Very clean restored 67 GTO
Price: US $24,500.00 Item location: Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada
- Make: Pontiac
- Model: GTO
- Type: Coupe
- Year: 1967
- Mileage: 43,000
- VIN: 242077P164779
- Color: White
- Engine size: 400 cu
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1967 Pontiac GTONice survivor entirely restored about 20 years ago by the previous owner. I bought this car 4 years ago and had lots of fun driving it around town. Its a fine looking GTO, it has a great sound, very solid 4 speed manual transmission and behaves greatly on the road, even at high speed. This GTO is definitely an attention grabber...
The engine is a 400. It is not the original engine but it is a GTO from 67. The transmission is the Muncie 4 speed and was entirely rebuilt 2 years ago (cost of $3000CDN). It only has about 50 miles on it. It also has the classic Hurst shifter and the nice looking Pontiac rally wheels.
That being said it's not a perfect car. Some electrical work needs to be done as the tail lights are not always turning on. Wipers also need to be fixed as well as the radio. The dashboard require some attention as the instruments and gages are not connected. I was planning on doing the work when I bought it but I never got to it. It was not a problem for me as I was only using the car for week-end drives at low speed in a small town. The mileage of the car indicates 43 000ish but, as the rest of the instruments, it is not connected and is not counting the miles anymore. Finally, the paint job, while very clean and overall nice, has a few little imperfections (see pictures).
Another thing that I realized fairly recently has to do with the VIN. As you can see, the VIN plates seem to not be linked to that particular vehicle. The number indicates it belongs to a "post" GTO, which is the model with the post between the front and the back window. The swap was visibly made many years ago (probably when restored) since it was made before the paint job was done. The car was like that when I bought it 4 years ago and I'm not the one who proceeded to that modification. I'm still not quite sure why that has been done. The most likely possibility is that the car was rebuilt and the number was transferred to match the original frame. That being said, it is important to mention that everything else on the car indicates that it is indeed a real GTO and not a clone.
The good thing about these imperfections is that the car is priced accordingly. In my opinion, it is very cheap for a 67 GTO. Its a bargain for those who always dreamed about owning an old GTO but didn't have the kind of money necessary to purchase one. Moreover, I'm sure someone who's mechanically incline could take that beautiful classic to the next level.
The car is very solid and is basically rust free.
I love that GTO. I'll be sad to part with the old Goat!
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to communicate with me. I have more pictures and also some videos of the car.