This GTO is powered by a YS Code 389/335 engine with and upgraded Tri-Power configurations mated with and automatic powerglide and a WC Code rear axle with 2.78 gear ration. The recent frame -off restoration presents a stunning representation of an American Classic. The vehicle retains many period-correct standard equipment, to include: Cicrle Aire heater and defroster, seat belts and LH outside rear view mirror to name a few. Additional special GTO equipment includes: bright metal wheel opening moldings, full length bright metal rocker panel moldings, bright metal window molding, full length body paint stripe, full nylon blend carpeting, heavy duty stabilizer and dual exhaust. Vehicle also come with four additional period-correct Rally !wheels and red line tires. This GTO runs great, all three carburetors are synchronized and the air conditioning is fully operational. Pervious owner won best of show in car show in New Mexico and present owner won best of show in first car show entered in Texas. This car is nice.
This is the ninth vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
This 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge convertible was originally built at the Baltimore Plant and shipped April 22, 1969, to Bowan McLean Motorcar Company in Vancouver, British Columbia.
About 700 collector cars are expected at the Kansas City Convention Center for Mecum Auctions’ final sale of the year December 1-3.
The GTO nameplate began life on a Ferrari.
With the start of August a few days away, I cringe at the thought of endless Arizona summer days with temperatures hot enough to bake cookies inside your car.
‘You will definitely stand out in the sea of Camaros and Mustangs with this GTO,” the seller of the Pick of the Day promises.
In 1963, Pontiac Motor Division general manager Pete Estes and chief engineer John DeLorean sat down with the division’s sales manager, to discuss their new 1964 GTO muscle car.
In 1963, Pontiac Motor Division general manager and chief engineer sat down with the division’s sales manager to discuss their new 1964 GTO muscle car.
For the last few years, I’ve been spending evenings with my 11-year-old son, Rhodes, looking for interesting cars online that we could “Fly and buy”.