213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1967 Pontiac GTO offers some things the factory never did... fuel injection, overdrive, and four-wheel disc brakes. But what never changes is the soul of a true muscle car legend with a rumbling V8 under the hood. And you get to enjoy it all from the comfort of an A/C interior.
The stacked headlight look of the '67 GTO really gave it a mean look. Of course, that is only amplified by one finished in black. It has a slick appearance that looks good running in-between the stoplights. But there's also the right amount of honesty in the body so that people don't wonder why this one is out having fun on a Saturday night. After all, with all the driver-oriented upgrades, the idea about this one centers on carefree enjoyment. Classic GTO elements like the hood scoop up front and the large dual exhaust tips in the rear show off extra muscle car flair. Plus, the upgraded Boyd Coddington 17-inch wheels do a great job of announcing some extra power without losing the vintage style.
The black interior keeps the mean style going, and the right features continue this car's cruiser feeling. In fact, we like how they keep the dash looking vintage and use a custom console to add cup holders and an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input. There are plenty of driver-oriented features like the front bucket seats, a center console in-between, the iconic Hurst His & Hers dual-gate shifter, a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, and a full set up upgraded Dakota Digital gauges. And nothing beats the feeling of being about to roll down all the windows on this pillarless hardtop and you can stay cool even in the summer with cold-blowing air conditioning.
The engine bay has the right mix of polish, clearly upgraded components, and the distinct Pontiac turquoise on the block and intake. It's the famous rev-happy 400 cubic-inch V8. The receipt file for this car documents a proper rebuild in 2016, and now it's topped with a FAST electronic fuel injection system for the best on power and consistency. This upgraded powerhouse is supported by the right components, including a CVF Racing serpentine belt kit and a Ron Davis aluminum radiator with electric fans. It's the kind of upgraded car that makes for a good all-around cruiser, and so you also have been upgraded to a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with highway-ready overdrive. Plus, you have a Positraction rear end, Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes, and grippy modern ZR-rated tires to complete this upgraded driver's experience.
The sale comes complete with Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) documents, the owner's manual, and receipts documenting thousands $$$$$ invested in this car over the last few years. This is the loaded and upgraded driver's GTO that you need to get your hands on now. Call today!!!
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