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1967 Pontiac GTO 4-Speed

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$62,500

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1967 Pontiac GTO 4-Speed

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1967 Pontiac GTO 4-Speed

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1967 Pontiac GTO 4-Speed

Winning Bid: $62,500 (USD) by: JimmyMac49

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Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

242177Z109511

Location:

Pleasanton, California

Odometer:

3,744 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12916409

Engine:

400ci V8

Seller:

Transmission:

Manual

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Winning Bid: $62,500 (USD) by: JimmyMac49

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

242177Z109511

Location:

Pleasanton, California

Odometer:

3,744 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12916409

Engine:

400ci V8

Seller:

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1967 Pontiac GTO two-door hardtop is accompanied by Pontiac Historical Services documentation, having undergone a factory-correct comprehensive restoration and powered by a rebuilt, modified 400ci V8 paired with a Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission. This GTO was assembled in Fremont, California and first sold by Pat Clark Pontiac in Las Vegas, Nevada to its original owner in June 1967 who retained it for its first 40 years. Equipment includes front disc brakes, air conditioning, and a Hurst shift lever. Finished in a one-year-only color of Linden Green with a black vinyl top over a Parchment interior, this GTO is now offered with a Pontiac Historical Services window sticker, an owner’s manual, service records, a build sheet, a Protect-O-Plate, a copy of the original bill of sale, and a clear California title in the seller’s name.

Initially debuting as an option package on the Pontiac LeMans, the GTO name became a standalone mid-sized muscle car beginning in 1966. This example from the subsequent year was refinished in a one-year-only shade of Linden Green (H) with a Cordova black vinyl top. The body finishes are reported to be rust-free as a southwest region car since new, and brightwork includes bumpers, side moldings, driver side mirror, and a polished dual exhaust system at the rear. The seller notes that minor surface scratches are noted on the lower rear bumper along with slight damage to the driver door edge caused by improper installation of the door edge guard. The taillights are original and demonstrate some hairline cracking. Detailed photos of the exterior can be seen in the carousel.

Rallye-style 14” GTO wheels are wrapped in BFGoodrich Radial T/A raised-white-letter 235/60 tires up front and 245/60 in the rear. Braking is handled by factory-equipment front disc and rear drum brakes, and steering is power-assisted. The suspension was rebuilt at the time of restoration is upgraded with a rear anti-toll bar and adjustable rear air shocks.

The interior is fitted with Parchment bucket seats, with color-coordinated door panels, headliner, and black carpeting covered by GTO-logo floor mats. There are factory lap belts both front and rear, and additional amenities include wing windows, R134a air conditioning, a push-button AM/FM radio, Soft Ray tinted glass, a Hurst shift lever, and woodgrain trim. The trunk is in good condition and contains a period-correct Firestone Wide Oval spare tire, along with associated equipment.

Instrumentation includes a 120-mph speedometer, an 8k-rpm tachometer, and a Rallye gauge package with readouts for oil pressure, coolant temperature, and voltage. The five-digit mechanical odometer reads 3k miles, although true mileage on the chassis is unknown. The current owner has added fewer than 5,000 miles during nine years of ownership and fewer than 1,000 miles since mechanical overhaul.

The replacement 400ci V8 was sourced from a 1970 GTO and bears casting number 979914, residing in a fully dressed engine bay. The powerplant received a comprehensive rebuild, balance, and blueprinting to 461ci stroker specifications with stock heads ported to 65cc, completed in 2014 and supported by receipts and documentation. A new clutch and starter were installed at the same time, and a tune-up and oil service were performed. The motor has features including 9:0 to 1 compression, and has balanced rotating assemblies, a forged steel crank and camshaft, full rocker valve assembly with Lunati springs, an Edelbrock Performer intake, Lunati competition camshaft, Voodoo roller rocker camshaft, a ram air-style exhaust manifold, a Holley 770-cfm Avenger carburetor, and Ferrea stainless-steel valves. Power is fed to the rear wheels via a rebuilt Muncie M21 4-speed manual transmission with an M22 gear set and a rebuilt rear differential with a 3:23 ratio.

Photos showing the underside are available in the carousel.

The sale includes the Protect-O-Plate and a copy of the original bill of sale. 

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Comments & Questions

September 28, 2021
09:25 AM
Seller

@MarkSut – Are there any engine or drive train leaks? ...

There are no driveline leaks. One small oil drip after the car has been sitting since Thursday when it was taken for a drive. Nothing out of the ordinary. I added a photo of the drip under the car with this same message but it hasn't posted yet. I think AutoHunter needs to review all photos before they post them.

September 28, 2021
09:09 AM
Seller

@MarkSut – Are there any engine or drive train leaks? ...

No drivetrain leaks. One small oil drip highlighted in picture. Taken 10 min ago, the GTO parked since Thursday after it was taken for a drive.

September 28, 2021
08:27 AM
Bidder

Are there any engine or drive train leaks?

September 28, 2021
07:09 AM
Seller

@mdt1961 – Does the owner have any of the original motor or it’s components that were removed? Thanks ...

The owner does not have the original motor. I reached out to confirm and he said he does have the intake manifold and Rochester that came off of the engine that was replaced.

September 27, 2021
10:56 AM
Bidder

Does the owner have any of the original motor or it’s components that were removed? Thanks

September 26, 2021
10:57 AM
Seller

@MJConner – Why does the current owner want to sell it now? ...

Good question @MJConner The owner is getting to the age where he wants to spend more time travelling with his wife and feels he doesn't have the time to enjoy and care for the GTO the way it should be. He understands that letting it sit around without appropriate exercise and care would be its ultimate downfall and wants to pass it on to the next caretaker before that has a chance to happen.

September 25, 2021
05:39 PM
Bidder

Why does the current owner want to sell it now?

September 21, 2021
09:43 PM
Seller

@9255501891 – Hello, is the vehicle available to be seen and driven, if so days and hours please. I am approx 45 minutes from where the photos and video were taken. Thank You ...

Thanks for reaching out. The GTO is in our Pleasanton CA showroom. Our business hours are 9-5 M-F. Please reach out to set up an appointment if you would like to view the car as there are times during the week that we are out of the office on client visits. You can look us up or the good folks @autohunter may be able to connect us. Thank you, Classic Cars Ltd.

September 21, 2021
04:04 PM

Hello, is the vehicle available to be seen and driven, if so days and hours please. I am approx 45 minutes from where the photos and video were taken. Thank You

September 21, 2021
08:08 AM
Seller

Welcome to the 67 GTO auction. I will be available to answer questions throughout the week. The GTO is available to be viewed at our showroom; Classic Cars Ltd. in Pleasanton, CA. If you would like to view the car or have it inspected, please do so prior to the end of the auction and allow 24 hours notice. A little more detail on this GTO... This is definitely one of the more unique GTO's out there given the one year color of Linden Green, factory AC and 4-speed. The current owner always wanted a GTO and in 1967 visited a Pontiac dealership in Santa Barbara and picked up the GTO brochure to plan his dream car (same brochures shown in photo gallery). 45 years later he realized his dream when he found this beautifully restored, fully documented GTO. Shortly after his purchase, the owner noticed the engine had developed a slight knock and being the perfectionist that he is, had it investigated and unfortunately had to replace the engine. He took the opportunity to make his GTO a little more unique by adding a little more bite to the tiger. All documentation for the engine upgrades can be found in the photo gallery. This car is one of the overall best driving stock restorations I have had the pleasure of driving. It is extremely solid, handles very well and runs/shifts very smooth. And it looks stunning! Again, feel free to reach out with any questions. Thank you, and good luck to the bidders!

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