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AutoBlog: Junkyard Gem: 1991 Pontiac Grand Am LE with Quad 4 Engine

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00+-+1991+Pontiac+Grand+Am+in+California+wrecking+yard+-+photo+by+Murilee+Martin.jpg GM introduced the N-Body compact platform with the Oldsmobile Calais and Pontiac Grand Am for the 1985 model year and continued building N-based cars through 1998. Most of these cars weren't interesting from an enthusiast standpoint, but a handful rolled off the assembly line with raucous DOHC Oldsmobile Quad 4 engines and manual transmissions, and those cars were plenty of fun. Here's a 1991 Grand Am with that rare setup, photographed in a self-service yard in California's Central Valley.

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