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Fully sorted and paint shop fresh, this 1965 GTO is the PERFECT car for any serious GTO fan who wants to prowl the streets in one of the most bad ass American cars to ever hit the road.
The beneficiary of a complete frame up restoration, this handsome GTO is a perfect blend of expert craftsmanship and fine attention to detail. The cars straight and solid body is covered in a deep, highly polished coat of GM code A Starlight Black paint that is so fresh you'll swear you smell wet paint as soon as you're within five feet of its glistening panels. Under that paint, straight and tight panel gaps, which are consistent throughout the car, indicate that this GTO was a solid piece even before the restoration began; and, as we all know, with a color like Starlight Black you simply can't hide misalignments of imperfections. The result is a clean, show-worthy GTO which looks great hammering down the highway, but is subtle enough to stay under the radar.
Under the hood you'll find a YS 389 V8 that was completely rebuilt during this GTOs extensive restoration and then upfitted with Pontiac's legendary Tri-Power setup. Correct chrome valve covers sit at the sides of three Rochester 2 barrel carburetors which each sport their own small, round air cleaner as original. Below those carburetors, a brand new coat of correct Pontiac Turquoise adorns the car's engine block from intake to oil pan, and a correct optional seven blade GTO fan sits behind a correct radiator that's equipped with correct GM hoses and tower clamps. At the sides of the block, correct reproduction Exhaust manifolds send spent gases into a true dual Exhaust system, and throughout the engine bay, detailing is nicely done including a properly finished master cylinder, a correct bright yellow throttle return spring, correct decals and a correct reproduction Delco Energizer battery.
Logging very few miles since their complete restoration, this GTOs satin black floor and rust free frame are absolutely spotless and present as if they were brand new. During the restoration, the car's front suspension was completely rebuilt along with the its four wheel drum brakes and power steering was added to make the turns a little more manageable. Power from the growling 389 is sent to a Muncie 4-speed transmission which spins a familiar GM 10 bolt rear end that's complete with new coil springs, new shocks and a reproduction maintenance tag. In front of that transmission, the cars turquoise oil pan is completely dry indicating no leaks, and at the sides of that transmission, a nice mandrel bent true dual Exhaust system incorporates two turbo mufflers, authentic wrinkle bent tail pipes and stainless steel turn downs. At the corners, correct silver painted rally wheels wear perfect stainless trim rings and center caps inside of four E70-14 Firestone Super Sport Wide Oval redlines.
Inside the car a newly assembled black vinyl interior features firm Pontiac stitched seats and a completely restored walnut veneer trimmed dash. Positioned directly in front of the driver, correct optional rally gauges that are intended to be reminiscent of European sports cars look great and function just as well as they did in 1965. Below those gauges, a correct factory optioned AM push button radio sits in excellent looking new chrome trim which contrasts well with the gloss black lower dash. Between the seats, a new full length console holds a chrome Hurst shifter inside of excellent looking 'mile-long' finned trim, and below the console, new black carpet is protected by color matched floor mats with vibrant GTO emblems. At the sides of the seats, new door panels feature new stainless trim and chrome handles under correct red GTO emblems, and above the seats a new black headliner still retains its factory gloss. In front of the driver, a correct stainless trimmed Pontiac steering wheel features a trademark turquoise centerpiece inside of a pristine chrome horn ring.
Packing a Tri-Power 389 under the hood and a slick shifting 4-speed Muncie transmission, this iconic black on black '65 GTO is an ideal blend of performance and style!
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1965 Pontiac GTO
The Pontiac GTO is an American automobile built by Pontiac Division of
General Motors from 1964 to 1974. It was a muscle car classic of the 1960s
In early 1963, General Motors' management issued a ban on involvement in
auto racing. At the time, Pontiac's advertising and marketing approach was
heavily based on performance, and racing was an important component of that
strategy. With GM's ban on factory-sponsored racing, Pontiac's young and
visionary management turned its attention to emphasizing street
performance. The GTO was basically a violation of GM policy, but since the
GTO was an option package and not standard equipment, it fell into a
loophole in the policy.
The GTO was restyled for the 1965 model year. It had Pontiac's
characteristic vertically stacked quad headlights. The restyled GTO had a
new simulated hood scoop. Another cosmetic change was the black "egg-crate"
The previous owner of this black beauty owned the car since the early
1980's. She bought it out of Ohio. It has had a complete frame off
400ci Motor with Tri-Power
Muncie 4 Speed Transmission
Engine and Trans Rebuilt in 2003, About 2k Miles on the Rebuild
10 Bolt Posi-Traction Rear End 3:89 Gears
Manual Brakes, Drum Brakes all Around
New Exhaust System with Aluminized
Hoses and Belts in Good Shape
Period Correct Distributor and Nice Wires
Radiator in Great Shape
Newer Gas Tank
Parking Brake is Hooked Up
Aluminum Bell Housing
New Springs and Shocks
New Bushings and Ball Joints
Nicely Painted Motor
Beautiful Black Paint Job, Painted in 1997
Very Nice New Chrome
New Rubber Installed
Undercarriage is Nicely Painted, No Patches
Frame is also Nicely Painted
Firestone Firehawk Tires 225/70/14 Front and Rear
Fit and Finish is Excellent
Finished Trunk with Mat, Spare and Jack
All New Interior, Door Panels, Seat Covers, Headliner, Carpet, Etc.
