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Junkyard Gem: 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

John DeLorean began his career working on Packard’s Ultramatic Twin transmission, but he made his greatest mark on the automotive industry during his 1956-1969 tenure at GM’s Pontiac Division. There, he helped develop the first production car engine with a quiet timing belt instead of a noisy chain, among other engineering feats, but his real fame came from the development of two money-printing models based more on marketing than machinery: the GTO and the Grand Prix. While the GTO gets all the attention now, the Grand Prix set the standard for the big-selling personal luxury coupes that sold like mad for decades to come.

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