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67 GTO

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Item Number:
716
Location: Bear Lake-Michigan-USA
Status: Expired
Price: $55,000.00
Year: 1967
Seller: 67gtoguy
Contact Name: Charles Wolverton
Email: cwolverton@king-macgregor.com
Phone: 231-864-7279
Model GTO

1967 Pontiac GTO for Sale

 

Model: 2 door hardtop

Exterior Color: Tyrol Blue (aka Marina blue)

Interior Color: Black

Options: Power steering and brakes; factory air conditioning; Rally wheels.

Mileage: less than 2,000 miles on totally restored car

 

Description:

 

This car is a Texas car purchased by present owner in 1995 for the purpose of a total restoration.  Authentic GTO verified by Pontiac Historical Services (copy available).  The car is not a matching numbers car.  It has a later 400 c.i. engine and a GM 12-bolt rear end.  Restoration took about 14 years (due to finances and family) and included the following work:

 

The body was removed from the frame and the frame was sandblasted and painted.  The entire suspension was replaced with the following new components including all bushings, bearings, seals, springs, shocks, sway bars front and rear, brake hardware, hoses, stainless steel brake lines, and wheel cylinders.  The rear trailing arms were boxed in.  All components were media blasted and painted with epoxy.  In 2009 the front drum brakes were replaced with disc brakes from Classic Performance Products.  A new power booster and master cylinder were installed as part of the disc brake installation.  Stainless steel fuel lines were installed as well as a new gas tank.

 

The sheet metal on the car was in the typical problem areas; rusted floor pans and quarter panels and minor dings and dents.  The car had a damaged tail light panel but was otherwise solid.  A new NOS GM tail light panel was installed (difficult part to find at the time) and both rear lower quarter panels were replaced.  A new trunk floor pan and cabin floor pans were installed.  The body spent most of two years in the body shop having sheet metal straightened.  Filler has only been used for minor flattening of the sheet metal.  Due to difficulties with surface pitting on the deck lid and hood, both were replaced; the deck lid was a used/good shape deck lid; the hood was new reproduction.  The car was prepared and painted by a professional body shop in basecoat/clearcoat Tyrol Blue (aka Marina Blue); beautiful color and finish.

 

Trim was restored where possible but new front and rear bumpers, rocker panel moldings, and grill were installed.  Grill surrounds are new plastic (black).  Parking lights are original and fair condition.  Headlight bezels are good condition.  All emblems are new.

 

The engine is a 400 c.i. with a Turbo-hydramatic transmission (rebuilt/freshened) and a His ‘n Hers Hurst shifter in a console.  The engine was completely rebuilt by a professional mechanic.  An Ultradyne® camshaft was installed and gives the GTO some “romp” to its idle.  The 670 heads were traded for the tail light panel and 6X heads purchased and installed to lower compression to manageable levels.  An Edelbrock Performer® aluminum intake manifold is topped by a new Edelbrock 4-barrel carb with manual choke.  The alternator and power steering pump are rebuilt.  This is a factory air car (Texas) and the system has been restored with a new compressor, evaporator, drier, all lines are new, a new AC valve, a new POA valve from Classic Air.  A new heater core was installed and a new fan.  A new radiator was installed as well as a transmission cooler.  Full length headers coated with silver Jet-coat were installed, along with an H crossover pipe and Flowmaster® mufflers.  The car sounds like a muscle car should.  A new 3” chrome moly driveshaft was installed in 2009.

 

The entire car was rewired with wiring harnesses from Performance Years Pontiac.  The steering wheel is a Grant.  The stock radio is in the dash but is not operational.  An AM/FM radio is installed in the glove box.

 

The interior of the car is new, including new headliner, carpeting, dash pad, door panels, rear window panels, and rear shelf.  The seats were re-foamed and professional installation of stock upholstery.  Original GM seat belts were installed front and back.  The interior is all black.  All weather-stripping in the entire car was replaced with new.

 

A new windshield was installed and existing side windows were used.  Windows are tinted.  The driver side window has scratches on it but the other windows are in good condition.  There are two clear glass door windows that go with the car that probably could be tinted.

 

In 2011 a new Richmond ring and pinion gear set was installed in the 12-bolt rear end to raise the gear ratio from 3:08 to 3:55.  All rear end bearings and seals were replaced.  This gear change made a difference in the performance of the GTO.  Tires are new as of the time car was driven.

 

The car has less than 2,000 miles on it since the restoration was completed to a point where it was driven.  The car is stored in a heated garage and seldom has seen rain and has not been exposed to the elements.  This car is in top condition.  Car cover included.

 

Price: $55,000.

 

This car can be examined by appointment.  Location is northwest Lower Michigan (generally Traverse City region).  Call (231) 912-0505 for further information or to make an appointment.  Serious inquiries only please.

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