1967 Pontiac GTO Restomod

1967 Pontiac GTO

Technical specifications of Pontiac GTO 1967

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Item location: Edmond, Oklahoma, United States
Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO
Type: Coupe
Trim: GTO
Year: 1967
Mileage: 5,000
VIN: 237377N100001
Fuel: Gasoline
Drive type: Automatic
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1967 Pontiac GTO Restomod Clone for sale. This is one of the best looking GTOs you will EVER see! Absolutely everything has been done to this car to make it exactly like The Great One. only with the added modern flair… I've owned the car for seven years and have overseen the entire transformation. It has been featured in Fast N' Loud's 2014 national commercial. as well as several other television spots… Here is a list of everything that has been done to the car… -Custom paint job performed by Platinum Motorsports in Los Angeles. CA (If you don't know who they are. look them up) -Front and year bumpers. door handles. front and rear tail light covers. as well as all emblems were powder coated satin black by Platinum Motorsports -Pontiac 400 motor custom built by Tyree Smith of Tytech Performance in Lewisburg. TN (If you don't know who this guy is. look him up) Motor has less than 5. 00 miles on it -Automatic transmission was rebuilt at the same time as the engine build -Doug's Aluminum Headers -Aluminum Radiator -Electric fan that actually keeps the motor at 160-180 degrees all day long! Anyone who knows GTOs. knows that they like to run hot… It took me forever to find the right fan. but this one is designed for semi truck engines. and it does the trick!… -Edelbrock RPM Aluminum Heads -Custom built Eibach springs installed at the Eibach factory in Corona. CA -New Shocks -Optimum Red Top Battery -K&N Air Filter -Autometer American Muscle Series Guages (Look Them Up) -Custom built faux wood grain dash -Push button ignition along with passive keyless entry (car automatically unlocks when you walk up to it) -Retrosound stereo -B&M Ratchet Shifter -New Carpet -American Racing Torque Thrust II Wheels -Car needs new tires… Tread is still good. but rubber is beginning to crack -There are also some small scratches on the windows; I would recommend replacing them at some point if you want the car to look absolutely perfect. You will be hard pressed to find a cooler looking classic car on the road. I promise… I will probably hate myself for selling this in five years. but I just moved into a house that doesn't have a garage long enough to fit her 18 feet. and there is NO WAY she's getting left outside.

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