Collectible Motorcar of Atlanta has done it again with another
gorgeous GTO. This 1971 Pontiac GTO is offered in a soothing Canyon
Copper paint job (original color) over a smooth white interior.
This is far from your run-of-the-mill GTO, featuring a 455 cubic
inch High Output V8 motor under the hood.. That's right, this big
block powered GTO is ready to get up and go, and it gets out of its
own way quickly. Backed by a three-speed automatic transmission,
this 2-door hardtop shifts with ease. This GTO not only boasts
great power, but also quality history. The current owner has had
possession of the vehicle since 2006 - a solid 16 years.
This GTO is stated by the owner to be a rust-free California car,
originally sold in Utah. The paint is noted to be "Canyon Copper",
which is a rare factory color. The interior has new reproduction
white seat covers and door panels, and it looks like it fits
perfectly with this car. The owner also states that the engine,
suspension, rear end, brakes, and all mechanical systems were
rebuilt in California recently. He also states that the turbo 400
transmission was freshly rebuilt along with the power steering box.
This car is noted as an excellent appearing driver condition car
needing a few detail items to increase it's value by the current
owner. Mechanically, this GTO is sorted and runs and handles like a
true muscle car. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of Pontiac
history and give us a call today to put this car in your garage or
schedule a time to take a look yourself!
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday - 9-5pm
Saturday - 9-3pm (Appointment Only After 3pm)
Sunday - Closed
1971 Pontiac GTO
Exterior Color:COPPER CANYON
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