, e.g. Grand Prix, Firebird, Trans Am, GTO. It was perceived as a brand younger people would buy. I don't get why they couldn't keep it going. Also the fact that GM keeps moving Chevrolet more and more upmarket, offering nicer and nicer equipment on a Chevrolet. It had been that Chevrolet was the low priced brand, and to get the nicer bells and whistles, you had to move up to a Pontiac, an Oldsmobile, or a Buick. Now you don't need to do that, so why would you decide to buy a Pontiac over a Chevrolet? If Pontiac still existed, I would buy a car from them. You say this is the Canadian commercial, but I think you're mistaken - these seem to be the U.S. models! In Canada they had the Laurentian and Parisienne instead of the Catalina and the Bonneville.

      about 2 years ago
    • Captain FALKEN
      Captain FALKEN In reply to Sa Sz

      @OsbornTramain You're a dumbass if you think a certain division was a "failure". They were limited vehicles and alot more special than the current manufacturers. Pontiac became the car everyone recognized and ruled the 60s and 70s. Trans Ams and Ram Air IV GTOs just ruled. The Road Runner was alot more special than the Charger. Dodge was too common and still is. Plymouth stayed American muscle. Dodge became a bunch of overpriced fiats with airbags that everyone hates now. Plymouths didn't become pussy cars like Dodges became. A sedan? Airbags? Last time I checked, the Viper didn't go because of any failure. It left its mark and now is a very limited vehicle. An enthusiast's vehicle and always has been. The failure are cars like the sedan Chargers, darts and newer camaros and challengers. They weigh 8000 pounds

      about 2 months ago
    • Captain FALKEN
      Captain FALKEN In reply to Sa Sz

      I'm 22 and own a 68 LeMans with a 400. It all started at 19 when I bought a slow 81 Trans Am, but maaan did that thing get me jacked up on older cars. Also had a 79 Camaro and Firebird.

      about 2 months ago
    • L4sleeko
      L4sleeko In reply to Sa Sz

      My take on GMC was that a Cadillac, Buick or any other GM division at the time would be able to sell a truck without involving Chevrolet.

      about 1 year ago