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#throwbackthursday to last year's Hot Rod Power Tour. What do you think of this clean and beautiful GTO? #tbt

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very sweet car
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Does actuating the factory-installed clutch in your classic #Pontiac make you cringe? Here's how to swap it out!
We upgrade a 1971 Pontiac Firebird by swapping out the stock clutch with a Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch.
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Rebuffing conventional wisdom in a full-on Pro Touring-style ’66 GTO, see why below!

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You won't want to miss checking out Mark Avakian's 1966 Pontiac GTO! Avakian built this bad boy without any compromises to ensure it did whatever he demanded it to do.
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This #GTO has only seen 25,000 miles in the last 47 years! How many miles does your #Pontiac have?
Michael Bruck has been the owner of this 1968 Pontiac GTO for the past 47 years and is no stranger to high-performance vehicles. His Golden Goat only has about 27,000 miles on it with some sleek modifications! When asked what he likes most about his GTO, Michael responds with one word. "Performance!"
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Here's a Pro Touring '66 convertible GTO LeMans

Hardtop or with the ceiling missing?
Check out this 1966 Pontiac GTO LeMans that has a nearly 600hp 462 Pontiac engine dressed and machined with aluminum valve covers. Read more only at, the official website for High Performance Pontiac Magazine!
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How about this 400ci, 399 HP Ram Air IV V8 GTO?
This 1969 Pontiac GTO Ram Air IV Judge's history remains obscured by the mists of time, but found it's way to the president of MN's Land of Lakes GTO club.
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This super-rare ’66 GTO is equipped with Pontiac’s first factory-installed Ram Air package.

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During the early ’60s, Pontiac positioned itself as Detroit’s performance leader. Its new Super Duty mills were taking checkered flags on high-speed super speedways and drag strips alike. Check out this 1966 Pontiac GTO, with a super-rare Ram Air package, brought to you by the experts at High Performance Pontiac.
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Do you own a '65-'67 GTO with a broken tach? Then read how to fix it below!
Repairing the tach on this 1965 Pontiac GTO was easy, thanks to an aftermarket replacement that fits right in with the original instrument-cluster housing!
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Is the GTO your favorite Pontiac?

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You would not believe this 1967 Pontiac GTO was restored at home. Automotive-brand loyalty can originate from any number of places. Family and friends are perhaps our strongest influences. For New Jerseyan Joe Carcione, the latter clearly defined his tastes. “My passion for GTOs started at the age of 14,” he recalls.
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After a full day at CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals why not register in the Midnight Drags, for a chance to win a $1,000? It will be held at the Great Lakes Dragaway.

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Don't miss out on the early bird registration for the 2015 Hot Rod Power Tour, it ends tomorrow! More info here:
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Check out this 1974 Pontiac Formula 455 Firebird.

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HIGH PERFORMANCE PONTIAC is the Pontiac enthusiast's must read publication with complete restoration and how-to articles, photography, performance upgrades, and more.