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Select Your VehicleClassic Pontiac automobiles in good condition are worth a small fortune, so proud owners of these cars have a keen interest in keeping them properly maintained. Which means buying repair and replacement components from a late-model and classic parts online specialist such as Car Parts Discount. Our aftermarket and genuine OEM auto parts are manufactured to strict quality standards, and are sometimes even an improvement over the original factory parts! Some owners are tempted to try used components when restoring an older car, but given the quality and selection of new restoration parts available online there just isn't any reason to waste time and money refurbishing used pieces. But don't think Car Parts Discount only sells classic Pontiac parts online; we also offer a huge variety of car parts for the Bonneville, Grand Prix, Solstice and G8, to name just a few. And it's easy to find and order our recent and classic parts online, just enter the year, make and model of your automobile to view an extensive list of everything in our entire catalog!

History of Pontiac

Pontiac LogoIncorporated in 1899 as the Pontiac Spring and Wagon Works by Harry G. Hamilton and Albert G. North, the company we now know as Pontiac introduced its first vehicle in 1907. Powered by innovative Pontiac parts such as a twelve horsepower two-cylinder engine, the 1,000 pound chain-driven highwheeler was exhibited in New York City's Grand Central Palace by the Carriage Dealers Association. Later that year another determined automaker named Edward M. Murphy founded the Oakland Motor Company, which merged with Pontiac Spring and Wagon Works in 1908. A fifty-percent interest in the Oakland Motor Company was then purchased by General Motors President William C. Durant in 1909, who purchased the remaining fifty-percent after Edward M. Murphy passed away that same year.

Under General Motors ownership, the automaker manufactured a bevy of best-selling automobiles, including the Chief, Tempest, Bonneville, Catalina, Firebird and GTO. The hallowed name has become synonymous with high-performance muscle cars, and will no doubt remain a legend among car enthusiasts for the next 100 years. is not associated with the General Motors Corporation in any manner. All images and references to the Pontiac name, vehicle model names, logo and shapes are for reference and identification only. All trademarks, tradenames and/or service marks are the property of their respective holders.