YAK Car Pic of the Day
by Jim Corbran - posted 12:01 am, September 5, 2012
Looking back on some of Pontiac’s recent history, it’s no wonder they were relegated to GM’s dustbin. Take for instance this 1986 Pontiac Parisienne (formerly known as the Bonneville), which sat for the longest time — fittingly — in a field in Wheatfield. It was nothing more than a Chevy Caprice with a large dallop of Pontiac’s trademark plastic trim. And from looking at this photo you can see just how beautifully that plastic trim ages. Selling cars like this makes it a wonder that Pontiac lasted as long as it did.