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1966 Pontiac GTO Hardtop 389 CID V8 2 Speed Automatic Coupe Burgundy Red

Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO
SubModel: Hardtop
Type: Coupe
Trim: Hardtop
Year: 1966
VIN: 242176Z113912
Color: Burgundy
Engine: 389 CID V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: --
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1966 Pontiac GTO Hardtop Additional Info:

1966 Pontiac GTO Hardtop
John Delorean and his crew first created the GTO in 1964 by wedging a big block into a small body, in many people's minds creating the Muscle Car Era. Well, who would have known what Detroit was about to usher in. In 1966 Pontiac did a total redesign of their A Body warrior and created the iconic “Coke Bottle Body” look.
Here is one fabulous example of that redesign, with that upper echelon of power available and a more street-able automatic transmission, in a great color combination. This correct YS Code, 389 is fresh with a PowerGlide automatic installed in a nicely restored car with PHS documentation. Don't miss out on your chance to own a highly desirable, and correct GTO Muscle Car today.
• Correct, Smooth, detailed 335 Horse 389 CID V8 with Carter AFB 4 barrel Carb
• Smooth Shifting PowerGlide automaticTransmission
• Working In Dash Delco AM Radio with Rear Speaker
• Finished in Correct Burgundy Code N with tasteful Red Pin Stripe
• Correct new Black Bucket Seat interior with Grab Bar on the dash
• Full length console with storage and correct Shifter
• Optional Power Steering and factory correct Power Windows
• Factory Optional Power Brakes
• 3.23 Posi “Safety Track” Rear End
• Soft Ray Tinted Windshield
• Correct Pontiac Rally Clock in the Dash
• 120 MPH Speedometer with 75812 miles showing on the Odometer
• Safety Guard Padded Dash and Sun visors and Color Keyed Seat Belts
• Performance Tuned Dual Exhaust
• New set 255/60R15 BFG Radial TA Tires on Pontiac Rally II wheels
• Original Owner's Manual and Pontiac Historical Documentation Included
This is your chance to bring back the best of an era in Pontiac history!