Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present this gorgeous
1967 Pontiac GTO. This GTO is a prime example of when Detroit
muscle cars ruled the streets. With a full resto, including a
powder coated frame, this thing is in great condition inside and
out, and this GTO is ready for anything you want to do with it.
This street machine powers down the road with the 455 CID V8 engine
that has been bored and stroked out to a 468, having plenty of
power to get this full size cruiser up and moving. All those horses
under the hood are mated to the 5-speed Tremac TKO transmission
with a hurst shifter. Behind all that power is a PowerTrax rear
with Strange axels that is a 3.73 gear with posi-traction. Finished
in a beautiful powder blue, with a 'parchment' colored vinyl
interior.Features include: A/C, AM/FM radio with a CD player(looks
like factory radio, to keep that clean stock look), power steering,
custom built 17'' American Racing aluminum 2-piece Torq Thrust
II's, and 4 Baer disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors behind
those. This GTO is also equipped with an dual electric cutout for
the exhaust, for whether you want to be subtle and quiet or hit the
switch for some open pipe loudness!Front to back, top to bottom,
everything on this GTO has been gone through (folder of receipts
and work included) and is ready for the road!
1967 Pontiac GTO
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