1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop . John Delorean and his crew first created the GTO in 1964 by wedging a big block into a small body, in many people's minds creating the Muscle Car Era. Well, who would have known what Detroit was about to usher in. Then introduce a gas inhaling 389 4bbl set up and presto, a legend. In 1966-67 Pontiac did a total redesign of their A Body warrior and created the iconic Coke Bottle Body look. Here is one fabulous example of that redesign, with that upper echelon of power available and a more street-able automatic transmission, in a great color combination. This car was purchased in Salome, Az in 1980 and stayed with that owner in Arizona till we purchased it. This 400 is rebuilt with polished aluminum edelbrock, holley carb and headers, equalizer pipe, new pipes, and cutouts, sounds amazing. Features Era Correct, Smooth, detailed NOM 400 CID V8, YS code, #16 heads, Smooth shifting Powerglide automatic Transmission with Hurst his/hers shifter. In Dash aftermarket am-fm Radio. Finished in Signet Gold with Pebble Grain Black Vinyl Top. Correct Black Bucket Seat interior Full length console with storage and Hurst Shifter Optional Power Steering, Factory Optional Power Brakes, with front discs, 3.55 open Rear End Correct working Pontiac Tachometer in the Dash 120 MPH Speedometer with 29XXX miles showing on the Odometer(turned over) Safety Guard Padded Dash and Sunvisors and Color Keyed Seat Belts, dual chrome mirrors, aftermarket Auto Gauge gauges underdash, Performance Tuned Dual Exhaust with Chrome Tips New set of hankook Radial Tires P205/75R15, old school look with Keystone Classic Wheels, Owner's Manual and a stack of receipts Included
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