Show and go. This car is ready to do both. And it will probably need that big ol trunk in order to carry all the trophies it will gather up along the way. This car still has its original engine and has been restored right with a binder full of paperwork documenting the job, as well as several GTO restoration guide books that were used as reference along the way. If you have been looking for a well-done GTO, youre done looking. Check it out. First impressions as you approach this car are stunning. There is an aggressive rake to the chassis. Before you even get close enough to see the details clearly, you can tell that the body panels line up nicely and it all looks tight and right. The chrome all looks like new as does the polished stainless around the windows. Mayfair Maize paint is the factory original color and as you get closer, you can tell its near perfect. The view from the front is awesome. That big yellow hood with the double scoop flows down to the split grill between those classic vertical quad headlights with a GTO badge on the right. Down the side you can see the proper GTO badging on the front and rear fenders. At the rear, Horizontal lines of chrome dressing the taillights and the panel between them give a super clean look to the back of the car, and there is more correct Pontiac and GTO badging. Open the door and you will immediately see that the fit and finish of the interior is just as outstanding as the outside of the car. Like the paint, it is the factory correct Black that the car was delivered in new. The door panel has a GTO badge at the top front with chrome piping across the top and bottom. The seats have new foam and springs under the original seat covers adorned in diagonal pleats complete with the Pontiac Arrow embossed into them. Nice. A two-spoke steering wheel with a half round horn ring has a Sun SuperTach mounted to the column just behind it. The dash is super clean with stock gauges mounted in a wood grain panel and control knobs mounted in a chrome trim panel below it. The Hurst shifter for the 4-speed manual transmission falls easily to hand and just begs to be stirred around. A trio of auxiliary Stewart Warner gauges as well as a Pontiac manifold vacuum gauge are mounted under the dash to keep accurate tabs on those critical engine functions. Pop the hood up and you will find that precious, original 389 cubic inch motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. Its a rare treat to see those three Rochester carbs, and this Tri-power setup is polished up and tuned up real nice. The chrome tops to their air filters is complimented by a set of chrome valve covers adding their splash of flash to the engine. The rest of the engine iron is painted the correct Pontiac Blue and of-course all the belts, hoses and ignition components are all new. Also new is a complete wiring harness with a laminated diagram included in the documentation. Power flows back through the 4-speed transmission to the rear axle located by trailing arms and sitting on coil springs. The suspension both front and rear is tight and right with sway bars at both ends helping this car handle nicely too. The rubber meets the road through 215/70R15 Red Line tires mounted on silver steel wheels with polished trim rings and center caps. This is a first class restoration of a numbers matching car. There is a pile of documentation that goes with it, and a pile of smiles it will generate when you take it out and about.
Would you like to own one of the original Pony cars, but one that is a little unique? Then check out this Firebird convertible. Offered just in time for fall foliage cruising with a power operated top and looking good in its factory correct color of Mayfair Maize, its ready to roll. You just dont see too many of these Firebird convertibles out there and when you do, you notice them. The front end leads with a sharp looking chrome bumper that splits the air side to side and into the grill which is flanked by quad headlights. The center section fairs nicely into a crisp ridge that runs back along the centerline of the hood. That crease is echoed on the tops of the front fenders and also along the side of the car with a line that runs front to rear. Firebird appears in script on the front fender, along with the Firebird itself and there is a Pontiac arrow on the rear fender. The view from the rear is of those unique double slot taillights with a Firebird on the gas cap between them and Firebird in script on the trunk all underlined by a sharp looking back bumper. Open the door and you will find a very sharp looking Black interior which is the color this car was delivered with new. The door panels are simple with horizontal lines and a Firebird badge along the top and slashes of chrome both top and bottom. The seats have pleated center sections with smooth vinyl along the sides. There is a three spoke steering wheel with the Pontiac Firebird in the center and a neat and clean dash behind it. It is stock and simple with just the speedometer and a fuel gauge mounted in front of the driver. In the center is a wood tone panel with the original AM radio mounted in it, the ventilation controls below it, and the shifter for the 3-speed manual trans mounted in the floor. Hit the power roof button to drop the top for some open-air motoring, and if you want to, you can give it that clean look by covering it with the black roof boot. Pop the hood and you will find a 350 cubic inch V8 engine which is painted Pontiac Blue and has been in this car for a while. It has a survivor look and feel to it and there are signs of good regular maintenance with a newer battery as well as the plugs, cap and wires, and belts and hoses. A chrome Edelbrock air topper feeds an Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold. Finned Holley valve covers are black with the tops of the fins brushed to aluminum. Long tube headers get the spent gases out and send them downstream to Flowmaster mufflers. A newer radiator keeps things running cool and Power flows back through that 3-speed manual transmission to a solid axle and 10 bolt rear-end mounted on leaf springs. A coil spring front suspension gets the job done up front and the rubber meets the road through 205/75R14 tires mounted on 5-lug alloy wheels with PMD center caps and polished trim rings. Come on down and check this sweet ride out. Then take it home and head out for some fall fun.
