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Can you name the cars that Pontiac made between 1980 and 2010?


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I got 27 our 28 myself. I vehmently disagree with the one I missed. It separated the Trans Sport, Montana and Montana SV6 as three separate vans. That confused the hell out of me. I personally don't think the Montana and Montana SV6 should count as two separate vehicles. That's my whinny ass opinion and I am sticking to it.

Heck it didn't even count the Canadian only cars such as the Tempest, Firefly, Pursuit, Sunburst, Sunrunner, G2, and Wave

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I was entering a lot of the Canadian specific vehicles too and on the Montana thing I was like WTF was the other Van Pontiac made?

Yeah that one threw me so off. I was like "WHAT?? ITS THE F*CKING 'TRANS SPORT1000G9MontanaSunHawk'??? WHAT OTHER VAN IS THERE?!!

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A very nice tribute JUSTA6. It's amazing that it was a nice blend of US and Canada Pontiacs. The only cars I didn't see were the Korean built Lemans, the Aztek, and the Canadian only Tempest (a re-badged Corsica).

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A very nice tribute JUSTA6. It's amazing that it was a nice blend of US and Canada Pontiacs. The only cars I didn't see were the Korean built Lemans, the Aztek, and the Canadian only Tempest (a re-badged Corsica).

While doing research for a Pontiac story on another site, this was the best Vid I could find and was so impressed I thought I'd share it here too. Also learned Pontiac produced the 1st hardtop automobile!! Learn something new everyday.

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