Dash is in Great Shape
New Wood Inlay
Knobs Look Great
Pontiac Floor Mats
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1965 Pontiac GTO Tri-Power 4-Speed at BigBoyzToyz69
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1965 Pontiac GTO , Tri-Power, 4-speed hardtop in #1 restored condition.
This is the car for the person who demands the very best in classic
automobiles. Every nook and cranny has been touched on this car by a
professional shop and it shows everywhere you look on this fine piece of
Pontiac history. Some say GTO started the muscle car years and this 2nd
year GTO is muscle to go. Factory Tri Power sitting on the original,
numbers matching 389 mated for life with its original M21 4-speed and
laying down with its original rear-end.
Factory Red car with black interior.
You just dont see cars like this anymore and this one is done correct to
Pontiac specs and comes from a private collector that buys nothing but the
best in classic cars.
PHS Documented and more.
Priced at $69,900 this car would take 90k to restore.
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1965 Pontiac GTO
We had to get my step dad's 1965 Pontiac GTO out of the trailer. It has a
modified 455 under the hood. It sounds a bit better in real life because
of my video camera. It is a real GTO, it just has the Lemans hood because
we didn't want to cut up the nice GTO hood for the big scoop.
1965 Pontiace GTO For Sale!
This absolutely gorgeous 65 GTO or "Goat" is in impeccable shape! She
houses Three Deuces and it was a real factory Tri-Power car! We have the
PHS Documents to show that it was a real GTO which includes an option list
and the factory reproduction window sticker!
The Goat is now a stealthy Gray with Black guts, all the chrome and
aluminum is in great shape, the current 400 engine runs very smooth and
doesn't sputter or spit. She also has Power Steering and Brakes to make
weekend driving a bit more enjoyable. 64 & 65 GTO's were widely considered
the first production "Muscle Car". A must have for any GTO fan!
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1969 Pontiac GTO
1969 Pontiac GTO
Original # matching 400 Motor - M40 Trans - 3:23 Saf T track differential
1965 Pontiac GTO for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video
PHS documented, legendary matching #'s 389cid V-8 Tri-power 3X2bbl carbs,
Muncie 4-speed trans, HD 3.55 rear diff, fresh mirror finish Starlight
black paint, beautiful black bucket seat interior, factory console + rare
vacuum gauge, rally dash w/ factory tach & gauges, power brakes, wood &
stainless steering wheel, rare rear defroster, Rally I wheels w/ redline
tires, great sounding dual Exhaust,
show detailed engine compartment & trunk w/ jack & spare, great driving &
looking, very collectible!
1965 Pontiac GTO
1965 Pontiac GTO for sale in our Chicago Showrooms. This GTO is powered by
the original 389 CID V8 engine rated at 335 horsepower and it is backed
by a 4 speed manual transmission running to 3.08 posi gears out back. The
seller is claiming 36,684 actual miles on this GTO. Options include
AM/FM/Cassette, power brakes, power steering, seat belts, cloth interior,
radial tires, and rally wheels. This Pontiac comes with the PHS (Pontiac
Historical Society) documentation to verify what it is. 1965 is the second
year for the GTO, which is known as the car that ushered in the muscle car
era by stuffing large engines in mid sized cars! In 1965, GTO continued to
be an option on the Pontiac LeMans. Some of the body modifications
included; stacked headlights, recessed grilles, single hood intake, and
wrap around tail lights. The 1965 GTO could be ordered in three different
body styles. The hardtop had no post between the front side and rear side
quarter glass. The sport coupe had a pillar or post between these two
windows. The convertible was the third body style that the GTO was offered
in. The 1965 GTO's set of standard options included; bucket seats, special
exterior trim (such as the hood scoop), 335hp 389ci engine (optional
Tri-power) with chrome valve covers and air cleaner(s), dual Exhausts, and 3-speed manual transmission with
floor mounted Hurst shifter.Located in our Chicago Showroom, this 65 GTO
for sale can be seen at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call 708-444-4488
for additional information.
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As one of only 1,614 automatic 'Cuda AARs ever produced, this freshly
restored small block Mopar is the ideal car for any enthusiast who wants to
win trophies at the show AND look good hauling them home.
