26 May Well documented Show n Go: 1965 Pontiac GTO
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You are looking at a small piece of American automotive history. The G.T.O. is considered by many Pontiac aficionados to be the first muscle car.
This G.T.O was discovered in Arkansas and, after being documented with the Pontiac Historical Society, the car received a 4 year total frame off nut and bolt restoration which was completed in 2006. This is no ‘trailer queen’ and has accumulated over 14,000 miles while attending many car shows.
Fact: Original numbers matching P.H.S. documented automobile.
Engine: Stock 389 c.i. V8, 360 HP.
Body Style: ‘A ‘ Body 2 door convertible in original Montero Red with black top and black interior.
Features: Original G.T.O. 4-speed Tri-Power Hurst equipped vehicle with all available G.T.O. options.
Awards: Canadian International Auto Show – 2010 Cruise Nationals – top 10 winner Cobble Beach 2015 Concours d’Elegance
Affiliations: Classic G.T.O. club of Ontario, Aurora Classic & Custom Car Club
Owner: Larry Withall, Pickering Ontario[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]