Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
A real-deal 1966 Pontiac GTO with a tri-power 400 V8 upgrade will already get your attention. But while all GTOs are great for neck-snapping performance, this classic also has uniquely premium presentation that adds distinctness to your power.
Stacked headlights, a hood scoop, and a hardtop profile really makes the '66 GTO a terrific way to own the streets. It really has a nice aggressive look, right down to the Rally wheels with redline tires. But this one is more than just a muscle machine. The factory-correct Marina Turquoise is an instant standout. It's a shiny finish that gives some sophistication to the intimidation. And that brings some more high-class attention to details like the form-fitting chrome bumpers and flying buttress c-pillars. Plus, there's no better way to say 1960s premium than with a white vinyl roof. And this even has the full-length white pinstripe to match.
The worlds of premium and powerful combine inside the car, too. The factory-correct turquoise interior completes a distinctive color package against the exterior, so you'll happily leave the all the windows down on this pillarless hardtop to show off the factory color package. And since there will be plenty of eyes inside, they made sure that this looks exceptionally crisp and clean. It has taut bucket seats up front, and the ribbed pattern matches the rear seats and side panels. There's nice carpeting, plenty of premium wood-like trim, and a desirable center console. It even has nice details, like the AM radio that's still on display, but there are provisions for an upgraded modern stereo hidden in the glovebox. This also lives up to the proper sporty GTO feeling with a three-spoke steering wheel, full round gauge package, and there's even the cool vacuum readout prominently on the center console.
You're going to love lifting the hood wherever you park. After all that triple set of air intakes is the unmistakable look of tri-power. And they made sure this was ready to show off with tidy and fresh appearance. In fact, you'll love the details - from the correct Pontiac turquoise on the block, to the GM glass washer refill bottle that's attached to the fender. This is a true upgraded power package, because you not only have a triple set of dual-barrel Rochester carburetors, but also underneath that you'll find this has been upgraded to a large 400 cubic-inch V8. It's a well-maintained coupe that fires up easily and runs strong. And it continues its premium feeling on the road with nice driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes with discs up front.
The sale comes with Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) docs. This is a premium and distinctive classic with serious power for the streets. So don't miss your chance at fast with class. Call today!!!
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