1965 Pontiac GTO 389 ci Tri-power 360 hp 4 Speed. A true GTO, PHS Documentation. Finished in (E) Nightwatch Blue, (1) White top, (217-33) Blue interior. 1 of only 11,300 convertibles built in 65. Highly optioned; Power steering, Power Disk brakes, Power Top., Upgrades include; Digital Gauges, Wheels, 3/4 Cam, Electronic ignition, Power disk brakes, Tubular A arms, 308 Rear end, Retro Radio w/ Bluetooth.
GTO 1965 HARDTOP, that is a wonderful Driven Show presentation that is supported by the full PHS Documentation and all the supporting ‘numbers’ that are shown in the below LINKS in this full report, has a rebuilt and strong 389cid engine that was an original WT 4v and now with the correct 3x2 Rochester carburetors on a factory intake manifold, this setup is rated at 360hp, very strong compression, built to higher than factory specs, has the factory Muncie 4-speed transmission, 3.23:1 rear end, really top condition with just beautiful Montero Red paint that has just undergone a professional paint shop update, just terrific body lines, has a wonderful luster in paint, fantastic chrome and rare rear trunk stainless trim, proper parchment and black interior, full console with wood dash, wood steering wheel, rare working AM radio, power steering, power brakes just checked, correct Rally I wheels in the 14x7 size, center caps, trim rings, expensive new radial 225/70R14 Red line tires just installed, great original underchassis with very solid floors, full check of the operating systems, has an uprated 4 row radiator with fresh hoses and clamps for excellent cooling, with both power steering and fresh power brakes make this a GTO that can be driven and enjoyed, ready for Fall 2018, includes GTO manual and factory brochure, built by Fraser Dante for the demanding collector who wants an investment quality GTO that drives well for fun and enjoyment, the full documentation with all specifics and photos that area shown on our website in order for the new owner to be certain exactly what is done, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
GTO 1970 CONVERTIBLE, is restored to just perfection! Prepared for the demanding collector as this ORIGINAL ATLANTA GTO is so very well presented in a just gorgeous Cardinal Red color with amazing luster, now shown with the arrow straight sides that are really outstanding with the factory creases being just terrific, all body pieces are original and factory correct from examination and history supplied by the last two owners, the beautiful color is contrasted to white bucketed seated interior and the new white top, really fresh suspension with new springs and fresh alignment to insure very nice driving abilities, the detailed underchassis is very original, the frame is so very solid, solid and painted black, then the underchassis is painted black and just hand detailed with many professional hours to present in rust free condition, this looks just really just outstanding for a top Driven Show, the rebuilt original matching #s 400cid engine that is so documented, it runs just perfect, just terrific high compression with the new listing of the compression of 168 to 175 lbs is better than factory original, all very important numbers are listed later in this report, still has the correct rebuilt Rochester 4v carburetor, see the VIDEOS of the car running, this is set up with the full optional power equipment along with the working air conditioning that makes this a hard to find and very desirable piece, variable ratio power steering, power brakes with disc fronts that are new, note that here is this real GTO convertible that this writer has known for many years, it is hard to find such a nice car with the GTO documentation, Window Sticker, note that after this was just sitting for a while after the first restoration, then lots of new restoration work that is supplied with a very large portfolio, this extremely nice GTO convertible was sent to the Fraser Dante shop to get this very ‘fresh’, in the recent process, the original rust chassis is highly detailed as per factory original, the floors are so clean and painted black without undercoating, a very nice presentation that is the result of long time Atlanta ownership confirmed by this writer and the previous owner, then after adding to his collection, he then did some $40,000 that is spent in restoration even before Fraser Dante did our final work completed for Spring 2019, the below documents confirm what is here on the car today and how it was made, see the many LINKS that are listed, the beautiful interior is completely restored padded bucket seats with the headrests and proper side paneled interior, wood steering wheel and the factory ‘wood’ console, fresh fluids just installed, terrific fresh suspension with great springs, shocks and all new bushings, this has proper sway bars both front and rear, new bushings, just terrific running gear, also when Fraser Dante did this final suspension restoration work, then new correct front springs were added to get the right ‘attitude’ and then another new fresh alignment just completed, has the famous front Enduro soft bumper is restored to perfect condition, the matching new halogen headlights have the bright polished surround, the very important below following documents and build specifics, photos and LINKS are part of the investment value of this fine 1970 GTO Convertible, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
