This rare 1971 Pontiac GTO has been restored to better than new
condition. Less than 10k GTO hardtops were produced in '71, with
only 888 having a 455 HO engine. Of those, a mere 412 had the Turbo
Hydra-matic transmission and this is one of those cars. This "YE"
coded engine had 335 hp from the factory. The car has been
beautifully refinished in its original "69" trim, Quesal Gold with
a Black Cordova top and black bucket seats. Factory options include
power steering (variable ratio), front disc power brakes,
Safe-T-Track differential, push button radio, front seat console,
honeycomb wheels, soft ray glass, rally gauge cluster with
tachometer and original factory optioned 8 track player.
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