A carefully restored head turner, this top-notch GTO mixes a massaged 421/4-speed drivetrain with sizzling red on black aesthetics! While this hopped-up GTO’s classic good looks originated in the mind of engineer John Z. DeLorean, it was a detailed, 12-year restoration that ensured those looks present better than ever before. During that thorough reboot, which was completed in late 2011, the car’s solid body was meticulously straightened around a new hood and a fresh pair of quarters. When that clean metalwork transitioned from the garage bay to the paint booth, modernist panels stretched a spectacular coat of DuPont Torch Red base under mirror-like clear. And today, this razor-sharp coupe is a first-class head turner that proves things of quality have no fear of time. Peek under the fully functional hood and you’ll find 421 cubic inches of Pontiac V8 that, according to this GTO’s owner, twist 468 horsepower into 552 lb./ft. of torque! That stout mill commands a Lakewood-shielded Muncie, which has been professionally rebuilt by The Gear Box of Garden City, Michigan. That tough torque slinger grinds power to a rebuilt GM 12-bolt, which spins a posi-trac differential around friendly, 3.08 gears. That drivetrain rides a heavy-duty suspension, which sandwiches polygraphite bushings, air bag helper springs and boxed rear control arms between front and rear sway bars. Traditional drum brakes are supplemented with nostalgic line-lock that, according to the car’s owner, has never been used. A familiar Saginaw steering box provides the turns. Oval, 3-inch exhaust pipes connect the aforementioned headers with an X-shaped crossover, welded Xlerator mufflers and polished side-splitter tips. And a quartet of Pontiac Rally Is spin Gillette CONCEPT redline tires. This awesome GTO is a fully documented, virtually timeless muscle car that features an ideal blend of performance and style. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.
Price in USD: 69900
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