1972 Pontiac GTO
Here's a real-deal 1972 Pontiac GTO with a big V8, four-on-the-floor, and the factory-correct distinctive color combo. So if you're looking for a loaded muscle machine that stands out in all the best way, read on... Pontiac fans know why these '72 coupes are so collectable. After all, it's the final year for the legendary second generation. It's the one that established the GTO as the true blacktop king with the wide stance and sleek hardtop profile. And it's arguable that they saved the best for last. The extra wide dual grilles want to consume the lesser cars in front, the same goes for the wide ram air hood scoops, and the color-matched front and custom rear end make this look like a restomod today. And there are great details, too, like the wide rear spoiler, quad exhaust tips, and iconic Rally II wheels. But what you'll really love is the paint. Monarch Yellow and Cameo White is a very distinct color combo, and this coupe was born with this attention-grabbing two-tone. Saddle interior always look great on 1970s machines, and new carpets keep this one feeling fresh. Plus, you get all the features you want on a classic muscle car, like the bucket seats with a center console in-between. This one is truly meant to be a driver's car, and that's why the dash gives you close access to features like the AM/FM/cassette stereo and factory air conditioning. But what you'll really love is the feeling of control that comes from grabbing the three-spoke steering wheel in your left hand, and your right one will be instantly attracted to the Hurst shifter. Pontiac's big 400 cubic-inch V8 is great for power, and the one in this engine bay gets even better. It has been enhanced with an Edelbrock intake and large Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. That gives you a nice extra kick of power and plenty of throaty rumble from the dual exhaust. Best of all, you're in complete control of this big V8 and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. This is the kind of coupe that's going to make you want to hit the streets, and so they gave you a suspension to enjoy it to the fullest. Up front are upgraded tubular A-arms, the rear has boxed trailing arms, and there are thick sway bars front & rear. Plus, with power steering, front disc brakes, and wide Cooper Cobra tires, this is an all-around great driver. A cool real-deal GTO like this needs the right paperwork, so you get the window sticker and factory buildsheet to prove its distinction. Something this unique and powerful won't stay with us long, so don't miss out, call today!