This 1967 Pontiac GTO hardtop coupe was assembled in the Fremont, California plant and delivered by Pat Clark Pontiac, Las Vegas to its original owner in Las Vegas on June 5, 1967. The GTO is finished in a one-year color, Linden Green (H), over a Parchment interior with a Cordova black vinyl top. Power comes from a totally rebuilt and modified 400c.i. V8 built to 461c.i stroker specifications mated to a rebuilt factory Muncie M20 4-speed manual transmission with an M22 gear set.
Reportedly, the GTO has had 3 previous owners including the original Las Vegas owner who had possession of the car for over 40 years. It has spent its entire life in dry California and Nevada. The current owner has had the GTO since July, 2012 adding fewer than 5,000 miles during his ownership.
Decoding the under-hood cowl tag yields the following information:
- ST67 24217 – GTO 2 dr. hardtop coupe
- BF – Fremont, CA assembly plant
- TR 224 – Parchment interior
- H – Linden Green (not shown on trim tag but supported by PHS docs)
- 11D – Built 4th week of November
The car was produced with the following options, all of which remain in place and are documented with a PHS window sticker, build sheet, and original Protect-O-Plate.
- Air Conditioning
- 4-speed Transmission
- Front Disk Brakes
- Power Steering
- Cordova Black Vinyl Top
- AM/FM Radio
- Driver’s Side Mirror With Remote
- Front & Rear Seat Belts
- Instrument Cluster & Tachometer With Rally Gauge Console
- Soft Ray Glass
Upgrades completed by the current owner include the addition of 14″ GTO Rallye wheels (an option on the ’67 GTO), added rear anti-roll bar, upgrade to the air conditioning system to R134a. Stock features include a dual exhaust system, a Hurst shifter, a factory issued AM/FM radio, in-dash tachometer, rally gauges, and functional factory air conditioning. The GTO is now offered with the original Protect-O-Plate and original owner’s manual, service records, Pontiac Historical Service documents, original factory brochures from 1967, copy of original bill of sale from the selling dealer to the original owner and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
Finished from the factory in Linden Green (H), a one-year 1967 GTO color, the car was repainted in the factory color during prior ownership and features chrome bumpers, headlight surrounds, and sill guards as well as dual polished exhaust outlets. Minor surface scratches are noted on the lower rear bumper along with slight damage to the driver door edge caused by an improper installation of the door edge guard. Photos of the exterior of the car can be seen in the gallery.
14″ Rallye-style wheels fitted with 235/60/14(f); 245/60/14(r) BFGoodrich radial tires that were installed during the restoration.
The cabin is finished in its original factory color of Parchment with color coordinated door panels, headliner, and black carpet covered by logo GTO floor mats. Additional appointments include factory lap belts front and rear, crank windows and vent windows, soft ray glass, and a Hurst shifter lever.
Instrumentation ahead of the driver includes a 120-mph speedometer and an 8k-rpm tachometer, factory functioning stock AM/FM radio and optional rally gauge package including oil pressure, water temperature, and battery gauges. The five-digit odometer shows just under 3,751 miles with the major mechanical work being completed at 2,658 miles, fewer than 1K miles ago. Total mileage is unknown.
The trunk is very tidy and includes a period correct Firestone Wide-Oval SuperSports spare tire, jack and lug wrench. There are no signs of rust, current or previous damage to the floor, rear supports, or rear end. Taillights are original showing some signs of hairline cracks.
The GTO received a comprehensive engine and transmission rebuild, completed in late 2014 and is supported by machine shop and parts receipts. At the time of the engine and transmission rebuild the car received a new clutch, starter, complete tune, oil service (proper break-in) and other related work.
A summary of the mechanical rebuild is as follows:
- 400c.i sourced from a 1970 with casting # 979914 produced by Pontiac on 6/22/70 and from a 1970 GTO Ram Air III
- Bored and stroked 461c.i., balanced & blueprinted, stock heads (#64) ported 65cc
- 9:0 to 1 compression, runs on premium fuel
- Balanced rotating assemblies, forged steel crank & camshaft, full roller rocker valve assembly with Lunati springs, Ferrea stainless steel valves
- Lunati Competition Camshaft & Voodoo Roller Rocker Camshaft 270/278
- Edelbrock Aluminum Performer Intake #2156
- Exhaust manifold RM-1 ported Ram Air style from RARE performance
- Holley 770cfm Avenger street carburetor #n80770
The engine compartment is highly detailed and in stock configuration. The car is equipped with a dual exhaust system featuring twin mufflers with chrome tips. Additional photos of the clean underside can be viewed in the listing.
Completely rebuilt factory Muncie M20 4-speed transmission with Hurst shifter and rebuilt with M22 gear sets.
Original rebuilt differential with 3:23 ratio.
The suspension was rebuilt at time of restoration to factory spec with the addition of rear adjustable air-shocks. The current owner fitted an anti-roll bar which was not an option on the GTO but was available on the sister vehicle, the Olds 442.
Factory optioned front disc brakes and rear drums were rebuilt at the time of the restoration and are in excellent working order.