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The Last Pontiac GTO built

Pontiac GTO Concept

Pontiac GTO Concept

With little fanfare, the last Pontiac GTO was assembled at Holden’s Monaro factory in Australia. Earlier this year, GM’s Australian subsidiary built and auctioned its last Monaro coupe, but production of the continued in Pontiac guise until now. In February, GM announced it would end production of the GTO this year. Just weeks later, GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz said the Pontiac GTO could return in 2008, alongside the new Chevrolet Camaro. Unlike the now-discontinued GTO, the new model is expected to feature aggressive retro-inspired styling.

Note from admin – If they create something similar to the new 2010 Camaro it may be a winner.  I personally despised the car they’ve been calling the GTO from 2004 – 2007.  It looked like every other family car on the road. I prefer my muscle cars look mean.

  1. GTOAviator
    February 22, 2010 at 2:24 am

    Looks like every other family car on the road? What are you talking about. The scoops from the front are mean and the 400 horses under it do the talking. The retro styled camero’s are like nails on the chalkboard – the new Challenger was done right.

    March 6, 2010 at 8:18 am

    I am a big fan of muscle cars like mustang;camaro ss;charllenger.I have been waiting for so long for the creation of the new PONTIAC GTO THE JUDGE.I am so happy it finally built,I once thought it will never come back.Thank you guys for returning the Judge.

  3. March 13, 2010 at 7:58 am

    when i was a kid an seen the first gto i needed one bad , but this is the most awsome looking car i,ve seen any where. i will pray that one day i can have one of these tough , mean, B E U T FULL WORKS OF AUTO ART. i thought the new camero looked good but this has got it beat to me buy a long shot, i can,t say enough how much i like love this car. i,ll just have to buy a poster though i guess. good work folks!

  4. March 13, 2010 at 8:01 am

    just had to the notify me follow up

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