Description coming soon, call for detailsDrop-top fun, a feature-filled A/C interior, and a fuel-injected LS1 upgrade under the hood all make this awesome. And because this restomod is also a 1965 Pontiac GTO tribute, it means this convertible always gets respect wherever it goes.
Stacked headlights, a hood scoop, correct badging, and the cool rear panel are all what make this GTO tribute look like a genuine icon. And there are also some nice upgrades to let you know this is a cool cruiser. The creamy white roof goes well with the profile pinstripe, and the darker red paint also has a nice metallic glow for when this convertible is out in the sunshine. As you look over the full package, it's important to understand what this car represents: the freedom to enjoy. It's a correct-looking GTO tribute, but since it's not a sacred Goat, it's easier to update without running afoul of purists. So it's great with its current upgrades, and you may even choose to make it even more personal. We also like that this is unashamedly a driver. It looks quite good when it's out on the streets, and its fit and finish won't make you nervous about getting out there and doing the longer road trips. And as you look over the full features, you can see how this is the one you'll want to take on The Power Tour.
Beneath the creamy white roof is a creamy white interior. So the full color package is attractive with the top on or off. And this restored setup is a nice mix of vintage and new. The door panels, dash, center console, and other details are pure classic fun. But it's also easy to spot some worthwhile upgrades. Cold-blowing R134a air conditioning is terrific in a drop-top, and the AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth means you have the best in modern driving music. We love how the upholstery keeps the classic Pontiac arrowhead pattern, but those front seats are certainly not stock. The later model buckets have terrific individual bolstering and are even power-adjustable. And so if this sounds like a great anytime-driving package, then you'll really love the driver-focused upgrades like the wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, tilt column, and full set of Classic Instruments readouts.
Under the hood is a well-done upgrade. The 5.7-liter LS1 is a great fuel-injected powerhouse. And there's even some history here since the final-gen GTOs had LS1 power - and the engine covers remind you of that. This modern motor has a tidy setup, and you can even see good details like the Optima red top battery and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The V8 fires up readily like a good modern FI machine should. And this is ready to hit the road with a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern sport tires afforded by the Billet Specialties wheel upgrade.
Currently on a salvage title, this GTO tribute was reimagined to be a true driver, and that gives it some serious appeal for those of us who want to fully enjoy a drop-top legend. Call today!!!