What do you get when you take the GTO and turn it up to 11? Maybe something like this 1967 Pontiac GTO hardtop. It packs a fuel-injected LS1 made of aluminum, a gorgeous interior, and the right hardware to make it very fast but totally streetable. If you like the idea of a GTO that takes no prisoners, this incredible restomod wont disappoint. The red paint is bright and beautifully applied, but at a glance, theres nothing to tip you off that this car is anything but a garden-variety Goat. Theres no mistaking the GTO DNA at work here, from the stacked headlights and mesh grilles to the beautiful Coke-bottle shape, and while its not a real GTO, the badges are just where they should be. The paint is indeed worthy of scrutiny, a beautiful finish thats deep and lustrous and is exactly the right color to grab everyones attention as you cruise into the show. There are plenty of OEM-grade details, ranging from the modest hood scoop to the mesh grille inserts and handsome taillights out back. All the factory chrome and stainless trim remains intact, so it has a very correct look and it would be easy to mistake for a purely stock GTO. The beautiful black bucket seat interior has plenty of factory hardware, but at the same time, it was obviously built for the street. All the soft parts are new and correct reproductions, so it looks right, and theres a proper wood-rimmed steering wheel, although its a bit thicker than original-issue. White-faced Auto Meter gauges replace the original dials and give a better view of the upgraded engine, but the secondary controls remain intact. But make no mistake, this is a street car, so it also has cold A/C, a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo system, power brakes and power steering, so its easy to drive for anyone. Youll note that the factory his-n-hers shifter has been subtly tweaked to work with the modern 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission now living underneath and the illusion is fairly convincing. The trunk is tidy with a rubber mat and stereo equipment, but none of it gets in the way so you can feel free to hit the road with this Poncho. The hardware is what truly makes this car special, and the LS1 V8 under the hood is extremely impressive. Pulled from a late-model GTO (seems appropriate), its an all-aluminum block so handling is sharp and with as much OEM hardware as possible, it drives like a stocker. Everything is OEM quality, from the cool GTO cam covers to the accessory drive to the big electric fans keeping it cool (a big aluminum radiator certainly helps). The transmission is a 4L60E 4-speed automatic linked to a 10-bolt rear end, as original. Custom LS1 headers feed a trick Flowmaster exhaust system with an X-pipe, giving this GTO a very unique voice. It runs and drives beautifully, with great road manners and surprisingly good fuel economy thanks to the efficient LS1 motor. Factory Rally 1 wheels add an industrial look and carry 215/70/15 front and 235/60/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials. This is modern performance packaged as a vintage car, and thanks to the wonders of fuel injection, youll be shocked by how well it works. Better still, its all wrapped in bright red bodywork that will make everyone stop and stare. Call today!
This very cool 1968 GTO convertible received a comprehensive restoration, and it combines an unusual color combination with a 400 inch V8, proving its still the big cat in the jungle. With a new interior, a 4-speed, and receipts, this is the one to own if you like your muscle a little unusual. The all-new 68 GTO proved once again that Pontiac knew what younger buyers wanted in a performance car. More than just raw power, the new GTO was stylish, comfortable, and ideally suited to the late60s muscle car scene. This awesome ragtop is a car thats always been loved, so its been properly maintained and treated to a quality restoration just a few years ago. The look today proves that the cars owners have been very picky about maintenance, making this a very high-quality piece. Were pretty sure there werent any Springmist Green (dont worry, its pretty close to silver with just a hint of green in it) GTOs that looked this good in Pontiac showrooms in 1968, with an awesome shine, super straight sheetmetal, and panel gaps that fit superbly. The Endura bumper was game-changing, and it is in excellent condition with no cracks or damage to the paint from flexing, suggesting that proper flex additives were used during the paint process. The hidden headlamps were so popular that most people dont even realize they were optional, and theres just nothing cooler than those twin scoops on the hood signifying horsepower underneath. Chrome is a combination of original and restored pieces, giving the car a wonderful all-of-a-piece look. With Springmist Green, code 223 black vinyl is a very attractive choice. Thats a 100% new interior, including the seats and door panels which are from PUI. Crisp details on the seats make them look OEM and there is no wear in any of the critical areas. Pontiacs dashboard layout was the best in the industry, with three pods ahead of the driver for the basics and an owner-added pair of under-dash gauges. The center console offers a Hurst shifter for the 4-speed manual gearbox and theres a Jensen AM/FM/cassette radio in the center thats probably overdue for an upgrade. Overhead, theres a code 2 black convertible top, replaced when the car was painted and still in fantastic shape. It also includes a matching black vinyl boot and a very correct-looking trunk with full-sized spare and reproduction mat. Power comes from what we believe is the original, numbers-matching 400 cubic inch V8. It shows a few very minor signs of usage, of course, but nothing that a weekend of elbow grease wouldnt fix and it runs superbly. Chrome valve covers were standard on the GTO and thats Pontiac Turquoise engine enamel on the block, so it looks exactly right. No modifications, no questionable upgrades, just an extremely well-finished Poncho that remains an impressive performer thanks to factory equipment. Power steering and brakes make it easy to drive, and a recent dual exhaust system adds a bit of attitude, GTO-style. The chassis is extremely clean with no damage or replaced panels, the front suspension and brakes have been fully rebuilt, and theres a new gas tank, pump, and lines to keep it healthy. Correct 14-inch Rallye II wheels with trim rings are the right choice, and they carry reproduction F70-14 redline tires to complete the OEM look. This car also includes the original owners manual and restoration receipts to back up its great presentation. GTOs work best on the road, and this one is ready to rock. Call us today for all the details on this amazing machine!
