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Manic GT

Model Year: 1971

Location of Manufacture: Granby, Quebec

Did you know...?

The Manic GT was named after the Manic -5 powerhouses on the massive Daniel Johnson dam which impounds the Manicouagan River in Northern Quebec. The dam is the largest buttressed dam with multiple arches in the world.

Did you know...?

In 1971, the average Canadian family lived on an annual income of $6,695. A new Manic GT would have cost that family $2,300 – although few family-oriented households would have purchased this very sporty but impractical car!