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About the Pontiac GTO Parts and Accessories

The Pontiac GTO has always been considered the "Premier Muscle Car" of the 1960s. It was the first widely produced A-body example by GM.

Originally, the GTO was an option on the Lemans model, until it became its own designation in later years. Pontiac was also the first GM company to team up with Hurst-Campbell; a move that benefited Pontiac and Hurst for many years.

Early models offered the highly desirable tri-power setup. The Muncie 4-speed was the popular transmission choice over the early two-speed automatic transmissions.

For 1967 Pontiac used the turbo 400 transmission. Cubic inches went from the 389 to the 400 and tri-power was no longer available. The year 1967 saw the first HO setup, which consisted of ram air exhaust manifolds and functional ram air through the hood scoop.

In 1969 the GTO Judge models came into existence. Today, the Judge models, especially the convertibles, are highly collectible. The Ram Air II saw limited production in the 1969 GTO and in 1969 a Ram Air III and Ram Air IV was offered.

The "Holy Grail" for Pontiac engines was the Ram Air V. Although never in a production car, various parts could be bought over the counter to make a complete engine.

For 1970 and later, the 455 was also an option. In an effort to increase sales, Pontiac released a light-weight Lemans version called the “GT 37” in the later years. Like all performance cars in the early 1970s, horsepower started to drop and stricter laws came into effect, virtually killing performance. Bumpers had to withstand 5 mph crashes, which required new bumper formats.

By 1973 the Pontiac GTO had competely lost its identity as a performance car. One of the weirdest options offered for 1974 was a tent option!

Today, many of the original GTOs are very rare, highly desirable, and very valuable.

Pontiac brought back the GTO with a 2004 model with 350 horsepower rating. For the 2005 and 2006 model, horsepower was bumped to 400.

So, whatever model sits in your garage, browse our selection of parts to help make your classic 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, or 1970 GTO, or modern 2004, 2005, or 2006 GTO something special.