800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1967 Pontiac GTO tribute has all the right looks of a factory Goat, and as you dig a little deeper, you also see that there's a bigger motor and more go-fast goodies than you could get from GM. So who doesn't love a hardtop that gives you the correct appearance and a ton more substance?
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 white...not perfect, but just that right balance that doesn't make you nervous to take it out on weekends, and when you get to stoplights everyone gives you extra stares. There's nice brightwork with the form-fitting bumpers, full rocker treatment, and even upgraded polished Cragar SS wheels. It looks aggressive with the hood scoops, correct GTO badging, chainmesh grille, and dual exhaust tips. So this tribute really has all the right pieces you love, right down to details, like the special GTO rear taillights and the working hood-mounted tach.
The blue interior has a striking look against the white exterior. And it's a complete package with the seats, carpeting, door panels, and dash pad all contributing to the deep blue ocean. This is set up to be a driver's car. That's why you have great classic features, like bucket seats and a center console w/floor shifter. This is joined by upgrades like the Grant sports steering wheel and Bosch auxiliary readouts. The stereo is an upgraded AM/FM/CD unit with good speakers and an aux input for your iPod. But we know you're going to really love rolling down all the windows on this pillarless hardtop just so you can hear the rumble of the exhaust.
When you open the hood, the correct Pontiac turquoise block, bright valve covers, and matching air topper are all attractive. But what you really love is the callout on top. GTO fans would have to wait for the next generation to get their hands on the big 455 cubic-inch V8, but this tribute car rectifies that problem. Plus, it's upgraded further with performance parts like Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and long tube headers feeding the dual exhaust with sweet-sounding Flowmasters. You'll even spot good supporting components, like the steel braided lines, AN fittings, and an aluminum radiator. The TH400 three-speed transmission is a stout unit for handling the big power, and it's also a smooth automatic shifter. There's also power steering, power brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/As to make this a great anytime classic.
This is the GTO tribute that gives you a more ferocious tiger in under the hood. So you know you can't resists this hardtop. Call now!
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