1972 was the last year of production before 5 MPH bumper regulations forced manufacturers to dramatically change the front-end styling of their cars and build them longer and heavier to meet the new requirements. This pre-regulation Le Mans has a great looking front end, and with those hood scoops, even looks a bit like GTO. Pontiacs trademark feature is a split grill. The body colored bumper flows up and around the grill on each side meeting in the center and is flanked by quad headlights. A set of hood scoops are perched just above the grill, pretty far forward on the hood, adding a bit of an aggressive look. The body is completely stock, and sometime in the past, has been resprayed in the factory original Quezal Gold. There are crease lines just above the wheel wells that bulge out like they are flexing a bit of muscle and the sloped rear window gives it a bit of a fastback look. A chrome rear bumper ties the look together nicely by picking up the splashes of chrome around the wheel wells and along the rocker panel. Open the door and you will find a black interior that has been refreshed and is in really nice condition. The door panel has chrome piping outlining the center and the pull handle. There is a two spoke steering wheel sitting in front of a wood tone upper dash panel with gauges set into it that appear to be newer. Ventilation and A/C controls are off to the right a bit just over the radio which sits in a brushed aluminum panel that underlines everything. The center console also gets the wood treatment and has the floor shifter for the automatic transmission. Pleated bucket seats are comfortable for cruising around town or cruising cross country and being a mid-sized car, there is plenty of room to take a few friends with you on those trips too. Carpets with floor mats and a neat and clean headliner tie the interior together nicely. Under the hood you will find a stock and numbers matching, unmolested 350-cubic inch V8. There are signs of regular maintenance and the A/C is still running R12 and is still blowing cold. A fresh exhaust system has been hung front to rear that includes nice sounding Flowmaster mufflers. The suspension has also been refreshed with new springs and shocks both front and rear as well as new sway bar links up front. The car sits on PMC steel wheels with trim rings with 205/75R14 tires all around. Good looking, nice driving, mid-sized V8 car for you, (and your friends too if you wish) to head out and have some adventures in.
