VERY SHARP GTO IN FACTORY COLORS & A 360HP 400HO V8 W/ RAM AIR & 4 SPEED! SWEET!
Pontiac GTOs have been blue-chip investments for more than three decades, but if you would rather drive and enjoy it, then perhaps this 1967 Pontiac GTO hardtop is a smarter choice. No, it's not a trailer queen, but a nicely rendered authentic GTO with all the right hardware where it counts.
This was the kind of no-nonsense GTO that car guys back in the '60s dreamed of. It's the foundation of Pontiac's performance image, and even today it deserves respect on the streets. Code R Regimental Red is this car's original color, and it's a great choice for a high-visibility muscle car like this GTO. Better yet, thanks to its status as an icon, it looks like its previous owners have taken pretty darned good care of it. Fit and finish are better than average, and while the paint job is older, the red paint shines up well and looks fantastic on the almost 50-year-old Goat. Pontiac knew that performance, not flash, was what put Pontiac buyers in cars, so there are no stripes, wings, or other add-ons, and the only real performance-looking part on the whole car is the small hood scoop. Of course, guys in-the-know would spot the GTO badges a mile away and know this was something special, so they refinished all the chrome and trim, badges included, and put them back on the car when the paint was dry. A black vinyl top makes the perfect statement, too, adding a sporty look that keeps the GTO from seeming too plain.
Black buckets and a 4-speed on the floor were a big part of the GTO mystique, and this car definitely delivers. Replacement seat covers, carpets, and dash pad give it an inviting look, and the door panels carry proper GTO badges, just as a little reminder that you're driving something special. A leather-wrapped steering wheel isn't quite stock but looks great, and the woodgrained dash appliques are part of Pontiac's move to make the GTO feel more European. With four round instrument pods, it certainly has a certain continental flair to it, with a full set of dials that includes a tach. However, that 4-speed Hurst shifter is 100% American muscle and makes this car a genuine blast to drive. The AM/FM radio is original and it might be worthwhile to get it working considering the relative rarity of that option. The GTO also offers a real-world trunk that'll carry just about anything, and it includes a proper mat and a matching cover for the spare tire.
But the real reason the GTO is legendary is the 400 cubic inch V8 under the hood, with this one being a 1967 L67 powerplant with 360 horsepower and functional Ram Air. Rebuilt in 2002, this engine brings the firepower, although it's a little grumpy when it's cold which isn't surprising. It's happy on 93 octane gas and according to sources, it's one of only 761 built in 1967. The engine bay is nicely detailed with Pontiac Turquoise engine paint, proper chrome valve covers, and quite a few newer components, including the brake master cylinder. The 4-speed gearbox is a joy to row through the gears and there are punchy gears out back that ensure that this Goat lives up to the legend. A recent Flowmaster dual exhaust system sounds great and you can see how clean the floors are even at a glance. Original Rally wheels give it the right look and they carry recent Firestone radials.
Ready to drive and enjoy without worries, this is a real-deal GTO that has the right look, the right hardware, and a ton of performance. Call today!
AM/FM Radio, Defrost, Heat, Vinyl Interior, Power Steering, Seatbelts
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 400 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
- Rear End
- 10 Bolt
- Body Color
- 39,951 (Unknown)
- Fort Worth
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months