They started with a rust free Georgia Lemans and converted it into
a GTO using authentic components. According to the engine code it
is a 389 tri-power engine. Most real GTOs don't have rally gauges,
rally l wheels or exhaust splitters.
EXTERIOR: Solid Georgia body. It is straight with no rust. It fits
square too. There is a crack on passenger quarter panel. The paint
looks bright and shiny from 5 feet away. If you look closer, it has
many flaws. Rechromed front bumper, original grills are in good
shape. The tail panel and rear bumper is very good original.
Factory power antenna in back. Power black convertible top is good.
The Rally l wheels with reproduction redline tires really dress the
INTERIOR: It has some nice features including a console around the
4-speed, a deluxe wheel and rally gauges. It also has a padded dash
in excellent shape. Door panels and upholstery looks great.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Code YR it is an actual 389-360 hp tri-power
motor! Stock carbs, manifolds, valve covers etc. It also features
power steering. Everything looks proper. Battery is bolted down
properly and has a disconnect switch. The metal surfaces are
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Impressive rock-solid original trunk floor. It's
spatter painted. Under the trunk lid and jamb are glossy red. It
has a jack and spare. Original mat and a tire cover.
UNDERSIDE: The floors are rock solid. Original metal: the braces,
rockers, lower quarters are all clean. The dual exhaust as the
chrome GTO splitter tips. Overall, everything looks to be in proper
order. It was maintained as needed. Drum brakes all around, e-brake
is hooked up. Brake hoses have been replaced. Looking up at the
motor it's clean. It has a Muncie 4-speed transmission.
A number matching restored car that looks just like this just sold
for 3 times more than we are asking! I would drive it the way it
is, it has great curb appeal. There is no way to tell it's not a
GTO by looking at it or driving it. Top down, shifting gears,
opening up the 3 carbs sounds like fun!
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for
virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant
amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my
professional impression of the vehicle. Our salesmen are happy to
assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are
answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video
that explains the car's condition in detail. **These cars are
displayed in a museum. If interested in a particular car, make an
appointment with a salesman to see that car. Without an appointment
there is an admission fee to enter the showroom. If you buy a car,
your admission will be refunded, and you will be given a 1 year
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