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This NO RESERVE auction is for an incredibly sharp looking 1967 Pontiac GTO sedan. This is a three owner car that was purchased on Long Island, New York in 1967, at Montauk Pontiac in Bayshore, and it has remained there ever since. The current owner has been in possession of the car for the last 23 years. The maroon exterior and black interior are the original colors that it came with and all of the bright work is brilliant! In addition to having the original bill of sale, the full PHS documentation was purchased and is provided. It is believe that the odometer indicated mileage is correct.
This 400 cubic inch 4 barrel car has a 10.75 compression ratio and it develops 335 horsepower. It was delivered with a turbohydramatic transmission with a his and hers shifter and a 3.36 rear axle. This frame off restored beauty is numbers matched down to all of the original sheet metal (some of the numbers are shown), including the trunk. The drive train is all original. The sandblasted frame and suspension parts are all POR coated along with anything else that was bare metal. The rear differential was also prepped and completely resealed. All bushings, lines, hoses, clips, new engine wiring harness, new gas tank and straps is only the beginning of what went into bringing this project back to life.
Restoration of the seats belts alone was almost $1000, without installation. The washer bottle and nozzles are new, transmission cooler lines, hard top fuel line, battery cables and choke thermostat. The original radio and speaker were restored as was the wiper motor and carburetor. Other parts such as the fuel pump and all of the ignition parts were replaced along with the entire exhaust system. New hood hinges and springs were installed, new rear view mirrors inside and out. There are pages of small parts that were purchased and changed out to make this car both fun and safe to drive as well as extra good looking. The transmission was serviced regularly and the top end of the engine was overhauled.
The exterior and interior of this car is super straight and clean, the result of the extensive restoration project that touched on every aspect of the car. The paint job is gorgeous, accented with tasteful white pin striping. It has beautiful new wheels, beauty rings and new red line B.F. Goodrich radial tires. It recently passed New York State’s Motor Vehicle Bureau rigid inspection for safety. We didn’t want to bog you down with pages of useless GTO history and performance information, considering that most of the people looking at this Pontiac will know much more about it than we do.
This Pontiac GTO performed flawlessly when driven and everything works as well as designed, or better. No squeaks, rattles or other objectionable noises at all. It fires right up and there is no smoke or other gremlins as it warms up nicely and settles into a comfortable idle. All of the instruments work, as do the lights, wipers, horn and heater. It has been converted to full power disc brakes with a full kit from Master Power. That means you can actually stop this car if you happen to get going a little too fast.
The new owner will be provided with PHS automotive services, inc. package and documentation with over 30 pages of detailed information and specifications about this particular vehicle. All of the pictures you see were just taken and there are shots from many angles including the exterior, engine bay, full interior, trunk and undercarriage. This sedan is a magnificent looking and performing driver and the new owner will need only to get behind the wheel, fire it up, and drive away.