When we talk about the American cars several brands come to our mind. Some of these brands are still notable such as Chevrolet or Ford but there’s one brand that we tend to forget and which is a classic American – Pontiac.
Pontiac launched one of the most authentic vehicles called the Firebird. It was designed to compete with the Ford Mustang primarily, but the name “Firebird” wasn’t as revolutionary as many people think. General Motors used the same name for their model that came out in the 1950s. Despite being years in production and several generations were changed the most unique model was the 1978 Pontiac Trans Am Special Edition.
The car received even more famed when it appear in the film called Smokey and the Bandit. It was the movie that came out in 1977 and had any other car been used, the film would not have been what it is today. The traditional car has a long history indeed and to honor it, with no specific reason, we have decided to show you 20 most beautiful photos of the Pontiac Firebird.
Not many cars come with a hood like this one, right?
Pure artwork in an urban environment
How the production looks like.
It is perfect for the seaside.
Who is more beautiful?
Just a regular model in the parking lot.
Once again, a beautys
A close up
Getting those tires warmed up
Special edition interior
A customized Firebird looks good we must admit
Which one is faster?
Pontiac has never been known as a good off-roader. It finished the job though.
The combination of colors is perfect
The bird on the hood just looks dope.
Driving into the sunset
Convertible, in ivory!
The Pontiac Parade
And of course, the one from Smokey and the Bandit
Hope you have enjoyed this gallery!