Specs

Engine b
Engine
389 V8
Transmission b
Transmission
2 Speed Automatic
Mileage b
Mileage
83,255
Exterior b
Exterior
Martinique Bronze Poly
Interior b
Interior
Black
Stock b
Stock
344C

Highlights

  • Gran Turismo Omologato
  • Ice Cold Air Conditioning
  • Unique Color
  • Runs Great!

Description

Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is pleased to offer this honest 1966 Pontiac GTO. The first-gen GTO's were manufactured by Pontiac from 1963 to 1974. The GTO became a separate Pontiac model (model number 242) in 1966, instead of being an "option package" on the Tempest LeMans. The entire GM "A" body intermediate line was restyled in 1966, gaining more curvaceous styling with kicked-up rear ...

Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is pleased to offer this honest 1966 Pontiac GTO. The first-gen GTO's were manufactured by Pontiac from 1963 to 1974. The GTO became a separate Pontiac model (model number 242) in 1966, instead of being an "option package" on the Tempest LeMans. The entire GM "A" body intermediate line was restyled in 1966, gaining more curvaceous styling with kicked-up rear fender lines for a "Coke-bottle" look, and a slightly "tunneled" backlight. The tail light featured a louvered cover, only seen on the GTO. This honest GTO is stated by the seller to be numbers matching and is equipped with ice-cold air conditioning! This 1966 Pontiac GTO is finished in the unique Martinique Bronze Poly over Black vinyl interior. Under the hood lies the peppy 389c.i. V8 backed by a 2-speed Automatic Super HydraMatic transmission. It appears the engine is a YS block (389/335) and the intake/ carb has been replaced with a more modern setup. It is no secret the Pontiac GTO has skyrocketed in popularity and some fetch upward over $100k. This is a fantastic opportunity to obtain an honest muscle car to bring back to its original luster or take to the next level. Inquire today.

Phone:
770-738-7111

Address:
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday - 9-5
Saturday- 9-3
Sunday - Closed

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