To many variables to answer that one.
Depends on the year
The Pontiac LeMans would be my choice. It is slightly larger and more luxurious. The Pontiac engine was also a better engine than the Chevy.
well first of all it would depend on the year and condition and performance
The Pontiac Silverdome cost $55.7 million to build in 1975. In 2009 the Silverdome was sold to a Canadian buyer for $583,000. The stadium costs are $1.5 million a year to maintain.
Depending on what body parts you are needing, the 70-72 should fit. This would include the GTO and the LeMans.
It depends on the year and the condition you want it in. You could get a crappy old one for a couple grand. Mines a really nice WS6 from 98 and cost 12000.
That must be a trick question. The first GTO year was 1964. The '64 hardtop went for around $2,800.
opgi or year one are the best
Yes, many have swapped them into Grand Prix's and Lemans' of the same year. You will need the motor mounts for the Pontiac V8, and the transmission must match the Pontiac bellhousing (it is not the same as the Chevy pattern). Other minor issues may creep up such as throttle linkage, wiring (starter is on the opposite side), exhaust (I believe the Pontiac manifolds will clear the frame), but the are not insurmountable.
Pontiac ohc 6 service questionsI have the same vehicle. I have a 69 Pontiac service manual printed in may 71. You can get one from "The Parts Place" in Elburn IL. they have a web site but I don't remember it. You can go to the library and get a chiltons repair manual for your year car and it will have all the specs in it.
The 1970 Pontiac LeMans wiper blade sizes are 16" wiper blades on both sides front. Do not buy by length-only however. See the Sources and Related Links section below for more information. Since there are over 22 different wiper arm attachments - be sure to lookup exact wiper blade part numbers by vehicle make, model and year for the brand wiper you decide to purchase. This ensures correct length AND correct attachment.
A 1993 Pontiac Grand Am weighs approximately 2,828 lbs. The Pontiac Grand Am stopped production in the year 2005. The car was replaced with the Pontiac G6.