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It's hard to imagine that the Pontiac GTO might never have made it into production. Had it not been for a small group of managers at Pontiac who were also car enthusiasts and visionaries, the GTO might not have been.
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A 1965 Pontiac GTO hardtop with slick black paint, four-on-the-floor, and Tri-Power on the V8 is the kind of thing that muscle car dreams are made of. But what makes this legend the one you need in your life is because this is a one-owner GTO. So now the coupe youve always wanted even has a terrific story to tell! One of the reasons were all on the lookout for a one-owner machine is because these that means a half-century of proper care. And it goes well-beyond preservation on a valued classic like this. For example, the black paint was an upgrade within the last decade. The deep and dark finish went on with a professional hand, and so it has a terrific luster in the sunshine. And the high-gloss look also highlights the crisp body panels. The same goes for the sporty red full-length pinstripe. And we know this is one of the best years for Pontiacs. The vertical stack headlights upgraded the Wide Track look, and the wide chrome bumpers of this example shine like mirrors. Plus, this has the right performance look with the hood scoop, correct GTO badges, and plenty of shine off the upgraded Cragar SS wheels. The pillarless hardtop means you can roll down all the windows to show off the profile. It also means everyone gets a good peek at the interior, so you want it to look this good. The factory-correct black delivers a full midnight package inside and out. This has terrific details, like the Pontiac arrowhead logo embossed in the seats, wood-like trim on the dash, and even the AM radio is still cranking out tunes. Youll love sharing this one with family and friends, but in a car like this, the driver is always the most important. Thats why you have a bucket seat, wood-rimmed steering wheel, full gauges w/tach, auxiliary readouts, and a Hurst shifter. The dark engine bay funnels all your attention to the bright turquoise powerhouse in the middle. And all this attention surrounding the V8 is worth it. The three air toppers are the unmistakable look of the famous tri-power setup of the trio of Rochester two-barrel carburetors. Not only does it look terrific, but also its believed to be original to this long-term classic. Plus, you have a proper four-speed manual transmission. We know how much youre going to enjoy the extra crackle from the V8. The dual exhaust howls with delight when you decide to drive this stick-shift muscle car legend to its fullest. More than just powerful, its made to be an all-around cruiser with power steering, power brakes, and deep treads on the BF Goodrich T/As. This is an exceptional muscle car, and so it comes with terrific documentation, like PHS (Pontiac Historic Services) docs, owners manual, reproduction window sticker, build receipts, and maintenance records. This is the one-owner midnight-style GTO hardtop you know you want in your garage. So dont miss your opportunity, call today!
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