You may or may not be North Carolina born and raised, but this quality, real-deal GTO is. Ok, it was bought and registered here, but this 1967 Pontiac GTO has the kind of perigee you’ll love to tell others…that is if you can get a word in while they’re looking over every inch of this meticulously restored V8 coupe. There are many reasons why you’re going to want to drive this GTO, but one of the main reasons is how good the paint looks. This is an exceptional re-spray of the factory Montreux Blue. It hits the sunlight and makes an amazing shine thanks to the panels that perfectly reflect the first-gen GTO’s Coke-bottle styling. Of course, everybody knew not to mess with the GTOs by ’67, so Pontiac gave it bold touches like the vertical stacked headlights, mesh grille, big chrome bumpers, hood scoop, and narrow sporty taillights shared with the best Pontiacs on the road. As you can tell from the pictures, all of these features are standouts because they look as good as when this left the factory nearly a quarter century ago. You even get the correct Rally II wheels with PMD centercaps.
See listing: 1967 Pontiac GTO (from March 8, 2016)