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This is a very nice 1966 Pontiac GTO 2 Dr hardtop that is powered by Pontiacs famous '67 400 cubic inch engine and a '66 Pontiac Tri-Power carburetor set up. This GTO has the correct center console which houses the standard shifter for the 3 speed TH 350 automatic transmission, which transfers the power to the rear wheels. The transmission shifts easily and the torquey 400 pulls it around with the kind of enthusiasm you’d expect from a GTO with dual exhaust. Mechanically this car is very sound, the brakes steering and transmission all function as they are supposed to. With only 89,935 miles on the car, the rebuilt engine was recently refreshed with gaskets and seals and a full clean up to be ready for show, and it runs great—this is not your run-of-the-mill trailer queen. The exterior of this car is very straight and solid. There are no rust issues and the car still wears its original factory fenders with all the correct stampings. Frame is solid with no issues. The car came from the factory with a "Martinique Bronze" metallic and was repainted to the factory color. The “Cordova Black” vinyl top was replaced. The Bronze interior has also been replaced with a new interior giving the car a beautiful look from exterior to interior. Lots of fun to drive and eye catching to boot. This GTO gets everything right and has no needs. If you want the best, this might be it, all at a price that’s a fraction of the cost to get it there!

 

$46,900

Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions

 

 

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1 hour ago, Hilltop said:

This is a very nice 1966 Pontiac GTO 2 Dr hardtop that is powered by Pontiacs famous '67 400 cubic inch engine and a '66 Pontiac Tri-Power carburetor set up. This GTO has the correct center console which houses the standard shifter for the 3 speed TH 350 automatic transmission, which transfers the power to the rear wheels. The transmission shifts easily and the torquey 400 pulls it around with the kind of enthusiasm you’d expect from a GTO with dual exhaust. Mechanically this car is very sound, the brakes steering and transmission all function as they are supposed to. With only 89,935 miles on the car, the rebuilt engine was recently refreshed with gaskets and seals and a full clean up to be ready for show, and it runs great—this is not your run-of-the-mill trailer queen. The exterior of this car is very straight and solid. There are no rust issues and the car still wears its original factory fenders with all the correct stampings. Frame is solid with no issues. The car came from the factory with a "Martinique Bronze" metallic and was repainted to the factory color. The “Cordova Black” vinyl top was replaced. The Bronze interior has also been replaced with a new interior giving the car a beautiful look from exterior to interior. Lots of fun to drive and eye catching to boot. This truck gets everything right and has no needs. If you want the best, this might be it, all at a price that’s a fraction of the cost to get it there!

 

 

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And in the second to last sentence, you left the "truck" in from a previous ad. 

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