Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale would like to introduce for
sale, on consignment, this stellar 1965 Pontiac GTO. According to
the VIN this started out as a Le Mans 2 door hard top sport coupe.
Tribute cars are becoming more common and are a great way to get
into a classic car without breaking the bank. This car delivers in
the driving experience department, our entire staff gave it rave
reviews after the road test and in this industry, cars come along
and surprise you after the test drive. The exterior is finished in
turquoise with the interior finished in teal. The two speed
automatic transmission shifts smoothly and helps deliver the power
from the transplanted 389 cubic inch V8 from another Pontiac with
approximately 10,000 miles on the clock since the rebuild and
install. Creature comforts come by way of some great features like
AM/FM radio, power windows, power steering, power brakes, tilt
column and seat belts. The rally wheels give it that classic look
and help accentuate the beautiful lines of the car. Current owner
has had the car for the last 13 years. He bought it out of Oregon
and based on it's condition, it spent a lot of time in a cozy
garage. This is a great example of a classic car meant to be driven
as much as admired. Give the sales staff a call to discuss making
this one a part of your family!
1965 Pontiac GTO
Exterior Color:Reef Turquoise
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