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Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Year: 1965
Mileage: 41,360
VIN: 237375Z125832
Color: Other
Engine: 389 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Other
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1965 Pontiac GTO Additional Info:

With a fresh respray, glittering chrome, beautiful Hurst wheels, correct growling V8, and a comfy A/C interior, this 1965 Pontiac GTO hardtop is your dream muscle car. But unlike fantasies, this one is truly a stunner in reality, too.
This one lets its Bolero Red paint do all the talking. This is already a legendary Pontiac color, and professional respray in 2016 (and only about 200 miles driven since) gives it the kind of clear coat luster that makes people take notice the moment the sunshine hits it. But you can really tell the investment went well beyond the color to make sure the body was looking its best. That's why the big chrome bumpers shine like mirrors; the new-for-1965 vertical stack headlights are like jewelry; and all the sheet metal has the crispness of quality. Plus, a bright set of Hurst wheels with red line tires add the right period-correct upgraded flair.
The black interior is not only the perfect complementing color to the bold red exterior, but it also gets the original details right, too. The bucket seats are crisp right down to the correct arrowhead emblem embossed into each one. Matching door panels with correct GTO emblems, dark flooring, and dash all make this a true classic muscle car experience. Aiming for a more European feel in the GTO, Pontiac designers gave it a wood-grained appearance around the sporty round gauges. And this coordinates nicely with the added wood-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel. And while this has nice original features, like the bright center console, your favorite will likely be an upgrade to modern R134a air conditioning. After all, vintage cruising doesn't mean you have to break a sweat.
The 389 cubic-inch V8 is a true legend in Pontiac circles, and so we are so glad to see it presented so well in this engine bay. It's correctly detailed with corporate turquoise engine paint, chrome valve covers, and even the correct air cleaner comes with the sale. Best of all, it's believed that this is the original motor to the car. Below the bright air topper, you'll find a four-barrel carburetor feeding the big V8. The rumble that this package creates is a sweet symphony thanks to the dual exhaust. Because a bright red GTO with comfy A/C is one of the best places to spend the whole weekend, this coupe comes with great driving features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and a modern BF Goodrich tread disguised on those classic red line tires.
Complete with PHS (Pontiac Historic Services) documentation, this is a legendary muscle car that has already been given the right investments. So it's ready for you right now.