Admit it, its the paintwork that first attracted you to this 1965 Pontiac GTO. It has a correct color combo that gives you a flashy red, but in a much more sophisticated presentation. And since this is a real-deal Goat with its original 389 V8 and four-on-the-floor, its allure is much more than just skin deep. Not only is this coupe striking, but it has the kind of story collectors love. Its a one-owner GTO thats spent its entire life in the Nashville area. The Montero Red and Cameo Ivory two-tone is part of the original factory-correct color package, and it has been through a professional respray gives it the kind of luster that makes people take notice. But that might not be what first grabs your attention. Instead, this GTO has a very well-coordinated package where the bumpers, headlight surrounds, hood scoop, and most of the other brightwork were painted a satin sliver. This coordinates with the upgrade to Mickey Thompson wheels, and so the overall impression is a much more uniform and sophisticated total package. Theres even a trunk luggage rack to really nail the Grand Touring aspect of this GTO. Theres more evidence of quality care and maintenance the moment you lay eyes on the correct parchment interior. The bucket seats are crisp right down to the correct arrowhead emblem embossed into each one. Matching door panels with correct GTO emblems and deep dark carpeting make this a true classic muscle car experience. Aiming for a more European feel in the GTO, Pontiac designers gave it a wood grained dashboard with the round rally gauge cluster that includes the very important tach. This car feels like a time machine as you grab the factory steering wheel with your left hand, and your right one will never want to leave the Hurst shifter. This one feels correct right down to the heat/defrost sliders and the AM radio thats still cranking out tunes. Pontiacs famous 389 cubic-inch V8 is a legend that launched the GTOs revolution, so we are happy to have the original, numbers-matching unit still in the engine bay. And while this motor has a great story, the thing people will do when you pop the hood at the car shows is gravitate to whats on top of this V8 first. Thats the allure of the famous tri-power setup of the trio of Rochester two-barrel carburetors. The original intake and carbs are still available, but what this big power configuration signals is this coupes true muscle car usability. In fact, the V8 was rebuilt within the last year to not only include tri-power, but also a hotter cam. You can take full advantage of the motor because the four-speed manual and the rear end were professionally rebuilt as well. So we know how much youre going to enjoy the extra crackle from the V8 as the dual exhaust howls with delight when you decide to drive this stick-shift muscle car legend to its fullest. Complete with original warranty card, this is the perfect mix of preservation and the right upgrades. Its a legendary muscle machine with added power and robustness, and the coupe has never lived outside of its hometown. So now that you understand how special this GTO is, you know you dont want to miss out on the opportunity. Call today!!!
1966 was a big year for the GTO. The car went from being the Grand Tempest Option package, to being its own unique model, and started writing its own story, just like a child who grows up, moves out of the house and starts writing their own story. That story has become a well-known and significant part of automotive history. Father Pontiac named it the GTO Tiger, but as happens sometimes, it became best known by its nickname, the Goat. Check it out. Along with moving out on its own there was a change of style with more muscular curves to the body giving it the now classic coke bottle look. Up front, a distinctive front end leads the way with a split grill and vertically stacked quad headlights that are trimmed in chrome with a sharp looking bumper underlining them. Silver is a tough color to get right, but as you look over that distinctive hood and down the sides of the car, you will be hard pressed to find any imperfections and would be proud to enter this car in a show. There is correct badging in the grill as well as on the fenders and trunk. Chrome outlines the wheel wells and polished rocker trim connects them front to rear. The back of the car looks great with taillights that feature a rare louvered cover found only on the GTO surrounded by chrome trim on the top and the bumper with dual exhaust tips peeking out the bottom. Open the door and you will find an interior of black and wood with chrome highlights that is in great condition with no cracking. The door panels are vertically pleated with a GTO badge over the armrest and chrome piping along both the top and bottom. The seats look like new with pleated centers and smooth vinyl surrounds. The wood starts with a deep dish, three spoke steering wheel mounted on a tilt column that sits in front of the wooden dash panel. Gauges are across the top with controls along the bottom and everything works. An updated AM/FM/Cassette player is there for your listening pleasure with an Autogauge trio mounted under the dash to help keep track of critical engine functions. A Pontiac vacuum gauge is mounted on the wood tone center console just in front of the shifter for the automatic trans and the carpet and headliner which are also in great shape finish out the quality look of this interior. Pop the hood and you will find a neat and clean engine bay with a nicely dressed out 400 cubic inch engine nestled down into it. There is a chrome Edelbrock air topper with an Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold underneath it. Black valve covers with Pontiac in brushed lettering look great with the blue paint of the heads and block. There is power steering and power front disc brakes on this car and the belts, hoses, and wiring are all new and neatly routed. If things heat up on a Friday night or at the strip, there is an aluminum radiator to make sure things stay cool. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic trans and dual Flowmaster mufflers make the car sound great. Steering and brakes have been serviced with parts like the ball joints obviously replaced recently and a stout front sway bar to help out the cornering a bit. The car rides on factory PMD wheels with 225/70R14 mounted all around. Check out this GTO from the first year it moved out and became its own model. You might decide that it needs to move into your garage.
