Few first generation cars in automotive history have garnered as
much popularity as the Pontiac GTO. From a low-key start as an
option for the Tempest sedan in 1964 to the iconic 1967 GTO, this
first generation Pontiac muscle car was a history maker. Before we
begin with the details on this '67 GTO, we must first establish
that it is a 1-OWNER, North Carolina GTO and a stunning example of
an original "Goat". (Our owner has provided documentation including
the Shipping Record and Factory Invoice along with a 1967 NC
license tag.) The GTO received an excellent partial restoration in
2016 including a beautiful 2-stage respray of the original British
Racing Green finish. This was a 'Special Order' color from the
factory as noted on the shipping record. A new black vinyl top and
all of the chrome are outstanding. Pontiac 5-spoke 14" Rally Wheels
mount period correct BFGoodrich Silvertown redline radials. The
black vinyl bucket seat interior is totally original (except
carpet) and is in excellent condition. Our classic GTO is equipped
with aftermarket air conditioning, tinted windows, factory gauges,
additional gauge package and an AM radio with power antenna. In
1967, Pontiac increased the GTO engine displacement from 389 CI to
400 CI. The standard engine produced 335HP and 431lb/ft of torque.
The owner states that this is the matching numbers base engine that
received a complete rebuild in 2012 to stock specs. Upgrades
include a new alternator, water pump and aluminum radiator. It is
backed by a GM 3-speed TurboHydramatic transmission w/console shift
and Pontiac's Saf-T-Track positraction differential with factory
gearing. Power-assisted front discs and rear drums w/new
booster/dual master cylinder provide braking. A new exhaust system
has also been installed. This outstanding, one-owner '67 Pontiac
GTO is very impressive and will soon make a new Poncho owner very
proud. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1967 Pontiac GTO
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:British Racing Green
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