1967 Pontiac GTO Convertible/4-Speed
COLLECTOR-GRADE, METICULOUS RESTORATION
FACTORY BURGUNDY OVER BLACK BUCKET SEATS
FACTORY-SPECIFIED IVORY CONVERTIBLE TOP
335 HP 400 CI V-8 ENGINE W/ RARE 4-SPEED MANUAL
INCLUDES ALL FACTORY MANUALS & OWNERSHIP HISTORY
ORIGINAL WINDOW STICKER, BILL OF SALE, WARRANTY BOOKLET
PROTECT-O-PLATE, ORIGINAL SALES BOOKLET, 2 KEYS & DEALER KEY TAG
FRESHLY SERVICED, DETAILED, READY TO ENJOY!
Having narrowly escaped extinction during the mid-1950s, General Motors Pontiac division rose to third place in American sales rankings by 1962 and held that position through 1969 with "Wide-Track" swagger and industry-leading performance. The instantly legendary GTO arrived for 1964, combining the mid-size Tempest with a 389 cubic inch powerplant and a wide array of go-fast goodies to captivate Americas fast-growing youth market. Named GTO denoting Gran Turismo Omologato, the new Pontiac took a cheeky swipe at Ferrari's megabuck GT racer of the time. The comprehensive GTO was a startling value and much more than the sum of its parts, being a very well-integrated package of engine, braking, drivetrain, suspension, and appearance features. Sales were overwhelming for 1964 versus the most optimistic forecasts. Mild styling updates for 1965 were expanded into the definitive Coke bottle body style of 1966-67. The GTOs popularity was so great that it spurred product planners to list the GTO as a separate Pontiac model beginning in 1966. Revised tail lamps and an increase in engine displacement to 400 cubes were the major updates for the 1967 GTO, which made the great basic car even better than before. It remains an undisputed collector favorite today.
Documented by PHS Automotive Services, this stunning Pontiac GTO is one of just 9,517 convertibles built for 1967. Handsomely restored, it is finished in its factory-specified colors including Burgundy paint, Black upholstery and an Ivory convertible top. This GTO features a 335-horsepower, 400 CI V-8 engine and very desirable 4-speed manual transmission. Accompanied by the original window sticker, this GTO was assembled in Pontiac, Michigan and delivered new to Sam Swope Pontiac, Inc. of Louisville, Kentucky. Additional factory features and options included a pushbutton AM radio, rear-seat speaker, custom wheel discs, power brakes, and a Soft-Ray tinted windshield. Documents are impressive and in addition to the original window sticker, they include the original bill of sale, warranty booklet, Protect-O-Plate, all factory-issued books/manuals, and ownership history, plus the original sales booklet, both keys, and even the original dealer key tag. Freshly serviced and detailed, this rare 4-speed 1967 Pontiac GTO Convertible is an outstanding find and ready to collect, show, and enjoy. See it for yourself, get full details, and make it yours today!