Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1967 Pontiac GTO offers the mighty 455 motor - more than the factory gave you - and you get full control of it thanks to the four-speed. So not only do you have a sleek hardtop, but you know it\'s a speedy one. too!
These \'67 Pontiacs have a truly substantial look with the stacked headlights and rear quarter panels that flare out to show you where the power meets the pavement. This coupe looks good in Montego Cream. It\'s a later upgrade that has a nice glossy finish to a color that gives the car distinction. Plus, the good body panels and bright bumpers create a quality first impression. But you don\'t just want this Pontiac for prestige. A true GTO is all about the sporty style. It looks aggressive with the hood scoops, correct GTO badging, chain mesh grille, and dual exhaust tips. So this coupe really has all the right pieces you love, right down to details, like the special GTO tail lights and Rally II wheel with PMD center caps.
The black interior makes for a timelessly attractive contrast against the creamy white exterior. This is set up to be a nice cruiser, and so you have upgraded details like the AM/FM/cassette stereo and comfy cloth inserts in the seats. It\'s also a terrific driver\'s setup with front bucket seats, a center console with Hurst shifter, under-dash auxiliary readouts, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, and large gauges with a speedo and tach. So it\'s a great car to roll down all the windows on the pillarless hardtop and go for a drive.
The 1967 GTO was limited to 400 cubic inches, but Pontiac fans know there\'s more out there. So this one is powered by a later and larger 455ci V8. It inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a sweet rumble from the glasspack-style dual exhaust. And you get full control over the large V8 and its rumbling soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. It\'s a strong driver that also has nice features like power steering and wide Cooper Cobra tires.
This GTO has a clean look and a meaner heart. So it makes for an ideal cruising icon. Call today!!!
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