This 1967 Pontiac GTO hardtop coupe is finished in Signet Gold over a gold vinyl interior and powered by a replacement 400ci V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission. Equipment includes 15″ Rallye II wheels, chrome bumpers and trim, a dual exhaust system, a Centerforce clutch, Quickor Garage sway bars, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, and an AM/FM cassette stereo. The car underwent refurbishments in 1997 and 2004 and was subsequently acquired by the current owner. Work carried out in anticipation of the sale consisted of flushing the brake fluid, performing an oil change, and replacing the battery, air filter, steering wheel, and horn button. This GTO is now offered on dealer consignment with partial service records and a clean Oregon title.
The car was painted red during previous ownership and returned to the factory Signet Gold during a refurbishment in 1997. Equipment includes dual side mirrors, a fender-mounted antenna, and chrome bumpers, headlight surrounds, and sill guards.
15″ Rallye II wheels are wrapped in 235/60 Cooper Cobra Radial GT tires. Aftermarket Quickor Garage front and rear sway bars have been added, and braking is handled by front discs and rear drums. The brake fluid was recently flushed.
The interior was reupholstered in the factory gold vinyl and features a matching dashboard, door panels, and replacement carpets. The car is equipped with front bucket seats, faux-wood trim, rubber mats, a locking glove box, and an aftermarket Nextar AM/FM cassette stereo.
A replacement three-spoke steering wheel fronts a 120-mph speedometer, a tachometer with a 5,100-rpm redline, a quartz clock, and auxiliary gauges. The five-digit odometer shows 72k miles, though the total mileage is unknown.
The replacement 400ci V8 sourced from a 1970 GTO was rebuilt and installed in 1998. Equipment includes an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, chrome valve covers, and a 400-4 air cleaner cover. Work carried out in anticipation of the sale consisted of replacing the battery and air filter as well as performing an oil change.
Records indicate that the four-speed manual transmission was rebuilt in July 2015 and fitted with a Centerforce clutch. A replacement dual exhaust system has also been added, and additional photos of the underside are provided in the image gallery.
The cowl tag decodes as follows:
- 03B – Second week of March production
- 67 – Model year (1967)
- 24217 – GTO hardtop
- PON – Pontiac, Michigan production plant
- 221-B – Gold vinyl upholstery
- G – Signet Gold exterior
A handful of photos from the refurbishment process are provided in the gallery.