GTO

GT-Woah! Numbers-Matching 1965 Pontiac GTO Time Capsule

I love cars like this; I refer to them as ‘honest.’ There’s no trying to put lipstick on a pig with a bad paint job that looks good at 10 feet. There’s no long, useless description that conveys generic,… more»

Burgundy Beauty: 1967 Pontiac GTO

I was ten when the restyled GTO hit the streets in 1965 with its stacked headlights (leaning slightly forward), split grille, fake hood scoop, wraparound taillights, and dual exhausts. It’s my favorite year of GTO styling, but the restyled,… more»

Original Paint: 1969 Pontiac GTO

We all dream of locating a desirable one-owner classic that is unmolested, and that’s what the seller of this 1969 Pontiac GTO found while attending an estate sale around two years ago. They became the car’s second owner, revived… more»

Nordic Blue Warrior: 1968 Pontiac GTO

GM introduced its new A body style in 1968 and the GTO was selected as the Motor Trend Car of the Year. This example is a Nordic Blue GTO that still has its numbers matching engine. The GTO is… more»

455 V8 With Mods: 1969 Pontiac GTO Convertible

The GTO was born in 1964 as a performance option on the mid-size Tempest/LeMans. Internal sources at Pontiac only expected to sell about 5,000 units in the first year and were surprised when more than 32,000 deliveries took place…. more»

True Barn Find: 26k Mile 1966 Pontiac GTO!

Three letters…G…T…O!  This is a true barn find that has been stored away for over 30 years untouched.  You will be stepping back in time when you cruise the roadways in this all original classic that has only 26,786… more»

Pontiac Collection For Sale: Mr. GTO’s Cars

Al Blatter was a Pontiac aficionado and especially had an affinity for GTOs, which would earn him the nickname, “Mr. GTO.” Over several decades, he collected dozens of cars and thousands of parts. Now that he has passed, this… more»

1-of-1: 1970 Pontiac GTO “The Judge”

Rarity claims in the classic world are nothing new, and we seem to see them at least weekly at Barn Finds. Some stand up to scrutiny, while others don’t. That brings us to this 1970 Pontiac GTO “The Judge.”… more»

Compact Muscle Project: 1974 Pontiac GTO

Pontiac’s “original” muscle car, the GTO, had an up and down decade beginning in 1964. It started life as a mid-size option on the Tempest/LeMans and sold like hotcakes through the rest of the 1960s. But rising insurance costs… more»

Tri-Power Four-Speed! 1965 Pontiac GTO

Summer cruising in a classic drop-top muscle car is the happy place many gear-heads imagine when they close their eyes amid a sea of deadlines, pointless meetings, and TPS Reports. This shiny red 1965 Pontiac GTO in West Babylon,… more»

Rebuilt GTO Motor! 1977 Pontiac Grand LeMans

The fourth generation of the Pontiac LeMans ran from 1973 to 1977, the era of Colonnade styling that was shared by all of General Motors’ intermediate automobiles. The Grand LeMans was the top-of-the-line model, introduced in 1975 as an… more»

No Reserve: 1966 Pontiac GTO

For many enthusiasts, 1966 was a landmark year for the Pontiac GTO. It marked the moment when the company elected to make the GTO a standalone model rather than an option package on the Tempest. Those enthusiasts tend to… more»

Special Order Paint: 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible

If you walk into a dealership today intent on driving away in a shiny new offering from their range, you will face choosing from a set selection of paint shades. In years past, manufacturers provided buyers with the option… more»

No Reserve: 1969 Pontiac GTO “The Judge”

Every classic car has a story to tell, although some are sadder than others. Take this 1969 Pontiac GTO “The Judge” as a prime example. Until recently, it had been part of the same family since Day 1. However,… more»

Ram-Air III: 1969 Pontiac GTO

The Pontiac GTO was in its sixth year of production in 1969, it’s fourth as a series of its own, and in year two of its second generation. The car was still quite popular, though sales were off a… more»

400-Equipped 1974 Pontiac GTO

Those of us who are motoring enthusiasts who lived through the 1970s would probably prefer to forget that era. The reality was that vehicle manufacturers had come under pressure from governments and various lobby groups to produce safer and… more»