"The basic body shell of the 1965 GTO carried over from the '64, but the front end was redesigned and featured stacked dual headlamps, a recessed grille without horizontal bars, chrome ribbed tail lamps and a new single, but still nonfunctional, hood scoop. Inside, the '65 GTO shared its interior with the upscale "Le Mans" version of the Tempest and could be had with a new set of "Rally Gauges" that included a 120-mph speedometer, 8,000-rpm tach and water temp and oil pressure gauges. The best news for '65, though, was more power. A new chrome air cleaner on four-barrel cars bumped the 389's output up to 335 hp, while a new camshaft and a modified intake and heads bounced the Tri-Power cars up to 360 hp."
There are over 120 pictures of this car in the ad below, including detailed exterior, interior, engine, trunk and undercarriage. Scroll down after the description and let them load on your computer, it will take some time because of the size.
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For sale by owner is this PHS documented 1965 GTO convertible. Professionally body off restored and completed in 2012 this GTO is awesome!� Please let all the pictures load (there are over 130) to see the high quality restoration of this classic Pontiac muscle car. With laser straight body panels and mirror finish Corvette yellow paint, this GTO looks terrific. The engine is the correct 389 with an Edelbrock 4bbl carburetor, the transmission is a Tremec 5-speed manual with a hydraulic clutch and the rear has 3.90 gear ratio with positraction. It also has power steering, 4 wheel power disc brakes and a power top. The Power disc brakes, Tremec 5-speed, aluminum radiator, Edelbrock carburetor and modern tires were added for safety and performance. This car was built to show but also to be driven and it drives great.� For all the car guys out there, what follows are the important details;
Vin # 237675P347961
STYLE 65-23767��������� PON 13454 BODY
TRIM 213 B����������������������������� Y2 PAINT
389 V-8 Engine
Engine Code YS
Aluminum Radiator with Electric Fans
1 Wire Alternator
Tremec 5-Speed Manual Transmission
10 Bolt Rear
4 Wheel Power Disc Brakes
17" Cragar Chrome Wheels
215/50R-17 Falken Tires Front
235/50ZR-17 Falken Tire Rear
This is a multiple car show winner and is now ready for a new owner.
Included in the sale will be photo documentation of the restoration along with a 3" thick binder full of paperwork and receipts.
Please remember that this car is 51 years old and not perfect.
THIS CAR IS FOR SALE BY OWNER AND LOCATED IN ROMEOVILLE, ILLINOIS 60446
Disclaimer;� This vehicle is for sale by a private party and the above information was provided by the owner.� We can make no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information.� All vehicles are sold "AS-IS" and "WHERE IS" with no express, written, or implied warranty, representation, or guarantee (including, but not limited to; warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular purpose). We shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness or
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