The Pontiac Trans Am was one of the greatest pony cars of all time. Unfortunately, its legacy was tarnished by emissions regulations.
American muscle cars are some of the coolest cars to ever burn rubber on the racetrack. Pontiac produced some of the fastest American muscles of the 1960s. From the GTO to the Trans Am, Pontiac never failed to come up with some of the most exquisite muscle cars ever.
The Trans Am is a monster that gave Ford and Dodge night sweats. Thanks to their racy looks and outstanding engines, the Trans Am became a very popular muscle car offering from General Motors. The Trans Am sure is one of those used American cars that every gearhead should own.
The year 1969 was the beginning of a glorious adventure for Pontiac. Ford and Chevrolet were dominating the market and the race tracks, but Pontiac did not back down. The General Motors brand released its amazing Trans Am.
What is there to hate about the first generation Trans Ams? Absolutely nothing. The cool Trans Am came in both coupe and convertible form and was equipped with a humongous 6.6L V8 that cranked out 345hp. This was far more powerful than most of the later Trans Ams produced. It’s safe to say that the first generation is by far the best Trans Am ever made.