National Geographic : 1965 Apr
Pontiac Motor Division * General Motors Corporation Some cars try to look like Pontiacs. Some cars try to act like Pontiacs. Lots of luck. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and we're as susceptible as anyone else. But the fact is that no matter how hard the others may try, there's still a wide gap between their efforts and the genuine Pontiac. What sets Pontiac apart? Things like a tigerish 389-cubic inch V-8 engine, matchless Wide Track ride and roadability, and a look that others can't seem to capture no matter how much they envy it. Slip down to your Pontiac dealer's and slip into something like the Catalina Convertible pictured above. You'll agree there's nothing like the real thing. Pontiac '65/Year of the Quick Wide-Tracks.