The illustrated story of the GTO--and the birth of American muscle--those who designed it, marketed it, drove, and loved it.Transmission choices remained at a four-speed automatic or a six-speed manual . When Formula D and ... The 2004 GTO was a solid performer, but the cara#39;s appearance was nondescript at best. Pontiaca#39;s front-drive Grand Prix, by no means a stylish car, turned more heads than the plain-looking GTO. Even though the caranbsp;...
|Author||:||Darwin Holmstrom, David Newhardt|
|Publisher||:||Motorbooks International - 2009-05-17|