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Readers Respond: What is Your Favorite Model Car That General Motors Produced?

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General Motors has been given a royal bashing in the news and around the dinner table...and deservedly so. But General Motors wasn’t always this bad, in fact from 1920 to well into the 1970’s many of the models that GM produced were cars that most Americans were hoping would someday be in their garage. And if you talk to a classic car enthusiast, that still hasn’t changed. Whether it’s Pontiac’s GTO and Firebird, Chevrolet’s Corvette and Cadillac, Buick’s Riviera and Roadmaster or Oldmobile's Cutlass and Super 88; a GM car will always be close to someone’s heart.

So which GM would you like in your garage?

1898 curved dash olds runabout

1898 curved dash olds. the first car mass produced in u.s.a. its been in my family since 1931. dont drive it any more but to see the peoples faces at car shows is pretty cool
—Guest hkybob

55 Chevy

I haven't driven one, but I love the front-end and the dash of the 55 Chevy. However, I love the Aztek - I did not consider it ugly, I would drive one- and who cares what anyone else thinks?
—appledude

salvitti

2003 pontiac Grand Prix GTP Limited Edition. Its the last of that body style and still looks very american and GM in styling. Ashame pontiac seemed to start downhill with all the 2004 and beyond models.
—Guest steve

salvitti

2003 pontiac Grand Prix GTP Limited Edition. Its the last of that body style and still looks very american and GM in styling. Ashame pontiac seemed to start downhill with all the 2004 and beyond models.
—Guest steve

salvitti

2003 pontiac Grand Prix GTP Limited Edition. Its the last of that body style and still looks very american and GM in styling. Ashame pontiac seemed to start downhill with all the 2004 and beyond models.
—Guest steve

The best

The best GM Car and in the world is 1982 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham.
—Guest Muathel Wathiq

cadillac

my favotite year and car would be a convertable cadillac 1963
—debbielett

67 CAMARO

MY 67 HAD A FLIP DOWN BACKSEAT SO IT COULD RUN TO DIFFERENT CLASSES AT DRAG RACES. WAS A FUN RIDE. MISS HER
—Guest TONY

1962 Pontiac Bonneville

I bought this car in 1965. It was 2-door fast back with blue leather seats, four on the floor. I was a stud with this car. Life was good.
—nedsky237

1958 Corvette

The early corvettes (1956-1962) were the finest looking sports car at their time.
—nedsky237

lemscar

53 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible in Antique white with a maroon interior
—Guest Bill Brady

65 Corvette

If I could have any GM car for free it would be the 65 Corvette. But then again, if I could have a brand new ZR1 Corvette, ... it would be a tough choice.
—Guest Steverino

1957 Chevrolet with factory FI.

I bought a new 57 Chevrolet with factory Fuel Injection 4 speed. took a year to get car, will worth the wait. I still own it. It's a real jewel of a classic.
—Guest Louis L. George

1957 Be lAir 2-door Hardtop

How could the same team develop to 57 Bel Air and the 58 Impala.
—Guest TokioOkie

Dr. Z

48 Chevy Fleetline Aero sedan and 70 cadillac Eldorado.
—Guest E. zinser

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