Pontiac 1957-1978 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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2021 Market Review - Pontiac 1957-1978

Australia from the late 1950s-1970s saw an ever-changing parade of Pontiacs; sourced from Canada with French-sounding names and assembled in Holden factories. These cars survive in decent numbers but not many have been seen recently and it’s hard to confirm whether pricing has indeed hit $40,000. Even with a decent-sized sample, it was also difficult to accept that two-door 1960s US imports were worth only $25,000 and we look to next year for a better array of stock.

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Post-1966 versions of the Hardtop Bonneville and two-door Grand Prix look more viable at around $40,000, with convertible versions capable of $60,000. If you want something to spruce up as a GTO ‘tribute’, then basic Le Mans two-doors should cost $25-30,000.

All Models 1960-64 $25,935 [4]

Parisienne 1965-72 $42,495 [2]

Bonneville/Grand Prix 1962-66 $26,070 [9]

Bonneville/Grand Prix 1967-72 $41,995 [3]

Bonneville/GP Conv. 1962-70 $57,825 [4]

Le Mans 1964-71 $29,665 [3]

Grand AM 1973-78 $22,165 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2021 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

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From Unique Cars #460, Dec 2021


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