Chrysler code FC7 In Violet Metallic is by far the most appealing hue to
come out of Chryslers hip 1970s 'brighter is better' muscle car mindset;
and when executed correctly it is one of the most timeless and dynamic
colors to ever adorn classic Detroit metal. Expertly applied over a fully
restored 'Cuda body which includes brand new floorpans and high quality
reproduction quarters, this cars straight and flat In Violet paint
absolutely glows under its trademark black organisol horizontal panels. The
result is a durable, modern finish which creates a high energy visual
masterpiece that oozes the bare knuckle confidence and old school appeal
which made this Mopar the stuff of legends.
Pull the pins on the flat black fiberglass hood and you'll find a date
correct 340 cubic inch Mopar Trans Am block. Although SCCA Trans Am race
cars were limited to 302 cubic inches, Plymouth decided that the 340 was a
better fit for its street car, and the extra cubic inches generally made
the AARs faster than their Mustang and Camaro competition. Specifically
designed for high performance applications, the beefed up 340 utilizes
three 2 barrel carburetors, a dual plane aluminum intake, a dual points
ignition system, unique high flow cylinder heads, a bigger cylinder bore
with domed pistons, a more aggressive camshaft and a forged steel
crankshaft to create a hefty 10.5 to 1 compression ratio. Due to SCCA
regulations and increasing insurance costs, the motor's output was
understated to 290 horsepower on paper, but in
reality it creates somewhere north of 315 fire breathing horses and easily
disposes of most stop light challengers even today. Whatever the number,
the engine bay of this particular AAR is in brilliant show-ready condition,
with immaculate detailing and exact finishes throughout. The cars awesome
purple paint provides an electrifying contrast against the 340s fresh coat
of Hemi Orange and the massive correctly decaled Six Pack air cleaner looks
great peeking through the cars functional black hood.
The high-winding small block churns power through a tough A727 TorqueFlite
3-speed automatic that was professionally rebuilt and equipped with a new
torque converter just last year. Included with the Trans-Am package is
power steering and a few minor suspension modifications to help the car
hook up quicker and perform better. An 8.75 inch Sure Grip rear axle with
3.55 gears is held up by specially tuned shocks and re-cambered rear
springs which also lift the rear of the car roughly two inches to
accommodate the unique side-exit Exhaust system. Braking is handled by a factory
equipped power front discs and heavy duty 11 inch rear drums, and the car
proudly stands on a new set of 15 inch Rallye wheels featuring what is
generally regarded as the first application of staggered tire sizes with
new 225/60 front and 255/60 rear BF Goodrich T/A radials.
Inside, the cars well-executed, fully restored black vinyl interior is
simple, functional and showroom fresh. The driver and passenger high-back
bucket and rear bench seats are showroom fresh and show no signs of any
wear at all. Below the seats, new black carpet is protected by heavy duty
rubber 'Cuda mats, and above the seats a taut and wrinkle-free headliner
stretches from door to door and window to window. On the doors, new molded
panels proudly hold the 'Cuda name amid subtle stainless trim, and both the
pistol-grip shifter and optional wood grain steering wheel perfectly match
the cars full console and slick Rallye gauge pod. In front of the driver,
rebuilt gauges have all been fully re-faced to better than new status, and
an original Chrysler AM radio still lives in the center of the dash.
With their unique execution and super rare status, Chrysler E-bodies are
extremely hot sellers. The 'Cuda AAR might be the most collectable small
block Mopar of all time. Great performance, unmatched exclusivity and
classic good looks are exactly the combination that creates lasting value.
Jackie's 1965 Pontiac GTO For Sale
1965 Pontiac GTO. Clean, FOR SALE make an offer. 6.5 liter V-8
Car Life tested a 1965 GTO with Tri-Power and what they considered the
most desirable options (close-ratio four-speed manual transmission, power
steering, metallic brakes, rally wheels, 4.11 limited-slip differential,
and Rally Gauge Cluster), with a total sticker price of US$3,643.79. With
two testers and equipment aboard, they recorded 0--60 miles per hour (0--97
km/h) in 5.8 seconds, the standing quarter mile in 14.5 seconds with a trap
speed of 100 miles per hour (160 km/h), and an observed top speed of 114
miles per hour (182.4 km/h) at the engine's 6,000 rpm redline.
The 389 engines received revised cylinder heads with re-cored intake
passages, improving breathing. Rated power increased to 335 hp (250 kW) at
5,000 rpm for the base 4—barrel engine; the Tri-Power was rated 360 hp
(270 kW) at 5,200 rpm. The Tri-Power engine had slightly less torque than
the base engine 424 lb·ft (575 N·m) at 3,600 rpm versus 431 lb·ft (584
N·m) at 3,200 rpm. Transmission and axle ratio choices remained the same.
The three-speed manual was standard, while a four-speed manual or two-speed
automatic were optional.