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This car is heading for its 50th birthday! It is a real deal GTO, has been well taken care of and is solid from top to bottom and end to end. It has recently been serviced up mechanically with attention paid to keeping things factory original and has been resprayed in a fresh coat of its original color. These cars were stunning in Matador Red when they were new, and this one looks better than ever all freshened up. From the side, the long tapered front fenders highlighted by a black and white stripe down the side of the car look awesome. Toward the rear, the roofline tapers down smoothly into the trunk with a rear wing perched on the back edge. GTO appears on the front fender along with The Judge in script proudly announcing that it is equipped with that option package, and the back fender has a discreet little GTO emblem too. Up front the trademark Pontiac split grill is trimmed in chrome with quad headlights and sports another GTO badge. It flows smoothly back and up the hood to twin Ram Air scoops and a hood mounted tach so the driver can keep his head up and eyes on the road when it counts the most. At the rear, under that wing and wide oval taillights, is a nice chrome bumper with a couple exhaust tip peeking out from under it. Open the door and you will find a super sharp looking interior with attention paid to keeping the look original and authentic. The door panel is a simple yet stylish in black with chrome piping creating a Y pattern in the center with slashes of chrome accenting the top and bottom and a GTO emblem too. The bucket seats echo the Y pattern in the pleated center section with smooth side bolsters. A three-spoke steering wheel has a Pontiac arrowhead in the center. Behind it is a stock dashboard with a speedometer in the center, engine gauges off to the left, a clock to the right, and that hood mounted tach directly in the drivers line of sight. Wood grain on the lower dash looks great and carries through to the center console which holds the shifter for the automatic transmission. Ventilation controls include those for air conditioning to keep you cool on hot summer days and the only upgrade in this interior is an FM/CD and iPod compatible stereo for your listening pleasure. Pop the hood and you will find the legendary Pontiac 400 cubic inch motor that has been restored back to factory specs nestled down in a nicely detailed out engine bay. The twin snorkel black air cleaner has a decal announcing it as a 400 4-barrel engine. Of-course the focus on originality means a stock carb, intake and exhaust, and it also means that it has all been painted in the correct Pontiac blue engine paint. Everything has been serviced or replaced like the master cylinder and booster, alternator, power steering pump and air conditioning compressor which has also been updated to R134. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to a 10-bolt, 3:55 posi rear, located by trailing arms and coil springs. Up front, control arms and coil springs with a beefy sway bar and new suspension components throughout help this car handle well. The rubber meets the road through 225/70R14 BFGoodrich T/A radials all around mounted on Rally II wheels. An awesome car celebrating its 50th birthday. A nice reward for someone celebrating their 50th maybe? Or just a nice, clean, classic car because you have been wanting one. Whatever the reason, come on down and check out this sweet GTO.
