We just acquired this very nice and very real "242" 1966 Pontiac
GTO from a local collector who decided it is time to start
downsizing his life and the toys are always the first to go.
This is an older restoration that still looks really good. The body
is very nice and straight and very solid including the floors,
trunk & frame. The base/clear paint has been cut, buffed & polished
to a show car shine. The original paint code is "V" Mission Beige
but I think this color is about a shade or two darker more like
code "T" Martinique Bronze Poly but either way it is a classic
1960's color that is a great classic look with it's correct Black
vinyl top. It was a rich look back in the day and still is in my
book. Anyway, the chrome trim, weather stripping and glass are all
in very nice condition and the black bucket seat with factory
console and shifter are in like new condition too. Power comes from
a strong running 1969 400 c.i.d.- 350 h.p. "YS" engine that is
equipped with a correct 1966 Tri-Power (3x2) bbl. carbs with
correct air cleaners, fuel lines & linkage. Nothing like the roar
of tri-powered GOAT !! The transmission has been upgraded to a
crisp shifting TH-350 automatic transmission and it has an original
10 bolt safe-t-track rear with 3:36 gears. Other features include
power steering, power brakes, in-dash tach and gauges, original
rally I wheels with red line tires and headers with Flowmaster dual
exhaust. This is a very nice, very well sorted original 1966 GTO
that runs, rides and drives as nice as it looks. NO DISAPPOINTMENTS
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