Pontiac Ventura Custom GTO Coupe 1974 Sedan With Tough Muscles – Pontiac GTO is a car built by Pontiac from 1964 to 1974, and by General Motors Holden in Australia. It is often regarded as the first true muscle car. In its final year it was based on Pontiac Ventura 1974. The 21st century GTO is basically a drive left handed by Holden Monaro. Pontiac moved the 1974 GTO option to the Pontiac Ventura compact, which shares its base shell and sheet metal with Chevrolet Nova.
Heavy duty suspension with front and rear anti-roll bars, shake hoods, special grille, mirrors, and wheels, and various GTO emblems. The only engine is a 350 in³ (5.7 L) V8 with 7.6: 1 compression and a four barrel single carburetor. It was rated at 200 hp (149 kW) @ 4,400 rpm and 295 ft-lbf (400 N · m) @ 2,800 rpm. Optional transmission includes a four-speed wide ratio with a Hurst shifter or a three-speed Turbo Hydra-Matic.
Pontiac Ventura Custom GTO Coupe 1974 either as a two-door sedan or a hatchback coupe. The Ventura’s base consists of bench seats and rubber floor mats, while Ventura Custom has stepped up an optional Strato seat or stool seat with carpet, steering wheel bearings, and special pedal trims.
The bias-belted tires are standard equipment, but the adjustable radial suspension option adds radial tires along with improved suspension tuning to improve ride and handling. There is a source that states Pontiac Ventura Custom GTO Coupe 1974 with the speed and gain time 0-60 mph 7.7 seconds and quarter-mile reading 15.72 seconds @ 88 mph (142 km / h).