The beneficiary of a nearly six year body-off restoration, This numbers matching 1967 Pontiac GTO features an original 400 cubic inch block and a very unique color scheme thanks to a Cameo Ivory with a black vinyl top combined with a vibrant red vinyl interior. The iconic look of the GTO is beautifully preserved in this 67 version. Covered in a correct coat of Cameo Ivory with a black vinyl top, the GTO is absolutely stunning. It starts at the front of the body where the chrome front bumper and headlight casing has been painstakingly buffed to an extremely bright shine. Behind the front bumper, a split grill contains the blinker lights and GTO badging. At the base of the hood is the vintage Pontiac logo sitting below a moderate hood scoop to give the front end a very aggressive look. Through the soft glass windows you can see how the red vinyl interior accents the body very nicely. Down the sides of the body is a red pinstripe that gives the GTO a very classy look and is a great way to play off the look of the interior. Out back youll find the split quad brake lights that sit above another beautiful chrome bumper that hangs just above the dual exhausts. Like we already stated, the GTO was the first GM intermediate to get a big cubic inch engine, and this 67 sports its original 400 cubic inch V8. Topped by a correct 4-barrel carburetor under that chrome plated air cleaner, This WT coded block was rated at 335 horsepower, more than enough to deliver sparkling performance and effortless high-speed cruising. Its extremely hard not to instantly fall in love with a genuine muscle car like this 67 Pontiac GTO. Its collectability is ensured thanks to the build team retaining the original numbers matching block, and its extremely unique with the white exterior combined with the red interior. The extensive restoration produced an incredible product. Dont miss your chance to own the GTO of your dreams. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.
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