Feast your eyes on this absolutely stunning Grand Prix. It is a glorious tribute to the styling department that sculpted those lines and also mixed that Sunfire Red paint to create this very unique car. It did however, have to wait 50+ years before those awesome Foose wheels were made in order to put the finishing touch on it. Besides being a captivating color, it is also the correct color that this car was delivered new in. It has obviously been recently refreshed, shines like new, and looks fantastic. That long hood flows down and into the Pontiac-trademark split grille with a GP badge and a pair of fog lights mounted in it. It is trimmed in chrome, flanked by vertically stacked headlights, and underlined by a chrome bumper that seems to cradle everything above it in place. Chrome dresses out the fender wells as well as the rocker panels. The roofline makes a statement with its squared off roofline and its concave rear window while the rear fenders sport an accent crease that feeds smoothly into the rear bumper. The back of the car has a stylish and ultra clean look with the taillights hidden within horizontal lines and a bumper which echoes the front by seeming to cradle everything in place. Open the door and you will find an absolutely beautiful interior of White and Sunfire Red. The door panel sets the tone with three panels of white, divided by chrome piping with red carpeting along the lower edge. The front seats are comfortable buckets, upholstered in white with chrome trim. Between them is a ribbed center console with the shifter for an automatic transmission rising from its wood trimmed mount. A two-spoke steering wheel has a half round chrome horn ring and a Pontiac Arrowhead center button. Behind it is a horizontal speedometer set into a ribbed chrome panel running all the way across the dash that matches the center console. Underneath it are various control knobs as well as the push button controls for the air conditioning and ventilation system. Over to the right is the push button AM radio that looks just like the vent controls. A factory manifold pressure gauge sits between auxiliary water temp and oil pressure gauges to keep accurate track of those engine functions. Open the hood and you will find a 389 cubic inch motor that is the correct one for the car based on the Pontiac Historical Services report that was run, and it is believed to be the original one as delivered in the car when it was new. It is completely stock with a polished air filter feeding a 4-barrel carburetor. The engine iron is all painted the correct color of Pontiac blue and signs of good regular maintenance include belts and hoses as well as a master cylinder and brake booster that appear to have been replaced fairly recently. The exhaust has been updated with Flowmaster mufflers which give the car a nice healthy sound while fresh sway bar bushings help the car handle well and front disc brakes provide good stopping ability. The rubber meets the road through 245/45ZR18 tires all around mounted on those awesome Foose wheels. Stunning looks in a unique color of paint with a white interior with a healthy 389 under the hood all sitting on chrome 18s. What are you waiting for? Come on down and check this very special car out!
America got the best of both worlds with this GTO. In 1931, GM bought Holden, an Australian car company. They stayed pretty independent from GM, enjoying the synergies, but developing their own cars. Bob Lutz, chairman of GM, drove a V8 powered Holden Monaro on a trip there in 2000 and was quite impressed. Car and Driver said it was one of the best cars GM built at the time and an Australian magazine said it would eat Mustangs and spit out Nissans. So, GM decided to bring it to the U.S. as a Pontiac GTO. Check it out. We admit that there is nothing like the original GTO. But times and technology have changed, and this GTO is a serious muscle car as well as a worthy successor to the name. In true hot-rod tradition, this one has a few upgrades that add to the flavor. One that even GM added to later year models is a hood with scoops that recall the ones on the originals. The front end is now very aerodynamic, but retains the signature split Pontiac grill proudly sporting a GTO badge while also incorporating some serious lighting. The color is called Yellow Jacket and the factory used a basecoat/clearcoat system to really bring out the shine. The wheels have been blacked out along with the mirrors in another custom touch and you may notice that is sits a bit lower than usual. Aero continues to be the theme with a roofline that slopes smoothly down to a rear spoiler and side skirts that keep air from under the car at speed. Open the door and you will find a Black leather interior that has been praised by the automotive press and owners alike. The door panel is sculpted with a long, stitched armrest as well as a heat and A/C vent ducted into it for comfortable cruising. The bucket seats are both comfortable and supportive with GTO embroidered into them near the top. A four-spoke leather wrapped steering wheel with yellow stitching sits in front of a compact dash panel with gold faced gauges with white lettering. A flick of the wrist to the right is the shifter for the manual transmission that is begging to be stirred around with a set of non-slip pedals for the clutch, brake and gas to assist in the process. Ventilation controls are in the center panel just over the Blaupunkt premium sound system for your listening pleasure. The back-seat passengers get their own set of bucket seats if they choose to jump in for the ride too. Pop the hood and you will find an LS1 V8 motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. A dress up kit includes yellow covers with GTO embossed on them as well as SLP lettering indicating the Street Legal Performance upgrade to the exhaust system. A strut brace improves chassis rigidity and assures good handling and the Anti-lock brake pump is plain to see which operates 4-wheel discs and provides a measure of safety as well as added confidence while out doing some spirited driving. Power flows through the 6-speed manual gearbox to the rear wheels which put the power on the ground through an independent rear suspension. The front is a MacPherson strut setup with power rack and pinion steering and a beefy sway bar for precise control. Performance oriented springs both front and rear provide even better handling and make the car look better by lowering it as well. A worthy successor to the original GTO and a serious contender in the modern sports car wars. Come on down and check it out.
