At an Indiana car show, the Indy GTO Association President, Bill Sanders, had a chance to comment on the Pontiac brand disappearing.
Sanders is seen in his 1966 GTO convertible. Good video from the interior of the car while driving.
The story was aired on WRTV6 news in Indianapolis 5/3/09.
The same day, the Indy Star’s Dan McFeely did a story called…
Alas, the Pontiac — R.I.P.
Aficionados lament General Motors’ decision to end production of the brand now likely to be a hot classic
In the story, Bill Sanders is quoted as saying:
“Yes, I’m mad that Pontiac is going away,” He’s upset, he said, “not because Pontiac is going away so much as the way the nameplate has been mishandled over the last 20-plus years. This was a freight train that’s been coming for a long time.”
You can see some photos of Bill’s 1966 car before, during, and after restoration here on UltimateGTO.com