1968 Pontiac GTO

Pontiac GTO . 400 4bbl, dual gate transmission, power steering, brakes, windows, antenna. Car has a wood wheel with tilt option, and a working clock. Rally II wheels on red line tires. Car also has rear air shocks, and  A/C that was converted to R134 when I bought the car, but is not blowing cold now. the heater is not working the car came from Florida. Car has a  magnaflow exhaust, it's a bit louder than stock. The engine has been completely rebuilt and runs as new. about 600 miles on rebuild. The intake manifold had a hairline crack, one from 1969 was used, the original one is in the trunk, as seen in picture. Car was originally April gold but now is Verdero green I bought the car as seen in the pics. When I bought it, it was described as a show car, It is not a show car, but a nice daily driver. There is a paint chip an the drivers door, (thanks to my grandson) and on the front bumper, (thanks to my son he hit a turkey, or as he says the turkey hit him, feathers and blood everywhere) and also at the bottom of the drivers door there is a paint bubble (my show car came with it). Also the drivers side window I assume is not correctly on its track, the back of the window does not completely raise. Dash lights worked, but are not now. Car has an older working cassette deck with remote in glove box, which I believe only plays through the rear speakers. There are two toggle switches in glovebox, I was told one would work the original radio, but if it does I could never figure it out. You will hear more exhaust sound than radio anyway. I have put close to $9,000 into this car which is not reflected in the asking price. My starting price is what I paid for the car. I have given you an honest description of this car, and if there are any questions please ask.

Price $ 27,500 OBO

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Rutand, Massachusetts USA
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