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V8 Manual Classic Vintage Collector Original Factory Match Restored Cream

Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO
Type: Hardtop
Year: 1967
Mileage: 79003
VIN: 242177P130938
Color: Montego Cream
Engine: 400 HO V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: --

1967 Pontiac GTO Additional Info:

This real-deal 1967 Pontiac GTO is fresh from a frame-off restoration. So not only does it have its numbers-matching 400 H.O. V8 and four-on-the-floor, but also there is an awesomely crisp presentation over every inch of this desirable hardtop body. So check out the full presentation, right down to the undercarriage photos. But if you demand the best, you already know you've found it.

This car really likes to present its best vintage face forward and it starts with the factory-correct Montego Cream. It's a sophisticated color, but the full restoration investment also knows how to make it sporty. After all, the way the light dances across the modern clearcoat application and straight body panels really gives added sleekness to the GTO's Coke bottle curves. The '67 coupe really was the right mix of pretty and performance. It has upper-classic pieces, like the flying buttress rear roof. And we're glad to see such a solid investment in the brightwork, because the way those form-hugging bumpers are united by the full-length rocker trim really make this coupe look like it's encircled by chrome. Stacked headlights, a mesh grille, wide fog lights, and a hood scoop make sure everyone knows GTO has arrived. And details like the redline tires on the rally wheels show they know how to present this icon correctly.

The black interior competes the factory-correct color package, and just like the exterior, you can instantly tell they made all the right investment here. It's in the quality of the upholstery, fresh carpeting, crisp door panels (with/correct GTO emblems), smooth dash, and the clear new glass. Aiming for a touch of European feel in the GTO, Pontiac designers gave it a wood-grained dashboard that houses the round gauge cluster and heat/defrost controls. It feels so authentic that even the correct AM radio is even there on display. More than just a time capsule, you're going to love this because it's a driver's classic. Front bucket seats, a grippy three-spoke steering wheel, and a center console with Hurst shifter all give you that nice tingle of performance.

This was a pivotal year for Pontiac performance because the V8 was now the 400 cubic-inch unit. It was the only time the larger motor was offered in the first generation, and so it's especially nice to have the numbers-matching H.O. unit still under the hood. It has a beautiful presentation with plenty of shine everywhere from the bright turquoise block, to the new brake booster. And as you get closer, you really see the difference a nut-and-bolt level of restoration gives with an awesomely fresh look, right down to the replica Delco battery topper w/tags. The motor fires up readily as it inhales deeply from the correct Rochester Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor. You really get to enjoy this V8 and its tiger growl to the fullest thanks to the control of the four-speed manual transmission. Power steering, power brakes, front discs, and the modern BF Goodrich tires all make it easy to show off the full package.

Everything looks fresh and well-done, right down to the fresh undercarriage. And a car like this even comes with the right paperwork, including Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) documentation, a reproduction window sticker, and a CD full of restoration photos. It all proves you're looking at a top-quality real-deal GTO. Call today!!!