The GTO is often referred to as the original muscle car and this convertible is not only a beautiful rust free vehicle but it runs and drives like new. It is equipped with a completely rebuilt 400 V8 from a '69 GTO and a 4-speed transmission with a completely new clutch assembly. The paint is a strong 71/2-8 out of 10 with a brand new convertible top with glass rear window and new electric motor, pump and hoses. It has a brand new set of factory correct wheels, trim rings and center caps along with redline bias ply tires. The interior is flawless including the upholstery, carpet and a new dashboard. This GTO is a great driver with no overheating or shaking/vibrating issues. We have a PHS report on this car and everything works as it should. For more details, visit carolinaclassicautos.com or call 704-579-7435.
1970 Pontiac GTO Judge. Cardinal Red with a red interior. Bucket seats with console. A matching number, Ram Air 3, 400 ci,366 HP engine, backed by a 4 speed manual transmission. Power steering, power brakes and a woodgrain dash are all parts of the amenities. This car has had a frame off rotisserie restoration. PHS .documentation. Factory rally wheels are sourounded by BFG tires.This is an all number matching Judge, with a rare Red on Red paint scheme! Gotta see it!
1969 Pontiac GTO Hardtop. Starlight Black exterior with Legendary red interior. Powered by a 400 ci 370HP WW code Ram Air IV motor. 69 WW block, 4 bolt main, Ross Pistons, Eagle Rods,, Childs and Albert Rings, steel flywheel, and heated crankshaft. Un-ported 722 heads, SS valves, NOS carburetor, balanced and blue printed, dyno tuned before installation. New Richmond 4-speed transmission, Centerforce clutch, restored GM Shifter, new Eaton posi rear, Moser Axles, new bearings, ring, and pinion seals, u-joints and mounts. Highly detailed suspension, undercarriage, and engine. Frame and suspension items were sandblasted, metal etched, urethane primed, then painted. Original stainless was polished, NOS handles. Original rally gauges with Tach, and a wood steering wheel. Painted to match, steel wheels, small Pontiac hubcaps and redline tires, nicely finish out the package. This Goat is ready to climb any hill or mountain that you might find!
1941 Pontiac Deluxe Torpedo Convertible. This car put Pontiac on par with some of the most luxurious automobiles available. This vehicle with the, $25 extra, Straight Eight engine, could be easily recognized by the longer Head-Dress on the Indian Head Hood Ornament. This convertible, for the first time, offered a vacumn operated top, prior to this, it had to be manually raised or lowered. The interior in this Black car is Red leather. This car has not had a full restoration, only items that had shown wear, were replaced or restored. This car was owned by a dentist in East Tennessee for years, who drove the car regularly. This is another trip into the past. Let the top down and let your mind wander back to yesteryear!
1970 Pontiac GTO, Not Original engine, but a 455 CI 335 HP HO engine # 485428, Muncie 4-speed transmission, Safe-t-Trak differential. PHS Docs, copy of window sticker and original build sheet. PHS documented Ram Air GTO. Power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, Rally Gauge Cluster, floor console, and AM/FM radio with rear speaker are all included in the options. This freshly restored GTO comes in the correct Burgundy exterior, with the correct Saddle interior, and rolls on Rally II wheels, with Firehawk radial tires. Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible. Factory Montero Red with white interior and white convertible top. The white seating and door panels are contrasting to the black carpet and dash. This Goat is powered by a 389ci V8, with 3 deuces, backed by a factory 4 speed transmission. Options include a power convertible top, Rally 1 slotted wheels, sourrounded by BFG tires, rally pack cluster with tach, and 3.55 posi rear gears. This is one good looking red ride, so put down the top, and let the wind blow your hair! Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, air conditioning, new dual exhaust with Flowmasters, bucket seats, console with floor shifter, power windows, tilt steering, CB radio, spoilers, 15" PMD rally wheels.
