1964 Pontiac GTO

“The Great One” was Pontiac’s answer to a youth market with attitude and disposable cash. Detroit exploited a generation’s rebellion by creating cars with machismo to burn. In 1964, John DeLorean, Pontiac’s chief engineer, shoe-horned the division’s biggest V8 into the timid little Tempest compact with electrifying results.

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