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Pontiac Sunfire Engine

The loss of Pontiac in the automotive world has made engines more scarce. The Ecotec 2.2 was one of the final motors used for the Sunfire. If you’re hoping to find a Pontiac Sunfire engine, you’re now searching in the right place. The Sunfire never wore out its welcome from 1995 to 2005. This vehicle…

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Rebuilt 6.0L GTO Engines

Pontiac GTO was re-released in 2005 and again in 2006. This muscle car was adored by fans of the classic cars from the 1960s and 1970s. This reissue came at a time when Pontiac was nearing the end of its lifespan. The powerful LS2 engine was used for this version of the GTO. You’ll find…

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Rebuilt Pontiac Tempest Engines

Pontiac Tempest was first created in 1963 to satisfy the consumer demand for an affordable vehicle. As an alternative to the Mustang and other performance cars, the Tempest held its own and made it through the 60s and 70s. It was reintroduced for a 4-year time period in the late 1980s as a redefined version…

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Remanufactured Pontiac Aztek Engines

Pontiac Aztek was a crossover SUV produced by General Motors. The Pontiac brand ventured into the rising SUV sales market with the Aztek. There were mixed reviews from automotive professionals that this vehicle would make it. Despite consumer confidence and sales, the Aztek was discontinued only five years after it was first made. There were…

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Rebuilt Pontiac G5 Engines

Pontiac G5 was one of the final Pontiac cars ever produced. It was created by General Motors in early 2004. Plans for the Pontiac G5 were big. Few compact cars did as well as those that were sold under the Pontiac brand. These cars were consistent and the buying public was there. A 2.2L engine…

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Rebuilt Pontiac Grand Am Engines

Pontiac Grand Am was arguably the most successful Pontiac built by General Motors. The initial phase of production began to a rocky start in 1973. Slow sales and a huge V8 engine did little to comfort gas minded consumers. It was the third generation of these vehicles that were produced starting in 1985 that helped…

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Pontiac Sunfire Remanufactured Engines

Pontiac Sunfire was the full-time replacement for the Sunbird. Each of these automobiles made use of the 2.2L General Motors engine. One of the biggest changes with the newly created Sunfire was the addition of two other models. Where the Sunbird was only a compact car, the Sunfire was also a convertible and a sedan.…

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Pontiac Sunbird 3.1L Remanufactured Engines

Pontiac Sunbird lived a long production life of almost 20 years. From the late ’70s to the early ’90s, it was one of GM’s most popular vehicles. A variety of body styles were available for the Sunbird and drivers around the world responded with nothing but love and affection for the Sunbird. General Motors experimented…

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2008 Pontiac Grand Prix Engines for Sale L36, L67, L32, L26

Although Pontiac closed it’s doors forever to the public on April 27th 2009, the legend itself will live on in the hearts of loyal Pontiac enthusiasts everywhere. The first Pontiac automobile was introduced in 1907 by the Pontiac Spring and Wagon Works. Gm introduced Pontiac to their lineup in 1926. I was reminded of what…

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