Comfort, reliability and safety – what else would a car owner desire? These elementary benefits, however, are seldom enough to please the fans of Pontiac GTO. They don’t get lured by the fancy frills that relatively new brands offer; rather, they seek road scorchers that boast the power of a perfect muscle car. Pontiac classics, such as Pontiac’s De-Lux (1937), Streamliner (1942-1951), and Torpedo (1940-1948) are still in demand for exhilarating performance and timeless appeal. Moreover, their superior engineering and minimal maintenance needs cement their place among the most sought-after cars of all times. In this post, we list four variants of Pontiac GTO that must be on your list if you are looking to participate in seized car auctions. Take a look.