614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1972 Pontiac GTO is a real-deal and well-documented Goat that has been upgraded to The Judge status. And this bold hardtop has terrific features like A/C and an overdrive transmission. It all means that one of the coolest coupes around is one of the easiest cruisers, too.
The '72 GTO is quite a desirable car considering it was the last of its generation. These were the ones that took the original muscle car and cemented its image as a blacktop king. And it has all your favorite features, like the dual-scoop hood, color-matched front bumper, and Rally II wheels. So it only gets better when a real-deal GTO has been upgraded to The Judge package. It starts with a color that looks akin to some of the most vibrant GTO hues that came from the factory. And the rear decal, large spoiler, and fender sunrise stripes just seal the deal for this one - it'll truly be up to you to tell people this is a tribute car.
A proper GTO feels like a terrific driver's car. That means interior features like bucket seats, a center console, and the iconic machine-turned panel on the lower dash. You've got the T/A-style sports steering wheel and sporty round gauges. And the hood tach is truly an iconic Pontiac piece. Vintage car fans will appreciate all the details from the wood-like trim to the working dome light. Plus, there are well-integrated upgrades, like the under-dash aux gauges and the retro-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette. This is a factory air conditioning car, and it's blowing nice and cold. So this is the perfect coupe to roll down all the windows and show off the pillarless hardtop profile - after all, this was the final year for this sought-after style.
It wouldn't be a GTO without V8 power. This has a 350 cubic-inch motor under the hood, and it's fun to see hints of blue radiating in this dark engine bay. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, and given a recent tune-up, this is the kind of strong-running robust powerhouse you want. And this one was made to be an excellent cruiser. You have power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a rear suspension with boxed trailing arms and a sway bar. Plus the transmission has been upgraded to a four-speed automatic with highway-friendly overdrive.
The sale comes with exceptional documentation, including the original window sticker, the owner's manual packet, maintenance records, and Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) documentation. There's even a car cover to tuck in this coupe at night. This GTO Judge tribute is a car you can be proud to drive, and easy to enjoy on the road. Don't miss out on a great package, call today!
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