1967 GTO restoration
My 67 GTO resto project, those were the good old days, nothing better than pure american muscle.
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1966 Pontiac GTO 389 Triple Duece Automatic
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GTO Muscle car. 389 Motor (not original motor)but a rebuilt YS Block. Has PHS documents showing an original GTO. Car is in good Driver Quality condition. It was repainted a few years back and the poor prep work is showing on the as the paint is blistering in a few spots. It has picked up a few dings along the way. Chrome bumpers showing where and the Headliner needs to be replaced. Exhaust is recent. Mechanics have been gone through in the last 2 years. This car starts right up, runs great, does not smoke, has the 3 X 2 Carb set up. Comes with extra Steering wheel, original style rims. This car does have some nice features like Buckets Seats, Console with the His and Hers shifter, Tilt Wheel. This is a Classic and ready to be restored.
1966 Pontiac GTO Introduced
Remember when Pontiac meant, "excitement?" This clip makes the thought of the demise of this once hot brand all the more painful. Even the stiff host couldn't kill the buzz this car created.
1966 Pontiac GTO - Fly/In Cruise/In
Series #10 Part #1
Fly/In Cruise/In Video Magazine
Wilbur & Joyce Hostetler show us their immaculate 1966 Pontiac GTO. We discuss the restoration & go cruising in Marion, Indiana.
Produced by: Inge Harte - Ray Johnson
1966 Pontiac GTO STK 0024-ATL.mpg
Very correct REAL 242 Code 1966 Pontiac GTO convertible in great condition.
Authentic GTO convertibles are hard to find as not that many were produced
compared to hardtops (12,798 convertibles versus 73,785 hard tops in '66).
This car is finished in its original and rare color combination of Charcoal
Blue (Code B) with white convertible top (Code 1) and Parchment Interior
(Code 242). We really like this color combination, the white interior
contrasts well against the dark blue exterior paint and gives this car a
classic look and unique look. Sorry, but sometimes we just get tired of
seeing red and black cars with black interiors! This is a very good car
that was ground-up restored in 1995 and has been well kept and taken care of
since. The undercarriage and frame are extremely solid and have no rust
issues whatsoever. The paint was re-done again in 2005 and has a nice,
period correct finish. The interior of this car is 90% original and is
still in fantastic condition. Careful observers will notice this car has
the rare option of factory power windows which we think just adds to the
cool factor, especially on a muscle-car like the GTO! This is also a
factory AC car that's been converted to R134 and the AC is blowing cold-no
worries there. A Pontiac aftermarket AM/FM Cassette player has been
installed in the stock radio location but the original AM radio is boxed up
and in the trunk. The power convertible top is fully functional and
operates excellent. A parchment convertible top boot is included in the
sale as well.
Under hood is a rebuilt NOM 389 V8 that is mostly stock with the exception
of a Holley 4 bbl carburetor sitting on top. A spare, rebuilt Carter
carburetor is in the trunk if the next owner wants to change it out. We
also have the factory-style air cleaner in the trunk if you want a more
correct look under hood. This is a YS code automatic 389 and the date code
indicates it to be a 1966 block. The automatic transmission shifts great
and was fully rebuilt just last year along with new brakes being installed
at all four corners. The car is equipped with factory power drum brakes
both front and rear. Also installed recently was a fully aluminized
Flowmaster dual Exhaust system which gives the 389 a really muscular tone
but its not overbearing. Rally II wheels give this car a classic GTO look
and when wrapped in the Red Line tires the car sits perfect.
This GTO would make a really nice Sunday driver or possibly a local show
car. It's not in fresh frame-off, concourse condition but the price isn't
$70,000 either. Pretty much everything is there and the car isn't hiding
anything�it's just a good honest car that's a blast to drive! With the
power factory windows (which all work great by the way), the working factory
AC, and the color combination this will be a valuable car for many years to
come. Factor in the rarity of GTO convertibles and you have a pretty good
piece to invest your money into right here guys. So what are you waiting
for? Pick-up the phone and let's get this car in your garage!
This vehicle is located in our Atlanta, GA showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835
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Joe`s 1966 Pontiac tempest/GTO
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