1967 Pontiac GTO Classic Muscle Care for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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Few cars from the 60s capture the rare blend of performance and attitude of
early GTOs and that has made them extremely hot collector cars in today's
market. At Vanguard Motor Sales in Plymouth, Michigan, we sell a lot of
nice Pontiacs, but this 1967 hardtop is the car you've always dreamed of
owning. Covered in beautiful red paint, it's a highly optioned car that has
only been beautifully restored.�
The restoration began with bodywork that was performed to a very high
standard. The panels are straight, show no ripples or waves and fit
precisely. On top of those straight panels, the red paint provides an
incredible finish. The hood features a tachometer. The white vinyl top is
in pristine condition. The end result is a jaw-dropping 'Goat' that will
get fans talking when you pull into the show.
Raise the hood and the first thing you'll notice is a killer 467 Stroker
Motor with 484 horsepower and 510 ft. lbs.
of torque. At the sides you will see Edelbrock heads and intake and a W/750
Holley Street Avenger. In front of the motor is the new aluminum radiator
with electric fan, as well as the clutch fan for cruising on hot summer
nights. Dig a little deeper and you'll find all new brakes, cylinder,
master cylinder and Richmond ring and pinion steering. There is also a
hidden shut off switch to prevent any unwanted drivers taking your GTO for
a spin without you. This 467 purrs like a tiger should!
Underneath the car, you'll find that the chassis is every bit as well
detailed as the engine compartment. The M22 Rockcrusher wide ratio 4-speed
transmission delivers power to a
355 to 1 posi-traction rear end. This GTO features all new springs, new
ball joints and tie rods. Exhaust
duties are handled by a Doug Headers and Masterflow Exhaust. Keeping the car connected to the
pavement are Cragar wheels and Cooper tires.
Inside the car you will find the redone red vinyl buckets that present as
new with seats that are firm. All of the wood veneer in the dash and on the
console is in great shape, as well as all of the stainless. The dash pad
looks new and houses the gauge package. In between the seats you will find
the console and Hurst shifter. An Autosound stereo with 6 disc changer in
the glove box sounds amazing thanks to the amp that is mounted in the
trunk. The electric antenna is also a plus. Under the deck-lid, the GTOs
spacious trunk has been properly restored with correct spatter paint and
includes a new mat, a spare and a correct jack decal.
Documentation for this car includes the original owner's manual.
If you've been thinking about putting a GTO in your garage, this 1967
hardtop is the one to buy. It's an incredibly authentic, freshly restored
investment grade car. Stylish and impressively fast, it's a car that you
will never get tired of driving and can show anywhere with confidence. Call
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