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1967 Pontiac GTO Used Automatic RWD 400ci 335 HP Coupe

Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2 Doors
Year: 1967
Mileage: 116,441
VIN: 242177Z117003
Color: Red
Engine: 400 ci
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Grants Pass, Oregon, United States

1967 Pontiac GTO Additional Info:

1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop for sale in Grants Pass, Oregon 97526

1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop

Get ready to own a piece of history with one of the most recognized and desired nameplates in the automobile business.

We have owned this iconic classic since 1978 and are probably the second or third owners.
The car has its original 400 cu in 335 HP motor and Turbo-Hydramatic transmission with His/Hers shifter.
The engine was rebuilt in 1987 with lower compression pistons and hardened valve seats for compatibility with no-lead gas.
It was upgraded with 360 HP parts at that time.
This car is special because it has been modified to run a 1966 Tri-Power setup with correct reproduction fitting and linkage.
The Tri-Power runs perfectly and is a joy to hear at wide open throttle.
Originally “Cameo Ivory” white with a black interior and black vinyl top.
It was repainted in 1980 in metallic red with a clear coat.
The interior is mostly original and is in good condition.
The car won second place in the 1967 Modified class at the 1988 GTOAA Nationals in Wichita, Kansas.
At the drag strip during the show, it ran a 14.53 against a strong head wind and slippery tires (not the tires currently mounted).
It was always garaged and maintained very carefully.
Current mileage: 116,441.
It was professionally appraised in May 2016 by members of the Auto Appraisal Network.
A full appraisal report is available to interested buyers.

Vehicle Options

Heavy-duty radiator

Transmission cooler

7-blade fan w/shroud

400ci V8 Motor

’66 Tri-power intake manifold and carburetors

Holley valve covers

Mickey Thompson exhaust headers

Power steering

Turbo 400 transmission

Hurst Performance dual gate (his/hers) shifter

Factory AM radio

Bucket seats w/seat belts

Center console

Steering column mounted Sun Super Tach II tachometer

Side mirrors

10-bolt rear-end

American Racing 15” chrome alloy heels

BF Goodrich 215/60-R15 tires

Dual exhaust w/chrome tips

Black vinyl top

Honda Red Metallic exterior paint

Manual Drum Brakes

Additional Specifications

The VIN number is 242177Z117003. The car’s build date was Feb 21, 1967 (code 02C).

The car has its original 400 cu in 335 HP motor (YS, built Jan 25, 1976; code A257).

The intake manifold is a 1966 Tri-Power with correct reproduction linkage and fittings.The Tri-Power runs very well.

Contrary to popular myth, the Pontiac Tri-Power does not require “synchronization”. Early European multi-carburetor engines or motorcycle engines sometime require synchronization using special tools and procedures.The Tri-Powercarbsare simple 2-barrel units with nothing to synchronize.

The engine is the original WS engine block, date code A257. It was rebuilt in 1987.

The block was bored 0.030” over (now 406 cu in) and was blueprinted and balanced.

The cam was replaced with a Pontiac 9779068 High Output (360 HP)) cam.

A valve job was done and hardened valve seats installed. Lower compression pistons were installed but the builder was not able to determine the effective ratio.

Also included were new lifters, an HO oil pump and various other upgrades.

The parts list from the rebuilding shop is available.

The engine has been customized with Holley valve covers (originals are included with the car) andAccelyellow spark plug wires.

Custom aluminum heat blocking plates are installed below the carburetors.

Most of the cooling system has been upgraded or replaced with new items.

Included with the carisa 1968 GTO 4 barrel manifold (P/N 9790140) and aRochestercarburetor from a 1974 Olds 455 (possibly).

The manifold andcarbhave never been used on this car and are included in case the next owner wants to replace the Tri-Power.

Mickey Thompson “Super Scavenger” extended collector headers are installed in the dual exhaust system.

The transmission is a Turbo Hydra-Maticthree-speed automatic with a Hurst Dual Gate (His/Hers) shifter.

The transmission has a shift kit and a 2400 RPM high stall converter.

The rear end is a 3.36 ratio with a Safe-T-Track (positraction) differential.

Theposiis not listed in the option sheet but has been visually verified, it was probably installed by the previous owner.

The ride height has been raised a bit by using different springs.

The front springs are from a GTO convertible and the rear springs are from a Tempest station wagon.

Gas pressurized shocks are used all around.

Pontiac Historical Society documentation indicates the following original options

Radio – Pushbutton and manual antennaSeat belts, custom front and rearDeluxe wheel discsConsolePower SteeringGlass, Soft Ray- windshield onlyF70x14 Red – Wide Oval tiresTurbo Hydra-Matic Call 402-502-8385 for more information!