1966 Pontiac GTO
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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Classic Car Overview
Finished in Martinique Bronze over a Fawn interior, this 1966 GTO is a factory Tri Power/4-Speed car that has undergone a complete frame off restoration back to original condition. The car comes with PHS documentation, including a reproduction window sticker.
Originally sold at Steiner Pontiac in Pasadena California, the GTO was originally built in Fremont and had a sticker price of $3,678.00 which included $686.45 in additional options.
The WS code motor was built by Ron Rocchi at Pontiac Performance Engineering in 2017. While the engine was in Illinois for the rebuild, the 4-speed transmission was also rebuilt by Lloyds Transmission in Tuscon. The WS engine pairs correctly with the 4-speed wide ratio transmission and 3.55 Safe-T-Trac gearing as seen on this Goat.
4 Speed manual
3/2 BBL 389 V8 engine
Cluster & Tachometer - Rally Gauge
Glass-Soft Ray - Windshield Only
Air Injection Exhaust Control
Positive Crankcase Ventilation
Springs - Ride & Handling
Brake Drums - HD Alum - FRT
Engine code: WS (3x2 bbl. manual)
Engine casting: 9778789
Transmission: W (4 Speed Manual Wide Ratio)
Rear end code: YG
Martinique Bronze: T
For the GTO enthusiast looking for a high-quality restoration, the ‘66 Goat is very nice indeed.
Classic Car ID100969887
CategoryMuscle & Pony Cars
Transmission4 Speed Manual
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