Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is excited to show off this extremely rare 1971 Pontiac GTO. This particular GTO is one of only 43 to be produced with this engine, transmission, and convertable body style according to Pontiac Historical Society records (documents are available). Under the hood is the original 455 4bbl V8 still hooked up to the original TH400 transmission. Repainted in the original and uncommon Castillian Bronze, and paired with the gorgeous Ivory interior. To bring it all together you have the new and beautiful Sandlewood convertible top. The new convertible top and paint were done in the original color combination to retain and preserve its originality. The complete history of the car was referred to during its restoration including several original copies of the purchases over the years, service records, and any documentation available from the Pontiac Historical Society.The huge 7.46 liter V8 still runs great and is sure to put a giant smile on your face when you hear the beast roar to life. What makes it better is the rear gears are a comfortable 3.07:1, making highway cruising a breeze. With just 71,000 original miles, this healthy GTO is ready to take you anywhere you want to go. Options on this '71 GTO include: AM/FM/Cassette, Automatic Convertible Top, Spare Tires, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Jack, Power Windows, Vinyl Interior, Radial Tires with Raised White Letters, and Rally II Wheels. For more information on this '71 Pontiac GTO, contact our Chicago showroom at (708) 444-4488 or Chicago@GatewayClassicCars.com. To see more HD photos and an HD video of this vehicle running and driving, please visit www.GatewayClassicars.com.
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