1966 Pontiac GTO$58,000

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Price: $58,000
Contact: View Original Ad from Hemmings
Location: Charlevoix, MI
Price Analysis: Poor Deal, 12.0 % above market avg. What's this?
1966 GTO CONVERTIBLE One Owner Survivor</p><p>This 1966 GTO convertible was ordered new on November 18, 1965 by the original ownerandrsquo;s husband as a Christmas present to his wife who is now 93 years old as verified by a letter to the dealer Heineman-Hopkins Pontiac Company Oaklyn, NJ as the letter states that he would like delivery prior to Christmas (Delivered on Dec. 22, 1965). It is very apparent that the wife loved this GTO very much as is apparent by the way she took loving care of the car. The car is a very nice numbers matching survivor with one repaint and one top that looks very good. She kept all letters, order forms, invoices, recipes and insurance and registration forms that show a very complete paper trail for the car. Listed are the documents and condition of the GTO.</p><p><br />Documentation: (46 Pages of Documentation)<br />1. Pictures of original owners with car.<br />2. Confirmation letter to dealer to place order (November 18, 1965)<br />3. Retail Order Form for a Pontiac Motor Vehicle (Nov. 17, 1965)<br />4. Invoice from HEINEMAN-HOPKINS PONTIAC CO. Oaklyn, NJ. $3584.81 (Dec. 22, 1965)<br />5. Taxes for education return for motor vehicles (Dec. 22, 1965)<br />6. Application for certificate of title (Dec. 22, 1965)<br />7. Certificate of Ownership of a Motor Vehicle andndash; State of New Jersey (Dec. 22, 1965)<br />8. Receipt from dealer for the sum of $2966.78<br />9. Current Title from the State of Michigan.<br />10. Appraisal of car $7000.00 (Mar. 22, 1985)<br />11. Build Sheet (753rd car built)<br />12. Manuals (All Original)<br />13. Many repair receipts.<br />14. Most all Proof of Insurance.<br />15. Most all Registration.</p><p>Condition:<br />1. Paint looks very good but not perfect minor chips.<br />2. Top looks like new with nice clear window.<br />3. Interior looks like new one small crack on driver seat piping, under dash and glove box look<br /> new, carpet has very light discoloring.<br />4. Glass looks new and clear.<br />5. Window rubber and felt like new.<br />6. Chrome and trim very nice.<br />7. Trunk looks very nice light surface rust under mat. Spare tire and jack are there.<br />8. Bottom of car is very nice with floor boards showing original paint with very little surface rust<br /> in a small number of spots, frame has light surface rust.<br />9. All gauges and lights work fine.<br />10. Engine compartment looks very good and original. (With factory markings)</p><p><br />Running and Driving condition:<br />I now see what they mean that they are original once as this car runs strong with very tight steering and riding no rattles. This is a nice car that you could drive and feel proud to own the way it is. Or this would be a very easy restoration.</p><p><br />Documentation:<br />46 Pages of Documentation<br />1. Pictures of original owners with car.<br />2. Confirmation letter to dealer to place order (November 18, 1965)<br />3. Equipment andndash;</p><ul><li>Automatic Transmission</li><li>Power Steering</li><li>061 Basic Group</li><li>Radio-Push Button-Manual Antenna</li><li>Foam Cushion Seats</li><li>Electric Clock</li><li>Floor Console</li></ul><p> All Standard Equipment andndash; i.e. andndash; White wall tires;<br /> Chrome rocker covers, air cleaner and oil cap; -<br /> Bucket seats, carpeting, pin striping, instrument panel<br /> Trimmed in wood, 335 hp. V8 engine andndash; etc.<br /> Color andndash; Platinum-(W-2)-Interior-black (223) andndash; top black.</p><p><br />4. Retail Order Form for a Pontiac Motor Vehicle. (Nov. 17, 1965)<br />5. Invoice from HEINEMAN-HOPKINS PONTIAC CO. Oaklyn, NJ. $3584.81. (Delivered Dec. 22, 1965)<br />6. Taxes for education return for motor vehicles. (Dec. 22, 1965)<br />7. Application for certificate of title. (Dec. 22, 1965)<br />8. Certificate of Ownership of a Motor Vehicle andndash; State of New Jersey. (Dec. 22, 1965)<br />9. Receipt from dealer for the sum of $2966.78.<br />10. Current Title from the State of Michigan.<br />11.