About Pontiac GTO
Pontiac GTO is a series of automobiles designed and produced by Pontiac, General from 1963 to 1974 and from 2003 to 2006, and has five generations in total. Its first aim was to popularize the muscle car market segment, which had produced a variety of competing models. It was the successor of Tempest and Firebird, and for a long time existed as an optional package model. However, it still became the Motor Trend Car of the Year in 1968.
The class of the model shifted chronologically, from mid-size in 1963-1973 to compact car in 1974 and back to mid-size in the 20th century, but the 2004- version was in fact a coupe variant of the Holden Commodore imported to Australia. That is to say, the first four generations of Pontiac GTO were assembled in the United States of America, while the fifth was in Australia. All models are equipped with a front engine and are rear-wheel-driven. Find out the right parts for this relatively old model. We have all the parts you want and are provided by the team of the original design.
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The first generation of Pontiac GTO was an option package for LeMans, varying in a coupe, hardtop, and convertible body. All were based on A-body and had a 2-door boy style. Equipped with a V8 engine, it has the ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in only 7 seconds. The most popular option was the hardtop, which had produced 65,716 units in 1967, much more than the convertible (9,517) and sports coupe (7,029). The option shifted to that of Ventura in 1974, which is the fourth generation of Pontiac GTO. The platform shifted from A to X, and the engine was still V8 with a power of 5.7L. In 2003, the Pontiac GTO was relaunched in the United States but was assembled in Australia, whose designer was from Holden. The engine was still V8 and the power had an option of 5.7L and 6.0L, which is widely praised for a comfortable drive and worthy of the price tag.