Pontiac Has Big and Bigger Safari Wagons for 1979

Jackson Wheeler
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Peak Wagon had already passed by 1979, and GM had downsized the mighty Bonneville and imposing LeMans by that time.

Still, station wagons remained big sellers, and even the somewhat shrunken full- and midsize Pontiac Safari longroofs were roomy and packed with the finest interior materials the petrochemical industry could create.

Here’s a magazine advertisement touting the Bonneville Safari and LeMans Safari for ’79, which pointedly leaves out the Chevy Vega-derived Sunbird Sport Safari wagon.

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Jackson Wheeler is a skilled editor at Speedofdaily.com, specializing in automotive content. With a background in Journalism and Automotive Engineering, he combines his passion for cars with his writing expertise to deliver captivating articles. Jackson's deep knowledge of automotive technology and his racing experience make him a valuable asset to the team, providing readers with informative and engaging content.
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