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The original is still a staple of the muscle car hobby, and this 1965 Pontiac GTO hardtop offers everything that made these cars so popular, then and now. The right color, the 389 Tri-Power V8, and a beautiful interior all make this the car that you always wished youd bought back in the day but never quite managed to get. This is the way GTOs are supposed to look. Not over-restored, not modified with flashy wheels, and the result is a car that gets appreciative looks from everyone who sees it, car enthusiast or not. The 65 GTOs introduced the stacked headlights, which were arguably the most successful styling element of the 60s, and while its flashy, this is a car that commands respect on the street. Its an older repaint thats holding up pretty well and with even gaps all around and a soft shine to the code R Montego Red paint, it still has the right look. Clean and almost devoid of trim, this GTO definitely delivers on the gentlemans hot rod thing that Pontiac was aiming for, and the older restoration does it justice by keeping it as the designers intended. Nice chrome, including the bumpers and rocker panel trim, accentuates the red paint rather nicely, while proper GTO badges on all sides plus the fender emblems, remind onlookers that this is no garden-variety Tempest. A code 218-3E Parchment and Black vinyl interior is beautifully restored and accurately presented, proving once again that Pontiac interiors were the best of the best in the mid-60s. Diagonally-oriented pleats, Pontiac chevrons, and subtly peaked cushions are instantly identifiable, and the fit of the seat covers and carpets is undoubtedly better than new. Sliding behind the wheel, youre relived to find that this GTO carries only the critical parts: a woodgrained steering wheel befitting its image, bright, clear gauges, and precious little else to get in the way of performance. The gauges have fresh lenses and include a factory tach and the original AM radio still lives in the dash, although its currently inoperable. The console is probably original, but its so nice that you arent sure whether to restore it or keep it as-is, and the black carpets are a fantastic contrast to the parchment seats and door panels. Open the trunk and youll find that its correctly trimmed and comes with a full-sized spare tire assembly. Pontiacs famous 389 cubic inch V8 really doesnt need a lot of description, and during the restoration this one was upgraded from a base 4-barrel carb to the mighty Tri-Power configuration, making it entertaining on the street. Its correctly detailed with corporate turquoise engine paint, tidy little air cleaners on the carburetors, and chrome valve covers simply because Pontiac brass new that car guys were going to spend a lot of time admiring this engine. It runs extremely well and the wicked cackle from the Flowmaster dual exhaust system suggests that there might be an upgraded camshaft living inside. The TH400 3-speed automatic transmission is linked to a set of 3.23 gears so its a great cruiser, and the front brakes have been upgraded to power discs. Those handsome Rally II wheels are a great choice on a vintage Goat and theyre fitted with 205/70/14 blackwall radials for a low-key look. Nicely documented with PHS paperwork, this wonderful GTO nails the factory look and delivers performance thats still impressive today. Call now!
You are looking at a 1964 Pontiac GTO 2 door hardtop project car, fairly solid body that will make a great car! I feel that my price of $4,000 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a GTO project like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
imagine the possibilities! You can own all 3 for only $11,000.00 which I feel is very fair for a classic project like this one with the potential that these vehicles have. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
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.
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!!!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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!
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.
Award Winning Restored GTO Hardtop 400 V8 Automatic Air Conditioning PS PB /// As fast as it is beautiful, this awesome GTO is the beneficiary of a detailed, ground-up restoration that was conducted over the course of 10 years. According to previous owners, all sheetmetal is original, suggesting the car has lived an easy life in mostly warm and dry climates. And naturally, that canvas has been bathed in correct Signet Gold 2-stage that nails the sporty yet upscale image that defines Pontiacs best offerings. Under the hood, 400 cubic inches of correct Pontiac power hides a familiar 9786133 casting number between a correct YS assembly stamp and a February (B) 9th (09), 1967 (7) casting date. That stout powerplant spins torque through a tough Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed, which twists a proven 10-bolt axle thats finished with friendly, 3.23 gears. Factory power steering plays well with power front disc and rear drum brakes. And muscle meets the pavement through fully dressed Rally Is, which spin 205/75R14 BF Goodrich Silvertown Radial redlines around stainless trim rings and factory center caps. Open this Ponchos doors and youd expect to find a simple Black interior that serves as a nice contrast to the cars rich paint. But this classic is built to exceed expectations, and its gold cockpit looks positively awesome! Front and center, requisite bench and bucket seats wear tight vinyl hides. A wood-trimmed dash anchors rebuilt telemetry above factory air conditioning and factory audio. A snazzy console frames locking storage behind a cool Hurst His n Her Shifter. And the driver tames the road through a satin-spoke steering wheel thats finished with a green Pontiac inlay. With a professional restoration and a correct drivetrain, nothing will interfere with this coupe being both a weapon on the street and a winner on the show field. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information on this national award-winning GTO!
