About Pontiac T1000
The Pontiac T1000 has many siblings, all coming from the same prototype, the Chevrolet Chevette. Being a rebadged variant that was published in the 1981 model year, the T1000 shared General Motor's global T platform with many other models from other companies.
Due to its origination, the T1000 shared a lot of similarities with its prototype model exteriorly and interiorly. It did get some extra parts, including a black-trimmed grille, headlight buckets, and an adhesive-based thinner new windshield that replaced the lock-ring type. The standard chrome window trim had a black area fill. The most important of this version was the equipment of fresh-air vents that were installed at the outer ends of the dashboard. This change enabled dealers in the Canadian market to have an extra choice. They could have both the T1000 and the Arcadian as options. The two models with the same origin were later merged into a single Pontiac 1000 in 1983. The vehicle went through an upgrade in 1982. It was given a unique grille, an alloy sports wheel option, body molding, and horizontal lined taillights. The engine parts were given a brand new 3.36 axle ratio.
Pontiac T1000 parts online
The maintenance of the Pontiac T1000 is quite important. For replacement parts during the repair or maintenance, the OEM Pontiac T1000 parts are definitely recommended for better performance of the vehicle. In order to acquire the OEM parts, one can visit the website and find them in online shops for order.