1966 Pontiac GTO located in Erie, PA. One of only 77,901 ever made. (389-4bbl) This is a real beauty and wonderful to drive! Original Cameo Ivory exterior, per previous owner, paint respray is over 20 years old and still looks great. Automatic transmission (Powerglide), California emissions car. Original 335 hp, EX coded 389 motor with Carter AFB Carb were rebuilt in 2016 and works and runs great. The radiator, original Harrison re-cored 2016, cost over $425.00. Could have chosen cheaper with an aluminum aftermarket but decision to have the original re-cored so it would look right was the correct choice. Factory air (needs work but not have attended to as of yet), steering on the car, even with the bias ply tires, is tight. I was informed when I bought the car that the front end was reasonably new and had less than 3500 miles on it. I have visually inspected the control arms, ball joints or tie rods but I have no reason to suspect they need replaced. I have driven it on back roads, state routes and the intestate, at speeds, with absolutely no issues. The new badges dress it up a lot, new bumpers look great. New, polished stainless wheel well trim looks great with them Rally one’s. New blue interior, new foam in the seats make for a comfortable cruise. The new headliner carpet, and vinyl dash pad dress up the interior. Correct floor mats, front and rear, purchased from Ames. The dash has an aftermarket tach in it. Not stock but doesn’t look bad and is functional. AM radio works, nothing to get excited about. Ha! I use blue tooth for music from my iPhone. It has its original trunk and floors. As you will see, everything is done with quality components, with the exception of the tach. I just have not gotten changing it and the in place factory AC system. A recent household move in the beginning of the year, I decided to take my original listing down, basically, have not the time to dedicate to it. My intentions with this GTO beauty was to tinker with it in retirement, but after a knee replacement, and back surgery later; I realized my body would not be up to the task required so reluctantly will be passing this beautiful gem of a GTO on to someone that has the time.
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My asking price $42,995. If you are seriously interested, please contact me with my email address: Keith at [email protected]