Tri-Power Survivor: 1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible

UPDATE – Since we originally featured this GTO, bidding has jumped from $35k up to $45k! Clearly, there are more than a few of you that would love to have this Convertible GTO. If you are bidding on it,… more»

455 V8 4-Speed: 1970 Pontiac GTO

The GTO was the car that started it all – the muscle car craze of the 1960s. By the end of the decade, things were cooling down as insurance companies had gotten wise to how fast these cars could… more»

Same Owner 25 Years: 1966 Pontiac GTO

The first generation of the Pontiac GTO is considered by many to have started the mid-size muscle car revolution of the 1960s. At some point, GM, Ford, Chrysler, and AMC all got into the game, but the GTO (or… more»

Owned For 50 Years! 1970 Pontiac GTO

Long-term ownership is usually a good sign with any classic car, but when you find one that has been loved and cherished by the same person for 50-years, the chances are that you have found something pretty special. That… more»

389 Tri-Power: 1965 Pontiac GTO

Some classic cars take your breath away when you look at them, but they are even more breathtaking when you delve below the surface. This 1965 Pontiac GTO demonstrates these traits perfectly. Not only does it present beautifully, but… more»

First Year GOAT: 1964 Pontiac GTO

First generation Pontiac GTOs are largely credited with popularizing the muscle car movement of the 1960s. It would be one of four similar cars launched by General Motors in 1964, but the GTO captured the most attention. From the… more»

Mystery Machine: 1968 Pontiac GTO

This 1968 Pontiac GTO is a barn find that comes with an air of mystery. The seller provides limited details for prospective buyers, but he does offer the option of tackling any project build on the new owner’s behalf…. more»

One Family Owned: 1969 Pontiac GTO

Until recently, this 1969 Pontiac GTO had belonged to the same family since the day that it rolled off the showroom floor. It has been sitting for years, and time and the elements have taken their toll. However, it… more»

Rare 3-Speed: 1971 Pontiac GTO “The Judge”

Contrary to popular belief, Orbit Orange was not the only color that the Pontiac GTO “The Judge” was available with. Here’s proof in the form of an original 1971 Judge finished in its factory Tropical Lime paint. The car… more»

No Reserve: 1969 Pontiac GTO Convertible

Goats are stubborn creatures that are renowned for eating anything and butting you viciously the moment your back is turned. The Pontiac GTO received the nickname of The Goat, and while it might not be stubborn, it was capable… more»

Superior Shape! 1968 Pontiac GTO

It’s a treat to find a ’60s vintage muscle car that is still in the form as was originally intended. It was a treat years ago and even more so today and here’s a perfectly representative example, a 1968… more»

47k Mile Survivor: 1969 Pontiac GTO

The second-generation Pontiac GTO was a big hit with both consumers and the press, being named as Motor Trend’s Car of the Year for 1968. One innovative feature cited in the award announcement was the Endura front bumper. Made… more»

Stored Since 1985: 1971 Pontiac GTO

U.S. automakers were feeling the pinch of declining muscle car sales by 1971. The Pontiac GTO, the heralded founder of the mid-size performance movement in 1964, sold just 10,532 units for the year, compared with 40,149 in 1970. Increased… more»

Older Restoration: 1970 Pontiac GTO

By 1970, fortunes were changing in the muscle car scene as growing competition and rising insurance premiums were taking buyers in different directions. The reputed leader of the genre, the GTO, remained in third place in sales among mid-size… more»

GTO Clone: 1974 Pontiac Ventura Shed Find

The GTO is credited with starting the mid-size muscle car craze in 1964. But a decade later, higher insurance premiums, more stringent emissions controls and rising gas prices signaled the end of the line for the GTO (and others… more»

Tarp Find: 1968 Pontiac GTO Convertible

By the late 1960s, the muscle car market was in full swing and the Pontiac GTO was still leading the pack. Second generation GTO’s would debut for 1968 and had a “Coke bottle” shape compared to earlier models. They… more»