1967 PONTIAC GTO CONVERTIBLE - 178487Sold* at Scottsdale 2015 - Lot #522 1967 PONTIAC GTO CONVERTIBLEhttps://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/178487/178487_Front_3-4_Web.JPG
1967 PONTIAC GTO CONVERTIBLE
*Includes Buyer Commission
Lot #522 - This car is an exceptionally nice factory air conditioned 1967 GTO convertible from the private collection of Jim Mattison, founder of Pontiac Historic Services (PHS). The car has been meticulously maintained and restored to original condition. The car was built at the Fremont, CA assembly plant on 11/26/1966 and was shipped to Boas Pontiac, in San Francisco, where it spent the majority of the next 45 years in the San Francisco Bay area. This car recently received a complete nut and bolt frame-off restoration. Care was given to make sure that everything was correct. It was given one repaint in the correct Regimental Red and the black convertible top has been replaced with a correct factory top. The interior is original to the car, with the exception of new carpet and in great condition. The original Pontiac 400 engine and all associated parts have been completely rebuilt. The engine and the entire car runs and drives great. The underside of the car is detailed and rock solid, as you would expect a California car to be, with all the original body panels still in place. The factory equipment on the GTO includes: AM Radio, remote control mirror, Rally gauge cluster and tachometer, console, power steering, power disc brakes, tinted glass, factory air conditioning, F70x14 Firestone red line tires on Rally II wheels, Safe-T-Track axle and Turbo Hydramatic transmission, with the factory Hurst Dual-Gate shifter. This is a top notch, factory correct car. It comes with all the PHS paperwork and Pontiac Division Window Sticker.
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