1965 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX - SPLENDID ORIGINAL SURVIVOR The Gran Prix had a choice of two engines, all V8, either a 389 cube with 325 horses with a automatic shift, or the 389 with 333 horses
By Rocky Rotella. The traditional Pontiac V-8 engine's short block has some unique characteristics. If you're planning to rebuild an engine you've already got, or you're considering a Pontiac V-8 purchase in the near future, there are some important engine block, crankshaft, and connecting rod information you should be aware of.
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The Pontiac 389 V8 was first introduced in 1959 and would become one of the most popular engines of the muscle car era. The engine evolved from the Pontiac 370 in which the stroke was increased. There were a lot of changes to the 389 during its eight year production run which gained the engine even more notoriety.
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In 1963 Pontiac continued with its tradition of making new engines out of old engines and decided to reduce the bore of the popular 389 motor in order to make the 326. The Pontiac 326 was produced as a replacement engine for the Tempest since these earlier cars had the all aluminum Pontiac 215 engines in them that were produced by Buick.