The letters GTO spark memories of good times and old-school American performance in the hearts of many, some even credit the Pontiac GTO as the car that popularized muscle cars back in the 60s. The first generation GTO is the stuff of legends and is bound to turn heads as your drive by to this day, much like this 1967 Pontiac GTO we have today. With 84,760 miles on the clock, this is one well-looked-after example and a true American legend to spruce up your life.
The first generation Pontiac GTO and its design will always go down as one of the most iconic 60s muscle cars. The long body lines feature sporty features on all fronts and the 67 model year called for several design changes. This 1967 Pontiac GTO sports a two Tyrol blue exterior and a black top boasting all those 60s features well. Make your way up front and the redesigned front grille form 1967 is still present and in great condition, at the back, the redesigned 8 rear taillights blend in well with the exterior color. Lastly, the Rally II wheels available which were present in the 1967 model year are also present on this car, the wheels are wrapped in red gradient white wall tires. While it’s a muscle car boasting 60s performance the black interior on this 1967 Pontiac GTO is one that boasts comfort and class. The wood trim blends in well with black leather seats and makes for a nice place to be when cruising into the weekend.
The Pontiac GTOs were never supposed to sport large displacements due to GMC’s policy displacements, but the development team found loopholes in the fine print, and what came to be were two large old-school V8 performance machines to suit the marketing material Pontiac was pushing out in the 60s. You got two engine trims to pick from but the one to have was the 400ci due to it being the big brother and boasting more power. Pop the hood of this 1967 Pontiac GTO and you would find the legendary 400ci (6.6L V8) powertrain lying there, pushing out ample smiles per gallon. All this old school V8 goodness is sent to the car's rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission.
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