Both Hands on the Wheel
GT Performance Products is proud to announce the addition of several new wheels to its Classic Series, all created with passionate Pontiac owners in mind. Choose from inspirational designs that pay homage to Pontiac's fabled musclecar past, like a Sport-style wheel made from real mahogany wood, a vintage-foam-grip Formula-style wheel, and many more. Then add one of GT Performance's GM-licensed Pontiac arrowhead "dart" horn buttons that secure with a unique O-ring design. These don't pop off in the middle of the night or in your lap while you're driving. Prices start at $74.98 per wheel and $38.98 per cap.
GT Performance; www.gtperformanceproducts.com
The Art of the Dart
Performance Years, in cooperation with GTOG8TA.com, introduces new reproduction 2004-06 GTO front bumper and rear decklid arrowhead emblems. They are available with bezels in stock silver, black, chrome, and carbon fiber. They promise a superb look and fit, and easily attach to your 21st century Goat with double-sided tape. Prices start at $34.
Performance Years; www.performanceyears.com
Take The Shift
Shift your Pontiac in style with Ringbrothers' Billet Throwback Shifter. Designed as a direct replacement for Tremec and Hurst two-bolt sticks, this unit is the ultimate way to update your Pontiac's interior, while delivering a lever that stands up to the rigors of performance driving. Precision-machined from aerospace grade 6061-T6 billet aluminum, these shifters feature a 30-degree rearward cant, are available in 8- and 10-inch lengths in natural and black anodized finishes, and are made in the USA. The price is $125.
Ring Brothers; www.ringbrothers.com
Thar' She Pours
Global Sales Group's new EZ Oil Drain Valve makes changing your classic or late-model Pontiac's oil simpler than ever before. Constructed from nickel-plated brass, the drain valve features a forged-brass valve, Teflon seals, and a stainless-steel handle. It replaces your existing drain plug; when it's time for an oil change, just lift the lever, give it a quarter turn to open, and let the oil drain out. Screw in the optional hose end (sold separately) and connect a hose to drain the oil to a remote receptacle. To close the valve, return the lever back to its original locked position. The new valves are available online from www.oildrainvalve.net. The MSRP is $29.95.
Global Sales Group; www.ezoildrain.com