VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
PHS documented- real GTO born a 4-speed with ride & handling, 3.23 posi, console, rally gauges and much more. Factory Fontaine blue. Upgraded with a tri-power and white interior. This is a beautiful car with great features. Not a nut and bolt restoration, but a clean honest car.
EXTERIOR: Absolutely stunning color combination. I am a sucker for dark blue. This one has some sparkle and a glossy clear coat finish. Polished out smoothly. Has long flat sides, look down either side and they're straight. It's smooth along the bottoms. The chrome and trim on the car is bright and straight, looks original. The bumpers fit the body real nice. The windshield is new. It has the Rally 1 wheels, which are correct for a 1965. The BFGoodrich tires are fairly new. The white convertible power top is in very nice shape. The driver door glass has been scratched. Weatherstrips were replaced. Overall it's a looker, not pristine but will still make people say "wow".
INTERIOR: The bucket seats have been reupholstered, the rear seat has been dyed. Door panels replaced. Has factory rally gauges in the dash and a vacuum gauge on the original 4-speed console. Has a retro stereo in the in the factory hole with kick panel speakers and speakers in the two rear panels. Upgraded walnut steering wheel.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Has a Pontiac 400 motor with tri-power carbs. You can hear it when all 3 carbs open, you will feel it too! You have to have tri-power because everyone asks "does it have tri-power under the hood?" Has power steering. The engine bay is very respectable, has hood insulation, fan shroud, chrome alternator.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Big clean trunk compartment with a nice spatter finish paint. Complete with a jack, spare tire, mat and tire cover.
UNDERSIDE: Factory features include the ride and handling, 3.23 posi rear, quick ratio steering and it has original M20 Muncie 4-speed dated to this car. The floors look to be very dry metal. It has new springs and shocks, air shocks in back. Floors are solid metal.
65 GTO is one of my favorites, better act fast before I decide to grab it. Love the clean looks, stacked headlights and sleak taillights. Finding these features and colors again won't be easy.
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
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Rally 1 wheels
Ride & handling
Quick ratio steering
3.23 saf-t-track rear
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