Frame Off Restored GTO Restomod 480hp LS3 V8 Automatic 12 Bolt Posi PS PB /// Combining 6.2 liters of LS power with a smooth, 4-speed drivetrain and striking red and black aesthetics, this gruff ground-pounder draws big crowds and big compliments! Fully sorted and ready to roll, this authentic 242 GTO dresses all-original sheetmetal in exuberant 2-stage that, while reminding of Pontiacs glorious Carousel Red pigment, no doubt sinks a bit deeper. Hoist the hood and youll find 6.2 liters of small block fury that, along with much of the cars sorted mechanicals, was professionally installed by Classic Conversions by Speed Inc. Officially known as the GM Gen IV LS3, that all-aluminum V8 creates a respectable 480 horsepower which passes through a 4L60E automatic gearbox assembled by Finish Line Transmissions. That trans spins a heavy duty aluminum driveshaft, which twists a posi-traction differential around a tough 12-bolt axle thats finished with Strange 3.73 gears. Stopping is a cinch thanks to two Wilwood calipers and a duo of factory drums. Factory-style power steering complements a fully rebuilt suspension thats finished with a beefy Hotchkis sway bar. And at the corners, Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs, sized 255/45ZR17 and 285/40ZR17 respectively, lap gorgeous Year One Rally IIs. Open the cars solid doors and youll find a conservative Black interior thats stylish and very livable. Theres a quartet of original seats thats wrapped in restoration-fresh vinyl. In front of those seats, a monochromatic dash founds original telemetry next to a hidden Sony CD player that kicks crisp Hertz speakers. At the bottom of that dash, a fresh console traces a factory shifter. And the driver traces the road through an aftermarket Formula Steering Wheel. Life is just too short to drive something boring. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com to schedule a little seat time in this sweet GTO!
We know youve checked around and realized that it takes a nice investment to get a true 1972 Pontiac GTO. But for those who want to show off great looks without big sticker apprehension, this GTO Judge tribute made all the right investments without charging for extra pedigree. Its not a hard formula to turn a LeMans into a GTO, but it does require attention to detail and a healthy budget. It starts with the Tangerine Orange that has plenty of lust thanks to a modern clearcoat application. Its part of an upgraded package that paints the front bumper and adds the aggressive dual intake hood. This color is kin to one of the most recognizable GTO hues, especially for the hottest version going, The Judge. And the rear decal, large spoiler, and profile sunrise strip package just seals the deal for this one itll truly be up to you to tell people this is a tribute car. In fact, just about the only thing that doesnt look straight from 1972 is the set of large 17-inch American Racing wheels. But these star-shaped alloys only add flair to an already impressive package. A proper GTO tribute also has to get the interior right, too. That means upgraded features like bucket seats, a center console, and the iconic machine-tuned panel on the lower dash. The seats have a plush pattern thats an instant reminder that you paid a little more for a Pontiac back in the day. Plus, the matching door panels and headliner are clean and complete in the standout white. But thanks to black carpeting, you dont have to worry about dusting off your shoes before hopping in and going for a drive after all, thats the whole point of a cool muscle car like this. While this is considered an intermediate size car by the standards back then, it certainly has plenty of room to take up to four family and friends with you today. And a 1972 car like this is the perfect example to do that it was the final year for the pillarless hardtop styling we all love from the muscle car era. It wouldnt be a GTO without a powerful American V8. This has a 350 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. It looks great filling out the tidy engine bay with its standout turquoise block and valve covers radiating from within this performance heart. But beyond just the looks, this one is a strong performer with a four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. And everyone will know theres no replacement for displacement from the moment they hear the deep rumble of the dual exhaust as she fires right up. Plus, the power steering, three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes makes the coupe good for cruising, and thats exactly what you want. After all, a tribute car Is meant for driving, and this gives an extra feeling of confidence from behind the wheel. We love the fact that this is a sharp, clean, classic muscle car that will command attention wherever it goes. This GTO Judge tribute is a car you can be proud to drive, and easy to enjoy on the road. Dont miss out on a great package, call today!