Early Pontiac GTOs remain at the very top of the muscle car hierarchy, and this gorgeous 1966 GTO hardtop shows off a very careful restoration of a very solid, original car. The GTO is one of the few muscle cars that can also be considered elegant. While they were great at tearing up tracks all over the country, they were equally adept at carrying executives to the office and showing up at exclusive nightspots for front-row parking. The code P Barrier Blue paint and Black Vinyl top only enhance that image, applied over a laser-straight body that any car guy can recognize from 100 yards away. Stripped down to its bare essentials and rebuilt from there, it's the kind of car that only gets more attractive the more you look at it. Modern paints provide a great shine, but that only comes with hours of intensive hand labor, but nobody will argue that the results aren't worth it, because this car looks absolutely stunning. As you'd expect of a car like this, the chrome and trim were restored and show well. Few interiors are more inviting than the GTO's, and with correct 223 Black Vinyl bucket seats and a center console, it emphasizes the Goat's dual nature and yes, that's a 4-speed Hurst shifter sticking out of the center console. The engine is the correct WT 389 V8 with the proper coding and is bolted to the correct 4 speed manual transmission. Pontiac Turquoise contrasts nicely with chrome valve covers and air cleaner. Stock PMD wheels with polished trim rings are framed by period correct F70-14 Redline tires. This is a high-quality GTO that runs and drives superbly. Don’t Miss Out!!! CALL NOW Adam (716)830-6064 Cell Or (716)675-0424 Office
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