The Pontiac GTO is one of the most popular muscle cars in
automotive history. In 1966, most models came equipped with the
standard 389 CID engine. The infamous Tri-Power upgrade was and is
the most sought-after power source.GMs advertising called the
Pontiac GTO Ultimate Tiger. It has been named and is known as The
Goat. Americans tend to shorten car names to a one-syllable word
easier to pronounce and remember. Some say the name came from the
reversal of the last 2 letters in GTO. The car is often referred to
as The Legend of Muscle Cars.This 1966 GTO has the original
Burgundy paint, code (N-N) and the paint is in excellent condition.
All chrome and trim are in new condition and present above
average.Interior is the Parchment bucket seat console interior
(Code 224). This option is original to the car and interior has
been restored.Engine is the original 389 CID with Tri-Power set up
and is paired with 4-speed manual transmission and Hurst shifter.
Engine is strong and runs very well. All gears shift with no
issues. Both engine and transmission have been rebuilt.Car has only
5200 miles since the restoration. Car has a full inspection report
and file from previous seller. It comes with the original 1966
Pontiac owner manual. You can view this car by appointment only at
is South Carolina location.
1966 Pontiac GTO
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
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