We are pleased to present this 1956 Pontiac Star Chief. The Star Chief is a model that was manufactured by Pontiac between 1954 and 1966. It was Pontiacs top trim package on the Pontiac Chieftain, with later generations built on longer wheelbases, and serving as the foundation platform for the Pontiac Bonneville. The car was easily identified by its chrome star trim along its sides, a feature all Star Chiefs were equipped with. For 1956 the design was lightly revised, with heavier looking bumpers and a vertical slash on the front door above the swage line. This beautifully restored specimen was is done in Bright red and White and looks amazing. The chrome, and theres lots of it, is shiny and bright and the interior is done in red and white to match and is in fantastic shape with no rips or tears. Upgraded to a 383 V8 paired with a 700R automatic transmission and front power disc brakes and dual custom exhaust, it drives as well as it looks! The sound system has also been upgraded to an AM/FM CD. The dash is very nicely repainted red and the chrome is also in great shape. All gauges are either new or restored and the new Auto Meter gauges function as they should. There are lots of receipts to back up this well restored and maintained gem. This vehicle qualifies for an optional 90 day ASC drivetrain warranty. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please call or text Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347.
We are pleased to present this 1969 Pontiac GTO with The Judge package. One of only 6,833 Judges made in 1969. This Judge has the numbers matching 400 Ram Air III engine and 4 speed manual transmission and comes with the original build sheet. This beauty was restored in the original Carousel Red with Parchment interior. Overall the car is excellent condition which means that it is good enough to win local events but not quite a Concourse level car. This car has been vetted by PHS (Pontiac Historical Society) with all the documents included. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please call or text Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347.
We are pleased to present this 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT. One of only 6,848 units produced, this is the swan song of the 5 year run for GMs two seat mid engine sports car. With the improved 2.8L engine and 5 speed manual gearbox and Lotus inspired suspension this is the only model year that came close to realizing the vehicles true potential and the designers intent. This particular vehicle has the Flame red paint that is in very good condition with the exception of some normal wear and tear from the 84,000 its been on the road, very clean interior and great running and driving condition belies its age. All gauges are in working order as is the AM/FM Cassette stereo system and most importantly the AC blows cold air! We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please contact Savannah Classic Cars 912-235-2347.
Documented Restored Trans Am Super Duty 455 V8 3 Speed Automatic Factory A/C /// A factory-correct head turner thats been restored as needed, this top-notch Poncho is 1 of only 943 Super Duties produced for the 1974 model year. If youre a Firebird enthusiast whos searching for an exclusive F2 that you can literally purchase and take straight to the show, heres your chance to become king of the muscle car hill! A clean F-Body thats continuously turned heads for close to 45 years, this first class Firebird is a literal culmination of detailed maintenance and acute restoration. The cars bodywork is solid throughout, with smooth, flat panels that are complemented by better-than-factory alignment. Naturally, those panels wear a correct coat of Admiralty Blue 2-stage, which has been decorated with appropriately awesome Trans Am call-outs. And today, with unique visual sizzle thats as classy as it is aggressive, this top notch Super Duty is a highly desirable example of a major milestone in Pontiac history! The heart of any muscle car is its engine, and this Ponchos brawny Super Duty moniker is no misnomer. The largely hand-built SD-455, which features significantly reinforced components, shares little more than a displacement number with its more common brethren. Behind that mega mill, an original Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed spins power to a tough 10-bolt axle. Below that stellar drivetrain, a rebuilt Trans Am suspension, which includes correct power steering, thicker sway bars, better shocks and stiffer springs, combines with standard issue power front disc and rear drum brakes. And everything rolls on a quartet of attractive Rally IIs, which twist 225/70R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As. If youre looking for a premium Detroit muscle car that mixes original, numbers-matching performance with striking, factory-correct aesthetics, congratulations, its your lucky day! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for the chance to take home this incredible Super Duty!