1965 Pontiac GTO
This '65 Pontiac GTO is probably the closest you can get to "100% stock". This GTO is restored to all original specs, except for one thing: the original automatic transmission was replaced with a 4-speed Muncie (a necessary replacement if you ask us). Under the hood is a numbers matching 389ci V8 engine paired to a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. New parts such as a master cylinder and temperature-sending unit have been replaced, but the rest of the car remains as it would in 1964! The undercarriage is unbelievably clean for a 52-year-old car; the gas tank is original, frame is solid, and a factory undercoating still remains! The factory black interior features bucket seats, a center console, floor shifter, clean dashboard & dash pad, and crystal clear gauge lenses!
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This car comes with PHS documentation and the original title to prove its heritage.
- Numbers Matching 389ci V8 w/ Tri-Power (all original!)
- Muncie 4-Speed Manual Transmission
- Pontiac Style 10-Bolt Rear End
- Original Gas Tank!
- Power Steering
- Power Brakes
- E-Brake Is Hooked Up
Numbers Matching 389ci/360HP V8 Engine w/ Tri-Power! (#: 9778789)
- Casting Date: K44
3 Rochester 2-Barrel Carbs
Muncie 4-Speed Manual Transmission (#: 3885010)
Front Independent Suspension
- Sway Bar
- Nice & Tight Steering Components
- Bushings Are In Great Shape
Rear 4-Link Suspension
Pontiac Style 10-Bolt Rear End
- Ratio: 3.50:1
- Open Diff
- Front POWER Drum
- Rear POWER Drum
- New Master Cylinder
- Newer Dual Exhaust w/ Factory Replacement Mufflers
- Stock Heads (#: YR 082044)
- POWER STEERING
- Original Gas Tank Looks Great
- New Temperature Sending Unit
- Chrome Valve Covers
- Under Hood Light Works!
- Inner Fenders Are Solid
- Firewall Is Clean & Painted
- Factory Hood Insulation
Red Paint Finish
Grille Is In Great Shape
Chrome Bumpers Look Great
Headlights & Bezels Are In Great Condition
Hood Fits Nicely w/ Fenders
Doors Fit Nicely w/ Fenders
Door Lips & Jambs Look Great
Stainless Steel & Chrome Trim Work Is In Great Condition
Deck Lid Fits Nicely w/ Fenders
Tail Light Trim Strip Is In Great Shape
Inside Trunk Is Clean
- Floor Mat
- Full Spare
- Light Works!
- Inner Wheel Houses Look Great
- Bottom Side of Deck Lid Looks Great
Undercarriage Is Unbelievably Clean
- Drop Downs Are In Great Shape
- Trunk Floors Look Great
- Frame Is Straight & Clean
- Original Floor Boards Are Beautiful
Wheels: Stock 14"
Tires: 7.75R14 - Bias Ply Redline Tires
Factory Appearing Black Interior Looks Great
Bucket Seats w/ Seat Belts
AM Radio Making Noise
Dashboard Is In Great Shape
Wood Grain Is In Great Condition
Gauges Lenses are Clean & Clear
Door Panels Look Great
Carpeting Is Clean
Headliner Is Clean & Tight
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