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Here's a 1965 Pontiac GTO tribute convertible with a great color combo, four on the floor, and an enhanced V8 heart. A machine like this is built for show and go, and so it will never disappoint.
Convertibles are some of the rarest classics around, and so it takes extra time and effort to get the right one for this GTO tribute (remember, Ford basically produced more Mustangs in two weeks of 1965 than Pontiac made LeMans convertibles all year!) But what you really like is the solid investments that made this a shining convertible and a faithful GTO tribute. Nocturne Blue is a great Pontiac color, because it has a deep appearance like a sinister black - exactly how you want a high-performance Pontiac to look. But when the sunlight hits it, this modern clearcoat application has a more sophisticated tone that radiates and really makes people take notice. Plus, you can instantly tell there was time and money spent on the details. You have the aggressive hood scoop; all the trim is straight; correct GTO badging is on every side; and the intricate tail panel is complete. The whole package has plenty of great brightwork, on everything from the big chrome bumpers, to the classic Pontiac Rallye-style wheels. And the way the newer white convertible roof looks against the dark blue paint tells you someone really paid attention to a good color coordination.
If you like the way this one looks with the roof up, then you're going to love the way it is with the top down. That's because the same blue and white appearance continues on the inside. In fact, the way the exterior blue coordinates with the carpeting and door trim, you know this one was built to show off while open to the world. The seats, the door inserts, and all the details feel fresh from investment, so everyone will want to go for a ride in this Pontiac. There's even an upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo to keep them all entertained and power windows with the switch in the handle. But no matter how many people go along for the ride, the driver will always be king. Bucket seats, center console, and a woodgrained sports steering wheel give you an individual driving experience. And the Hurst shifter combines with the large gauge panel (including prominent tach) to give you the ideal muscle car experience.
Under the hood the tidy turquoise block and polished valve covers look quite right for a GTO, but this tribute has power superiority. That's because you're looking at a 455 cubic-inch V8 filling the engine bay. GTOs would have to wait until the '70s to get this kind of displacement, but this one has been enhanced to be a true fire-breathing Pontiac. And it doesn't just stop with size. It has a large Holley double-pumper four-barrel carburetor and hi-rise intake, so this big motor inhales deeply. It exhales with a sweet rumble from the H-pipe dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over this power and its soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, with power steering, power brakes (with discs up front), and wide BF Goodrich T/As, this droptop was meant to be enjoyed with ease.
Complete with plenty of build receipts, this is the shining tribute that looks great and has serious power. So if you like rarity and rumble, call today!!!
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