Widely known as the work of the legendary John Z. DeLorean during his time at General Motors, the Pontiac GTO debuted for the 1963 model year. The name was a hat tip to the legendary Ferrari 250 GTO and means Gran Turismo Omologato (Grand Tourer Homologated). This 1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop that's available right now hails from the first generation of this legendary nameplate and bears just 7,100 miles on the odometer after a full rebuild.
This 1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop has been repainted in Aquamarine Blue, which is reportedly the original color that it sported from the factory. The full rebuild has left no stone unturned, as evidenced by the car's clean and crisp outlook. Wearing a set of Cragar wheels with new tires, we're told that the original wheels will be included in the sale for added authenticity. There's also said to be a trumpet exhaust tip set to further enhance the car's visual interest at the rear. Inside, we find a color-matched cabin with seating for four occupants on leather-trimmed seats that are reportedly reupholstered. The carpeting is said to be new as well. Taking a closer look, you'll note the Magnaflow True dials that offer a retro-modern outlook on monitoring the performance of this iconic muscle car. We must also draw your attention to the slick hood-mounted tachometer that points directly at the driver and is one of the most distinctive features of the GTO. Air conditioning is another added nicety, as is a retro-modern Pontiac-branded push-button radio in the original dash aperture. Finally, let's talk about the 'His and Hers Automatic Transmission,' which you can see, offers a choice between manual and automatic shifting, way before Tiptronic was even conceptualized.
This 1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop is said to pack a stout 400ci (6.6L) V8 as it would have from the factory, replete with a Holley 4-barrel carburetor. Developing around 330hp, the engine sends it to the rear wheels via a TH-400 Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission with a Hurst Performance dual-gate shifter that constitutes the aforementioned 'his and hers' system. We're informed that this car has received dual electric fans and an aluminum radiator to keep the mega engine cool. A disc brake conversion has been performed as well for better-stopping prowess.
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