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1966 Pontiac Gto 2dr Hardtop, 4 Speed Manual, Rare Bw Code Exterior Color on 2040-cars

Year:1966 Mileage:99000

Gresham, Oregon, United States

Gresham, Oregon, United States

This GTO will make a new owner interested in restoring it to its natural beauty is certainly a worthwhile Project.       It began its life in Fremont California and was sold by a Pontiac Dealer in San Francisco.      Copies of the PHS Documents accompany this sale.        It appears to have lived its life on the West coast as it still has the California Black license plate.      Car is presently in Portland Oregon.      I have only seen one 1966 GTO with the Color code BW which is a Dark Blue Charcoal lower portion and a Platinum upper color.     The elegance of that color is like looking at a Rolls-Royce which uses a lot of the dark/light combinations.        After seeing it on a GTO for the first time, I immediately became a fan.     Over the years, this GTO,  has been rode hard and put away wet, so to speak, by a bunch of dreamers.     I purchased the car out of Western Washington which is hot and dry climate, though I do not know how long it was there.       My reason for buying it was to part it out for my other projects, seeing as how it was t-boned in the passenger side rear.         After reviewing the the total car, I do not feel it is a candidate for destruction.      I have talked to several auto body guys and they agree that it can be readily repaired without using a quarter panel or a donor body.     The GTO has solid floors including the trunk.      The Frame is solid and has light surface rust in expected areas.         The T-boned right frame rail extension will need straightened or replaced.    The tail light housings are still good and possibly both the lens are good , one for sure, but right side grill covering lens is toast.      

The Hood, passenger fender, doors, all glass, bumper, most chrome pieces, grills, header panel, core support, inner fender wells, head light housings and bezels, roof section, driver rear quarter, major frame rails, cowl section, steering wheel chrome, rear end, front bumper, gas tank are all good usable parts, plus many more not mentioned, considering the age of most of those items.    Note the passenger door main window is missing, the the internal working parts are all intact.      

Originally the GTO came with options that have been removed or replaced.    The passenger reclining seat, Rally wheels, 3;55 safe-track rear end ( now has a 3:25) (not sure about safety track working), radio, speakers, original WT motor and 4 speed transmission are not there.  Presently has a non original Pontiac V 8 motor with a automatic transmission that is dropped in the slot.     Have no history on motor or transmission, and assume they do not run.         The manual pedals are still in place.     All of those missing items are available to purchase in most cases.     Might take some doing to get a reclining passenger seat.        The Drivers fender is toast.      A portion of the rear window side piece has been removed as shown in the pictures and I do not have a clue.        Needs to be repaired. 

Those of you that are interested, and have questions, may contact me either through this posting or call me 360-773-3887 ask for RD.
Please do not bid if you do not intend to purchase this GTO.        GTO sold as is, where is and seller will assist in loading when picked up. Seller has 60 days to remove vehicle after purchase is complete.     Can be delivered locally or taken to a pickup spot in the Portland, Oregon area, as the large auto transporting trucks can not make the turns to get to the location of the GTO.     Reserve is low and based on value of parts replacement.       GOOD LUCK on this GREAT FIND!      

Down payment of $500.00, non-refundable, due within 5 business days.         Down payment by US postal Money order, cashiers check, or other agreed forms of payment.   Down payment only through Paypal is acceptable.       Balance due within 10 days of receipt of down payment confirmation by Email or other arrangements between seller and Buyer.       Reviewing of the GTO is available to all who wish the look at it.        No review of the GTO allowed once prospective buyer submits a bid.     Seller has represented this GTO to his best knowlege.                      

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