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All Original #'s Matching! 400 Cu In. W/ Auto Trans & Dual Gate Shifter on 2040-cars

US $25,000.00
Year:1967 Mileage:127410

New Lenox, Illinois, United States

New Lenox, Illinois, United States




Extremely original numbers matching 1967 GTO Hardtop in Gulf Turquoise with Turquoise interior.



The car was ordered heater delete. It was built in Freemont, California and shipped to Hawaii. The correct dash blockoff plate has never been touched and the firewall cover is still in its place from the factory. This is an extremely rare option. I have never seen another 1967 GTO with heater delete.



Interior - is unmolested and is in excellent condition. The dash pad is perfect. The dash has its normal wear experienced during the last 47 years but is in excellent shape. I would like to stress that the interior has been virtually untouched since the car rolled off the assembly line. The headliner could use a little work but is not in need of replacement. The seat belts are clean and original in perfect working order. The steering wheel has the normal cracks seen in these types of cars. It still has the original am radio from the factory. The console shows signs of the veneer (sticker - which I have a replacement) peeling slightly due to age. The car has the optional Hurst Dual Gate controlling the original Turbo 400 transmission.



Paint - This car is very solid. I believe it has had one repaint during its lifetime. It has a few blemishes and bumps but nothing major in any way. There two small places where the paint has bubbled. I have owned the car 16 years and received it in this condition, if any corrosion were going to happen it would have happened by now. There are two places on the right front quarter panel where the paint is chipped. The car has never seen snow and rarely even rain, always been kept garaged and covered.



Chrome - Overall the chrome is in excellent shape. The bumpers show the perils of being a daily driver during part of its life.



Undercarriage - was undercoated from the factory and has not been touched. The frame and floors are rock solid with no rust. The gas tank is original, never being off the car. The car has new 2 1/2 inch exhaust with Flowmaster 40s. The car has headers, but included in the sale are the original cast iron exhaust manifolds. They can be seen in the pictures of the trunk. These were media blasted and painted in high heat grey. They were also extrude honed to clean up the air flow. I must stress they are original to the car.



Suspension - has been redone including new ball joints, shocks, springs and tires. The rear end is stock with a 3.90 gear set from the factory. The rear diff cover has never been off. The brakes were redone using stock components. They are four wheel drum and stop very well.



Engine - is as bone stock as they come. It is a 335 horse 400. The Quadrajet, intake, distributor, pulleys, and heads, are all original to the car. There are no underhood components missing from the factory install. This car is complete. I had the engine rebuilt 5000 miles ago by a professional rebuilder and it runs like factory. No issues here. The car starts, runs and idles like it was new. When the engine was rebuilt the heads were treated to a valve job including hardened valve seats for use with todayís lead free fuel. I have the original air cleaner and it will come with the car. It is in excellent condition as well. The radiator was reconditioned during this time. As you can see, the correct fan shroud is in place. There is nothing missing from this car. The original flywheel was replaced last year. It failed resulting in a half moon being clipped out of it by the starter due to age.



Transmission - is the correct and original Turbo 400 that came with the car. It was treated to a rebuild and a shift improver kit when the engine was rebuilt. It also has 5000 miles on it since being rebuilt. The shifts are crisp and solid.



The Body Tag decodes as follows:



ST 67-242217






17=2 door hardtop

BF=Fremont California

220=interior code (turquoise)

K=lower paint (Gulf Turquoise Metallic)

K=same as above

01236=sequential unit number



Mileage - Since the engine was rebuilt, the engine and transmission have approximately 5000 miles on them. The new suspension components, exhaust, and tires have even less.



In conclusion, what we have here is a very original 1967 GTO. Driving it in this original condition is like a flashback to the 1960's. The new owner has the choice to restore it to concourse condition, or drive it across the country. It is that dependable. I must stress that this car has a rebuilt engine and transmission that run perfectly. It also has new tires, ball joints, springs, shocks, exhaust, and a rebuilt original radiator. This car is a driver and a great candidate for a complete restoration. It is missing nothing that it didnít roll off the assembly line with or in this case, without. That would be the heater delete. Good luck bidding!

Sale transaction:

This car is being sold in "AS IS WHERE IS CONDITION WITH NO WARRANTIES IMPLIED". Buyer is responsible for all shipping, taxes, duties and insurance coverage. I reserve the right to end the auction early, in case I get a local cash buyer. Please only bid if you are serious, this is a legal and enforceable contract. Please email questions or call Don at 815.258.1525. A $1000.00 Paypal Deposit is required within 24 hrs. of auction close and payment in full within 7 days. Balance can be paid in cash, cashier's check or wire transfer. All funds must clear before title and car are released. Your bank will be contacted to verify funds and authenticity of cashier's check.

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