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1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible 4-Speed

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$38,000

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1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible 4-Speed

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1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible 4-Speed

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1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible 4-Speed

High Bidder:  Trypower

Auction Type:  Reserve

Highest Bid: $38,000 (USD)
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$527.59*/month for 96 months at 7.50% APR *Financing estimate provided by Woodside Credit


Chassis/VIN:

242676B115962

Location:

Canton, Ohio

Odometer:

98,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

22370326

Engine:

389ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

Highest Bid: $38,000 (USD) Reserve Not Met

$527.59*/month for 96 months at 7.50% APR *Financing estimate provided by Woodside Credit

High Bidder:  Trypower

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

242676B115962

Location:

Canton, Ohio

Odometer:

98,000 (Mi)

Lot Number:

22370326

Engine:

389ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1966 Pontiac GTO convertible was put through a frame-off restoration. It was sold new at A.W. Golden Pontiac in Reading, Pennsylvania and spent the majority of its life in that area. Fewer than 1,000 miles have been put on the rebuilt, reportedly numbers-matching 389ci V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. Equipment includes Rally wheels on newer redline tires, a dual exhaust system, woodgrain interior accents, and an AM radio. Refinished in Cameo Ivory with a black cloth retractable top over a black vinyl interior, this first-generation GTO is now offered by the selling dealer with the car’s uninstalled original automatic transmission, an owner’s manual, a license plate frame, documentation, and a clear Ohio title.

Initially classified as an optional trim package on the Pontiac Tempest LeMans in 1964, the GTO became a standalone model beginning in model year 1966 using the General Motors A-body platform. Body styles included coupe, hardtop, and convertible variants with an industry-first plastic front grille. This 1966 GTO convertible was the recipient of a frame-off restoration around 2012 and was repainted in its original Cameo Ivory (C). A replacement black cloth retractable top was added and the surrounding brightwork was replaced or refinished. Features include quad stacked headlights, a hood scoop, rocker moldings, louvered taillights, and dual polished exhaust outlets.

Silver 14-inch steel Rally I wheels with chrome rings are wrapped in newer redline tires. Steering and braking are both power-assisted.

The interior is furnished with black vinyl low-back bucket front seating and bench rear seating along with black door panels, dash, and carpeting. Amenities include a tinted windshield, an AM push-button radio, and a wood-rimmed steering wheel.

Instrumentation is set within a woodgrain veneer bezel and includes a 120-mph speedometer and auxiliary gauges. The five-digit mechanical odometer reads 98K miles which the selling dealer asserts is a true reading.

The reportedly numbers-matching 389ci V8 has accrued approximately 1,000 miles since being rebuilt and upgraded from the original four-barrel carburetor setup to a tri-power layout. Power is transferred to the rear wheels via a floor-shifted 4-speed manual transmission which replaced the car’s original automatic transmission. The uninstalled automatic is included with the sale.

Photos showing the condition of the underbody are available in the gallery to the right.

The sale includes the car’s uninstalled original automatic transmission, an owner’s manual, a license plate frame from the original selling dealer, and documentation.

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Comments & Questions

June 09, 2022
11:49 AM
Bidder

Ready to make a final bid. Need previously asked questions answered. Don't think this is a frame off at any time, unless its been really driven in the midwest winters. See some work on the core support , but? Interested, need more info

June 09, 2022
11:40 AM
Bidder

does the original console come with the automatic and the original intake and carb?

June 09, 2022
09:25 AM

BID: $38,000

June 09, 2022
04:53 AM

Body work would be suspect. Also in converting to the 3 deuces set up one would not use worm hose clamps as you should use tower style clamps.

June 09, 2022
04:49 AM

BID: $35,500

June 04, 2022
06:53 AM

The term “frame off restoration” means different things to different people. The car community needs to have a better classification system to define restoration work.

June 03, 2022
06:31 AM

BID: $35,000

June 03, 2022
04:14 AM

BID: $30,250

June 02, 2022
09:30 PM

BID: $30,000

June 02, 2022
04:18 PM

BID: $26,750

June 02, 2022
04:02 PM

BID: $26,500

June 02, 2022
02:54 PM

BID: $26,000

June 02, 2022
02:53 PM

BID: $25,500

June 02, 2022
12:04 PM

BID: $25,000

June 02, 2022
08:31 AM

BID: $11,000

June 02, 2022
07:45 AM

BID: $10,500

June 02, 2022
07:38 AM

Passenger door looks proud at lower rear edge. How much rust work was done as part of restoration?

June 02, 2022
06:36 AM

BID: $10,000

June 02, 2022
06:29 AM

BID: $7,000

June 02, 2022
05:13 AM

BID: $5,000

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