1967 Pontiac GTO Matching number 400 CI V-8 engine


Description


Original sheet metal
Matching number 400 CI V-8 engine
Restored with Ram Air setup
4-barrel carburetor
Dual exhaust
4-speed manual transmission
10 bolt rear end
T3 headlights, spiral shocks
Power steering
Power brakes
Finished in original Maroon with Black vinyl top
Black bucket seat interior
Hood tachometer
Hurst shifter
Woodgrain dash
Passenger grab handle
Pushbutton AM radio
Heat and defrost
Date-coded glass
Red longitudinal accent striping
Painted steel wheels
PMD hubcaps
Firestone Redline tires
Correct spare and jack
The red accent striping and painted steel wheels with PMD hubcaps give the car subtle touches that are quite agreeable to the eyes. By 1967, the GTO had become its own model designation and received a number of styling and performance changes and upgrades over the preceding three years. The styling of this car is certainly something special to behold, and the ’67 GTO remains one of the most popular muscle cars ever built. This particular model may well represent the apex of Pontiac’s unwavering commitment throughout the 1960s to build some of the most interesting performance cars ever conceived. There was a horsepower war among Detroit’s Big Three automakers throughout the decade, and Pontiac jumped right in with both feet. While everything from Bonnevilles to Firebirds had performance intentions, the GTO was the flagship performance model for Pontiac.
1967 Pontiac GTO Matching number 400 CI V-8 engine
$ 16,400.00
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Original sheet metal
Matching number 400 CI V-8 engine
Restored with Ram Air setup
4-barrel carburetor
Dual exhaust
4-speed manual transmission
10 bolt rear end
T3 headlights, spiral shocks
Power steering
Power brakes
Finished in original Maroon with Black vinyl top
Black bucket seat interior
Hood tachometer
Hurst shifter
Woodgrain dash
Passenger grab handle
Pushbutton AM radio
Heat and defrost
Date-coded glass
Red longitudinal accent striping
Painted steel wheels
PMD hubcaps
Firestone Redline tires
Correct spare and jack
The red accent striping and painted steel wheels with PMD hubcaps give the car subtle touches that are quite agreeable to the eyes. By 1967, the GTO had become its own model designation and received a number of styling and performance changes and upgrades over the preceding three years. The styling of this car is certainly something special to behold, and the ’67 GTO remains one of the most popular muscle cars ever built. This particular model may well represent the apex of Pontiac’s unwavering commitment throughout the 1960s to build some of the most interesting performance cars ever conceived. There was a horsepower war among Detroit’s Big Three automakers throughout the decade, and Pontiac jumped right in with both feet. While everything from Bonnevilles to Firebirds had performance intentions, the GTO was the flagship performance model for Pontiac.

Additional information

Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO
Year: 1967
Doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Maroon
Vehicle Identification Number: 242177B123256
United States, Arizona, Phoenix
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