The Pontiac Kammback was a concept car built in 1978.

The car was an estate version of the Firebird. Studio stylist Jerry Brockstein did much of the detail work. The first Type K (for Kammback). Early prototypes were built of fiberglass. GM Design VP met with Italian builder Pininfarina and arranged to have two metal-bodied Type K’s constructed for show purposes.

Stock Trans Am power train consisted of a 400 cubic inch V-8 with four-barrel carburettor, and standard automatic transmission.

In late 1977, Pininfarina delivered the twin wagons a silver one with a red interior and a gold one with natural beige interior.

These were 1978 cars, later converted to look like 1979-80 models.