1967 Pontiac GTO 400 CI engine


Description


400 CI engine
Automatic transmission
Power steering
Power brakes
Signet Gold with Black vinyl top
Gold bucket seat interior
Center console
His & Hers shifter
Tinted glass
8-track player
Redline tires
Slotted wheels
When it was ordered for a car with an automatic transmission, it came equipped with the Hurst “His and Hers” Dual Gate shifter. This best-of-both-worlds design offered fully automatic transmission operation with the lever in the left-side gate, or manual control of the transmission’s three forward gears when the lever was moved to the right. The 3-speed automatic was new for 1967 too, as Pontiac replaced the 2-speed Powerglide with the beefy Turbo Hydra-Matic TH400, as it was better equipped to handle the increased torque from the 1967 GTO’s new engine. The venerable 389 was replaced with a 400 CI block with a larger bore but the same stroke length as the 389. In standard tune and fitted with a 4-barrel carburetor (as in this car), the 400 carried the 389’s 335 HP rating, but peak torque was up to 441 lb-ft. Power brakes and power steering round out this GTO’s driveline options, and it rides on redline tires mounted to Pontiac’s Rally 1 slotted wheels.
From the outside are several design cues that set the 1967 GTO apart from its 1966 sibling. Most noticeable are the chrome mesh inserts in the front grilles and the wider rocker panels that cover the lower part of the door. In the rear is a flatter trunk lid, revised bumper and four-slot tail lights.
1967 Pontiac GTO 400 CI engine
$ 16,000.00
400 CI engine
Automatic transmission
Power steering
Power brakes
Signet Gold with Black vinyl top
Gold bucket seat interior
Center console
His & Hers shifter
Tinted glass
8-track player
Redline tires
Slotted wheels
When it was ordered for a car with an automatic transmission, it came equipped with the Hurst “His and Hers” Dual Gate shifter. This best-of-both-worlds design offered fully automatic transmission operation with the lever in the left-side gate, or manual control of the transmission’s three forward gears when the lever was moved to the right. The 3-speed automatic was new for 1967 too, as Pontiac replaced the 2-speed Powerglide with the beefy Turbo Hydra-Matic TH400, as it was better equipped to handle the increased torque from the 1967 GTO’s new engine. The venerable 389 was replaced with a 400 CI block with a larger bore but the same stroke length as the 389. In standard tune and fitted with a 4-barrel carburetor (as in this car), the 400 carried the 389’s 335 HP rating, but peak torque was up to 441 lb-ft. Power brakes and power steering round out this GTO’s driveline options, and it rides on redline tires mounted to Pontiac’s Rally 1 slotted wheels.
From the outside are several design cues that set the 1967 GTO apart from its 1966 sibling. Most noticeable are the chrome mesh inserts in the front grilles and the wider rocker panels that cover the lower part of the door. In the rear is a flatter trunk lid, revised bumper and four-slot tail lights.

Additional information

Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO
Year: 1967
Doors: 2
Mileage: 11327
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Gold
Exterior Color: Signet
Vehicle Identification Number: 242177Z105558
United States, Oregon, Eugene
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