1967 GTO SURVIVOR COUPE WEST COAST CAR VINTAGE RUNS, SPORTS COUPE PROJECT

Price: US $19,670.33 Item location: Seattle, Washington, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: GTO
  • Type: Sport Coupe
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: 242177K116705
  • Color: Blue now black primer over original
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1967 Pontiac GTO

FIRST GENERATION GTO SPORT COUPE.Backyard find here in Seattle. West Coast car I bought 2 years ago from the 3rd owner who had her for the last 18 years. The original blue paint is under a coat of black primer. To get it running I had a new clutch installed for the 4 speed manual transmission there is also a new exhaust and stainless steel brake lines. Had the front buckets and rear seat re-upholstered to concours level by one of the top Seattle upholstery companies (Durhams). New carpet kit, new Holley carburetor. She starts runs and stops but will need a lot of work to be restored. The electrical system/harness looks new but needs work. Has the sought after tachometer dash. Only 7000 of these were ever made and only a handful of those are left as unrestored west coast examples with minimal rust. This is your dream car waiting to be realized.Nice thing is that the bones are excellent, very little rust, a true sought after west coast vehicle that has never seen salted roads. Solid and original panels and floor pans. This is a GREAT start to an amazing project. If these GTOs are restored to #1 concours the book value is $70,000! Jay Leno recently stated that the first generation GTO is the most appreciating muscle car on the planet. So get this one for less than a new KIA.Engine is a period correct Pontiac Big Block but probably needs attention or rebuild, do not know the history of the engine but it is not original to the car. Car was originally a 3 speed manual but now has the much more desirable period correct 4 speed that shifts smooth and tight.We have many parts to help complete the project and what we have will come with the car including door panels, dash pad and AM radio. We have a lot of new trim as well. Please ask questions before purchase. This is an as-is transaction with no returns. I will be happy to cooperate with an inspection if desired but do this BEFORE bidding. Can drive off and on a trailer and I will help with shipping but that is the buyer responsibility to arrange. Would not drive this across country but we have driven across town and she is really fun and smooth.You will not find a west coast survivor for less money, this is a great opportunity. Restomod or restoration can't go wrong with a Detroit first generation GTO. I have clear Washington title in hand. VIN 242177K116705. Call or text with Questions, Dan 206.919.5956. Sad to let this one go. 7 day listing she is going to go fast so don't delay. Payment in cash, bank wire or certified funds. A $500 paypal deposit needed. Funds must clear before shipment. I have 100% positive feedback, you will not be disappointed!

History of the 1964-1967 Pontiac GTOOn October 1, 1963, Pontiac’s GTO debuted as an option package for the deluxe Tempest model, the LeMans. The package included a 325-horse 389 V-8, stiffer suspension and a Hurst-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Among popular options was a Muncie four-speed a 348-horse Tri-Power 389 topped by three Rochester two-barrel carbs.

The 1965 GTO was marked by stacked headlights and a single hood scoop in place of the dual units seen in 1964. The 389 V-8 was superseded by an enlarged 400 cubic-inch mill in 1967. Both 1966’s base 389 and 1967’s 400 were rated at 335 horsepower. Tri-Power was last offered in 1966.

Performance enhancements included a dealer-offered “tub” introduced in August 1965. It sealed the Tri-Power V8’s carbs to a functional hood scoop, in the process kicking off Pontiac’s legendary “Ram Air” legacy. A special “XS” performance package, including the division’s first so-called Ram Air V-8, appeared in 1966. Output for 1967’s rare Ram Air 400 was 360 horsepower.

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On October 1, 1963, Pontiac’s GTO debuted as an option package for the deluxe Tempest model, the LeMans. The package included a 325-horse 389 V-8, stiffer suspension and a Hurst-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Among popular options was a Muncie four-speed a 348-horse Tri-Power 389 topped by three Rochester two-barrel carbs.

The 1965 GTO was marked by stacked headlights and a single hood scoop in place of the dual units seen in 1964. The 389 V-8 was superseded by an enlarged 400 cubic-inch mill in 1967. Both 1966’s base 389 and 1967’s 400 were rated at 335 horsepower. Tri-Power was last offered in 1966.

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  • Body Styles
  • 2dr Convertible
  • 2dr Hardtop Coupe
  • 2dr Sport Coupe
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  • Engine Types
  • 8-cyl. 400cid/255hp 2bbl
  • 8-cyl. 400cid/335hp 4bbl
  • 8-cyl. 400cid/360hp 4bbl HO
  • 8-cyl. 400cid/360hp 4bbl Ram Air
  • Additional Info
  • Curb Weight: 3425 lbs.
  • Vehicle Length: 206.6 in.
  • Wheel Base: 115 in.
1967 Pontiac GTO 2dr Sport Coupe Info
  • Number Produced
  • 7,029