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1967 Pontiac Gto on 2040-cars

US $16,888.00
Year:1967 Mileage:51873 Color: Blue /
 Black
Location:

De Soto, Georgia, United States

De Soto, Georgia, United States

1967 Pontiac GTO Hardtop. True 242 GTO. Matching Original 400 engine with a 4 barrel Rochester Quadrajet carb.
51,873 original miles. Montreux Blue exterior, Blue interior. His/Hers TH-400 automatic transmission. Power
brakes. Power steering.

Is a Factory A/C Car swapped to "Vintage Air" (blows good and cold). Have original A/C stuff to go with. Rally II
wheels with redline tires (lots of tread). Straight solid body, no rust. Brand new rear springs and shocks. All
lights, blinkers, speedo, wipers work as they should.
Runs and drives great. Would drive anywhere. Just drove 2 1/2 hours away and back this weekend..NO issues.

Block = # 9786133 Dated Feb 7, 1967
YS code 405926
Heads = 670
Exhaust manifolds = 9779032
Intake manifold = 9786286 dated Feb 20, 1967
Tranny has tag on it with # PX-67-2210
Rear cast # 9783393 dated Oct 16, 1966

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