Pontiac One looks is the stallion we needed and didn't know it
Even tho being referred to as a pony car, like its cousin the Chevrolet Camaro, the Pontiac One always looked more like a stallion.
WHY? There was a powerful V8 under the hood which created 255 CV and a caramel leather for us to drool all over. Not too crummy for the '70s.
WITH A UNIQUE AND EASILY RECOGNIZABLE STYLE, the car counts on the front and rear ends sharpened, the backlights enclosed from side to side within a single glass running over the panel, and the rear wheels covered to boost aerodynamics.
Classic car interiors such as this one can be uniquely tailored to the exact expectations of the owner. Typically, only the finest personally selected materials are handcrafted together to create a luxury vehicle interior that anyone could own, like this beautiful caramel leather interior.
The rare, futuristic concept car you see in the images belongs to the famous Harry Bradley. Built by one of the leading car manufacturers, Dave Crook, it was seldom seen by the public because the industry shifted its priority from style & performance to fuel economy and safety when the car was completed.
THIS STYLISH AMERICAN PROTOTYPE IS POSSIBLY ONE OF THE LAST SLEEK, COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL, HANDCRAFTED PROTOTYPES OF THE MODEL.
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