GENEVA – Pontiac Div. is "weeks away" from deciding on whether to revive the legendary GTO by importing Holden Ltd.'s Australian-made Monaro coupe to the U.S., a General Motors Corp. executive says (see related story: GM Considers Holden Monaro for U.S.). "The clock is already running on the engineering," says Bob Lutz, GM vice chairman and head of product development recently returned from a visit to GM’s Australian subsidiary. "The one (Holden) that interests us most immediately for ...

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