1966 Pontiac GTO
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|Engine:||389 CID 4BBL|
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This 1966 Pontiac GTO has been owned by my family since it came off the factory floor. My father bought this car and drove it for approx. five years (not exclusively. he had another vehicle that he drove at that time). He then sold it to my maternal uncle for $500. My Uncle Ben owned it for several years during which time he drove it sparingly and extremely carefully (he is a very slow. cautious driver and also had another vehicle that he drove at the time). My Uncle then gave the car to my sister and she owned the car for 28 years. The vehicle has now come to me and with sadness. I am selling this vehicle. I have 3 grown daughters who have no interest in owning this car. This vehicle should go to an owner that will restore and truly enjoy it as it has been cherished by my family members and myself. The car has a clear title.
With the exception of the first four years. the car's life was spent in a dry. high altitude desert climate (southwestern US) which contributes to the minimal rust evident on the vehicle (it was garage parked and seldom driven). The odometer shows 53. 00 miles which I believe is the correct mileage as I can trace where the car was driven for the first five years (as I was in the backseat most of the time). The car was last registered and driven in 2014 and the alterations made to the car were made by my sister's ex-husband while he was married to my sister. The vehicle was relocated to the Dallas. Texas area two months ago and was immediately parked in my garage (and remains there). The car drives and is a joy to start up (there's no sound like it!). A short video is available for anyone wanting to view.
My husband (Ken) has summarized the following info about the car (as he is well versed in cars. having rebuilt trans am engines himself. years ago):
Drivetrain and Mechanical:Includes the full drive train (389 ci/4 bbl. automatic transmission and 3. 36 geared rear end). I don't know if the numbers are matching but no one in the family has mentioned any drivetrain replacements. The engine starts and runs well. there are no unusual sounds or smoke. The transmission shifts smoothly without slipping or jerking. While the steering has some slack the car turns smoothly and the wheel easily returns to the center position after a turn. Brakes and steering are both manual. The car came equipped with factory A/C but the compressor and associated parts have been removed. The good news is it appears everything removed was stored in the trunk ready for reassemble. Exterior:The sport coupe body is generally straight with good body panel gaps. Glass. chrome and trim are overall fair; however. some trim pieces are missing. The car's stance is stock and it sits level. The frame and undercarriage look good with no obvious signs of rust. I'd say the car has good bones. The only place there is clear rust damage is in the truck where the left rear of the trunk pan has rusted through. The car was originally Fontaine Blue; however. Uncle Ben had it painted maroon. Later it was repainted once again to a factory Reef Turquoise. There is evidence of bodywork being done on both front and rear; from the looks of it I think they were minor fender-benders. Overall the exterior looks good given the car's age.
Interior:The interior is blue with bucket seats in front and a rear bench seat; the center console includes the shifter for the automatic transmission and a console glove box. The interior does show the car's age and is unfortunately significantly deteriorated. An aftermarket radio has been installed in the dash and it appears there has been substantial rewiring. I had to remove the back seat to open the trunk (lost keys) and there were no surprises lurking under them. I didn't reinstall them so you could see how that area looks. I've also purchased a new matching GM key cylinder set. ignition. doors. glove and console boxes and trunk. The A/C ducts and regular glove box have been removed; however. all the parts seem to be retained and stored in the trunk.
If you would like additional pics (I can send) or additional information (Ken would gladly speak. email or text you - I know nothing about car mechanics) please contact us at any time. Please understand Ken would be able to converse with you only during certain times: weekends. evenings past 6PM or possibly during lunch time (CST).
Also:The car is sold as-is. There is no warranty. Delivery is the buyer's responsibility. All taxes. registration and fees are the buyer's responsibility. Thank you for having a look. Serious inquiries only. please.
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