After 45 years, the Pontiac GTO still stands as a symbol of the days when Detroit made and marketed vehicles that fired imaginations as effectively as they swilled high-test.




The Annotated GTO
NYT, May 3, 2009


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2 Responses to “GTO: When Pontiac Meant Muscle”

  1. Ernst S says:

    The NYT article above neglected to mention the best all-time GTO feature: