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1971 Pontiac GTOReview
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Wish I Hadn't Had To Sell It! It Was Awesome! — Loved this California car! The 428 & RAIV cam w/TH400 made it very quick @ LACR. I placed 12th out of 60 guys with this car in the Pontiac Drag Series in 1992. Pretty good for a woman! Gas mileage was non-existant. Had to sell it in 1998 in Indiana.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: The WOW factor!

Cons: I would beat you!

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1971 Pontiac GTOReview
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It Is One Sexy Car! — Everything about this car was absolutely amazing! From the color, to the engine to the suspension to the driver, I loved this car! Built from the frame up, this car ended up being the most reliable, funnest, hottest, sexiest car I've ever owned!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: It's fun, and looks great!

Cons: 455 engine IS a gas guzzler

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1971 Pontiac GTOReview
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71 Gto — it was a great car performance was there the car was beautiful to look at. the gas mileage suck but what do u think your going to get with a 30 year old car. i like the what the car was made on the inside.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: it just looked mean

Cons: mpg

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1971 Pontiac GTOReview
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My Real Gto — I love my gto. My dad kept the car for 22 years and we built it together when i was in high school and then gave it to me for my grad present, unknowingly. It has a lot of sentimental value to me and there is no price i would sell it for because of that. Love driving it in the summer, love the way it looks, and i don't know of another one like mine, or my year around my hometown.

Pros: It's a true american muscle car

Cons: Not totally Completed

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1971 Pontiac GTOReview
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A True Muscle Car — Another of my Uncle Jeff's resto projects that has long since been sold. He bought it not running and nursed it back to health. It was a 1971 convertible copper with a copper interior, and it had factory A/C, a massive 455 big block V8, and an automatic transmission. Literally right after he connected the last wire once evening in 1994, Uncle Jeff and my dad took me and my cousins out for ice cream at King Cone. Sadly, the engine developed a knock and my uncle decided to sell it to finance the restoration of another 1971 GTO convertible he had lying around.

Pros: Insane horsepower and torque, air conditioning, convertible, beautiful color combo.

Cons: It's been sold.

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1971 Pontiac GTOReview
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Muscle Car With Looks And Grrrr — This car is rare and looks great. It is set up for driving, not dragging. The power is equal or better than the new cars with better sounds and looks. I liked the cutouts and the 12 bolts rear. Built to handle the torque.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Power and torque

Cons: Loud

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1971 Pontiac GTO Review
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Reviews From Other Years

2006 Pontiac GTO Reviews

Review By Robert

Beautiful my dream car got my eye on it Read More

Review By GuruNFS8K

This year GTO has the 6.oL engine and is superior to the 2004 model. Read More

2005 Pontiac GTO Reviews

Review By GuruVMZCQ

Nice Car but a Automatic! Price was a bit High, cant blame to get all the money for this car. If a 6 Speed and 18 inch wheels it would be worth more. Read More

Review By Gonzalo

Great car. Unfortunately I was unable to buy the one I looked at but if I could’ve I definitely would’ve bought it. Read More

2004 Pontiac GTO Reviews

Review By Ricky

Love gtoi want one need one so love so much Read More

Review By GOAT1996

If you can find a manual for under 15k in good condition Id hop on it. Dont bother with the 4l60e (auto). The 04 has the ls1 compared to the ls2 in the 05-06 which is a little quicker but not by much.... Read More

1974 Pontiac GTO Reviews

1974 Gto By Shaun

My car is a well built ot mid seventies muscle car. It have a 350 a four speed 3.08 rearend gears. It is not a fast car at moment but workin on that. either lower rearend gears or put other tranny b... Read More

Best An Coolest Car Ever By Anders

The car is a super hot car with every possible feature in the right place! Driving it is beautifull and when you put the pedal to the metal it gives a frightening roar before it shoots of with a fanta... Read More

1973 Pontiac GTO Reviews

Rare Head-turner By 73lemansguy

The 1973 Lemans and GTO had controversial and rather unique styling; you either loved it or hated it. Heavy sculpting, retro 1940's fender lines, and massive bumpers complicated styling. Muscle car ... Read More

A Must Have By Cecil

even tho my car is as old as it is it still runs like a dream. still has all the power it came wit off the showroom floor. right now it dont look the best but im workin on that Read More

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