In the '60s, Pete Estes and John DeLorean continued Knudsen's legacy. They propelled Pontiac to third place in the industry rankings, which the brand held from 1962 to 1969. Cars created during this period included the compact Pontiac Tempest (1961), the first American muscle car Pontiac GTO (1964), the Pontiac Firebird 'pony car' (1967), and the mid-size Pontiac Grand Prix luxury coupe (1969). The fuel crisis of the early '70s put an end to the high-speed cars, although the mighty Firebird Trans Am was produced until 1981. The rest of the line shifted the emphasis from power to luxury, and Pontiac began to lose its individuality. In the '80s and '90s, all of its models, with the exception of the center-engine sports car Pontiac Fiero, had twins in other GM divisions. At the turn of the millennium, the management of the corporation tried to return the brand to its youth status, reviving the Pontiac GTO (Australian assembly) and including other cars with V8 engines into the lineup. The economic crisis of 2008, which led to the bankruptcy of General Motors and the liquidation of the brand, put an end to Pontiac's history. Do not forget to use Pontiac VIN decoder in order to avoid potential problems when buying a used car.
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