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General Motors's revival of Pontiac is practically destiny.

From bare bones to be-winged, this .gif has it all.

The build quality on this homemade convertible is better than usual.

Technically speaking, this Sawzall Convertible is really a Sawzall Roadster, but we'll stick with the traditional name for a de-roofed hooptie.

A mostly forgotten rear-wheel-drive Mitsubishi sport coupe.

The Plymouth Arrow was a worthy Toyota Celica competitor. Here's one in a Phoenix self-service junkyard.

The first of the BMW 3 Series cars, finally discarded.

A very rare junkyard sighting of an early BMW E21 3 Series, found in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service junkyard. It's used up, but rust-free... and getting crushed soon.

With consecutive VINs, the Buicks are twins.

The original owner bought two Grand Nationals and let them sit untouched for decades.

The "Project 2" will be cheaper than the Speedback GT, but still dear.

A luxurious treatment of the Mini.

Pontiac deserves a rebirth.

Bring back the former Super Sport (SS) models under the Pontiac brand.

With 490 hp and 568 lb-ft, this is one fast EV.

Here's a cool way to spend a million.

Read on to find out why it was chosen.

A riveting tale of obtaining a Porsche 356.

In the case of Gregoire, it meant a life entwined with amazing classic vehicles of all sorts. Here's his story.

There was a time when you could buy a big Japanese wagon in America.

Here's a high-mileage 1995 Diamante wagon, spotted in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service wrecking yard.

Early 20th Century automotive style, grace and class personified.

If ever there was an automotive brand that had style, and by that I mean "American" style, it was Packard.

It's a supercharged, mid-engined, all-wheel-drive supervan.

The Previa had a supercharger driven by a jackshaft from the mid-mounted, sideways four-cylinder engine.

'Reborn' and made beautiful again, for $355,000.

The first car makes its debut next week.

Regarded as first serialized hardtop.

It's fully restored in Caspian Blue.

One of the lesser-known recipients of GM's supercharged 3800 V6.

Here's a discarded Oldsmobile with a Roots-blown Buick V6, from the era of the marque's endgame.

He's one of the most dedicated car enthusiasts in the world.

The sales king of the era of quirky four-wheel-drive Japanese subcompacts.

Here's a high-mile Denver example that got discarded at age 31.

The famed and respected expert on the authenticity of vintage Fords has examined the car and is "100 percent sure it’s authentic."

McLaren's story told by the people who knew him best.

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