Pontiac was a brand of General Motors, which emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in July 2009. As part of the bankruptcy process, GM made the decision in April 2009 to phase out Pontiac by the end of 2010. Started in 1926, Pontiac's demise ends an 89-year-long operation responsible for such automotive legends as the GTO and Aztek, two vehicles that made the brand famous for very different reasons.

2010 Pontiac G3
MSRP: $14,275 - $14,275
2010 Pontiac G6
MSRP: $21,275 - $21,275
2010 Pontiac Vibe
MSRP: $16,100 - $20,875
MotorWeek's 80's GM muscle coupe roundup includes Regal GN and Monte Carlo SS

MotorWeek's vast archive of reviews has unloaded a triple feature, starring three icons of 1980s muscle from General Motors.
Burt Reynolds Smokey and the Bandit Trans Am sells for $450k

Apparently, there's still a lot of love out there for by Burt Reynolds and his famous role in Smokey and the Bandit – or at least for his car. As you might remember, Autoblog reported on the auction of the 1977 Pontiac Trans Am a few week ago. At the time, the movie star's car was already well past its $80,000 top estimate, and bidding only shot up from there for a final price of $450,000.
Burt Reynolds' personal 1977 Trans-Am from Smokey And The Bandit for sale

Smokey and the Bandit is one of those quintessential 1970s car movies with insane premises but tons of fun. After all, the basic plot of the film is about distracting the police to transport cases of Coors beer cross country. While Burt Reynolds receives top billing, the real star is definitely his black Pontiac Trans-Am. Now, there's a chance to posses one of these muscle machines actually owned by Reynolds, and it's already proving quite popular.

For Sale

2009 Pontiac G8
$14,950 / 76,598 miles / WA
2009 Pontiac G6
$10,494 / 92,168 miles / WA
2008 Pontiac Grand Prix
$7,995 / 152,605 miles / WA
Kirkland Pontiac
12335 120th Ave NE Kirkland, 32498 9.6 miles