After several years of searching, I finally found my unicorn, a 76 Pontiac Astre. I had one 20+ years ago but it met an untimely death. I haven't even seen one locally for 18 years that I can remember. Usually what I saw for sale on the rare occasion I did see one for sale, was rotted parts cars missing a lot of Pontiac only stuff like tail lights, grills, etc. I found this one on CL in Murphy NC, about 3.5 hours away but close enough. It is complete except motor, still has its 4 speed trans. Black on black car with some interesting options. Rallye gauges, tilt wheel, PS, sway bars at both ends, yet AM radio still in it, manual brakes and no air. Currently has an interesting set of wheels on it with Shelby center caps. I think Montgomery Wards and Sears used to sell them, similar to a Western. It's complete and with only minor rust. The really cool part of the day came after I got the car loaded when I walked back to his garage, "Grumpy's Toy" XIII Monza, not a copy or tribute, the real deal. I got pics and will load soon. I have an Impala I have to finish up before the Astre get's its place in line but the plan is as it was 20 years ago, Pontiac 455/4spd combo, Pontiac Rallye wheels in 15x6 and 15x8, an all Pontiac answer to Baldwin's Super Vega.