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Ad Number:589918
Vehicle Type:Muscle/Performance
Year:1971
Make:Pontiac
Model:GTO
Model Type:Convertible
Price:$30000  USD
Stock Number:
Miles:92000
  
Name:Gary Wagoner
City:Arneys mount
State/Prov:New Jersey
Zip/Postal Code:08068
Country:USA
Phone 1:609-261-0817
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Vehicle Description

‘71 GTO, 400, 4 Speed, Convertible, all matching numbers, all original and all there. The only exception is that I had it painted black following a fender bender (x-wife). A “barn find” that is very dusty and dirty. I am the second owner, purchased the car in 1973 and the car has not been started or on the road since 1978, as is evidenced by the inspection sticker. I have a copy of the original invoice as provided by the Pontiac Historical Services Company; therefore, this is NOT a clone that has become so popular these days. I also have the 1971 Pontiac Service Manual which is in beautiful condition, as well as all of the manufacturing and production data as provided by the above company. This GTO Convertible is only one of 79 produced in 1971…..a VERY rare GTO.

I am selling my GTO because I had intended to rebuild the engine with only 92,000 original miles, with my children, but they have little interest at this point. I am 70 years of age and I will be in retirement at the close of this year, so only very serious inquires, as I really do not need the money.

I would strongly prefer to sell this automobile to a GTO enthusiast, as opposed to a body shop who would “flip” the car for a profit. This is why my price is “not cheap”.

I have reduced it to $30,000 so as to creat more interest and have a collector be the new owner of this rare GTO.

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