1971 GT-37 idling

Don Fitch's 1971 GT-37 from the Land of Enchantment (ABQ) GTO club at the 2009 GTOAA Convention in Dayton.

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1971 Pontiac Lemans T-37
Walk around. 455 powered.

By the early seventies, insurance on muscle cars got too expensive and producing muscle cars was cost heavy also. The Pontiac T-37 was a cheaper version of a Pontiac Tempest. Then Pontiac division decided to build an upgraded version of the T-37. Named the Pontiac GT-37 this model borrowed GTO fender striping, hood-pins, and GT-37 badging making it stand out above base Tempests in appearance. The new model turned out to be a stripped-down muscle car. The fastest production car the Pontiac built in 1970 turned out to be the Tempest two-door sedan with the Ram Air III engine. The GT-37 creation was an option that could be ordered on a T-37. This year of 1971 the Tempest line was dropped by Pontiac and styling revisions to '71 LeMans included redesigned grilles. The lowest-priced Pontiac was again the T-37 coupe at $2,747. For 1971, engines available in GT-37s started with a 350-cid two-barrel V-8 that had a advertised 250 hp V-8 for $52.66 extra, a four-barrel 400-cid 300-hp V-8 for $221.17 additional, a four barrel 455-cid 335-hp V8 for $279.10 extra and the four-barrel 455 HO with 335 hp, which added $358.09 to the price of the GT-37 with a standard V-8. The 1971 GT-37s had a 5,802 unit production run, of which about 50 were 1971 ½ models with foil stripes. This was also the last year of production for the GT-37. So, what you see here is a rare low production Pontiac muscle car edition offered as another option to the muscle car crowd. Thanks very much for viewing this 1971 Pontiac GT-37.

1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport, for sale, test drive, Auto Appraise Inc. 1810-694-2008,
This vehicle has been recently sold, pending funds transfer, and is on it's way to Turkey.

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