Up for sale is this beautiful 1965 Pontiac GTO Hardtop Coupe. It is 1 out of 20,547 produced with a correct 389 cu. in. tri-power WS Code V8 (360 hp) engine with 3x2 barrel carburetors, a 4-speed M20 wide ratio transmission, and 3.90: 1 rear end ratio with safe T-Track limited slip differential. Full PHS documents. This GTO is in excellent condition and shows that it was a complete frame-off restoration (with receipts). The pictures speak for themselves.
This is a well optioned GTO aligned with the sought after 4-speed Manual M20 wide ratio transmission. Its exterior color is a hard to find, rare burgundy (N-N). Its interior features black bucket seats (213-30) with seatbelts, a center console, wood trim and padded dash.
This GTO features a push button AM radio, 2 speed windshield wipers with washer, rally gauge package with tachometer, and a Hurst shifter. It also sports competition-type steel wheels with brake cooling slots and Firestone red-line radial tires.
Notice to buyers, this vehicle is being advertised locally. We reserve the right to end the sale. Please note that all sales are binding and final. Car is sold as is, where is. No warranties. Please carefully read the terms and conditions of the sale before buying. Transportation is the buyers responsibility. A $1,000.00 deposit is required. All wired funds must clear the bank prior to pick-up of vehicle.
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to email me directly at [email protected]
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