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Dave Castine 05-22-2019 04:42 PM

1967 survivor, original paint, 400, Auto, AC - very nicely preserved - WIW?
 
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Hi folks this car belongs to one of my clients - he's asking me to put a value on it which is why I'll always consult the experts... the car will be available shortly.

SUBJECT VEHICLE INFORMATION

YEAR: 1967 MAKE: PONTIAC MODEL: GTO
BODY STYLE: HARDTOP COUPE MILEAGE: 46,540 VIN: 242177P210324
COLOR: MONTEGO CREAM / BLACK TOP MATCHING NUMBERS: YES

ENGINE INFORMATION
ENGINE TYPE: OHV V-8 DISPLACEMENT: 400 CI
RATED H.P: .EST 335 TURBO: F.I.: CARBURETION: X
DETAILS: ORIGINAL ENGINE SERVICED AND MAINTAINED TO FACTORY SPECS


TRANSMISSION INFORMATION
AUTO: X STANDARD: SPEEDS: 3 OVERDRIVE:
STOCK: X SHIFTER: COLUMN FLOOR: X STOCK: X CUSTOM:
DETAILS: ORIGINAL TRANSMISSION AND SHIFTER ASSEMBLY SERVICED AND MAINTAINED TO FACTORY SPECS

THE CURRENT OWNER IS THE FOURTH OWNER OF RECORD. PREVIOUS OWNERSHIP RECORDS ARE WELL DOCUMENTED. OTHER VEHICLE DOCUMENTATION INCLUDES ORIGINAL SALES DATA, ORIGINAL OWNER'S MANUAL, WARRANTY PLATE, BUILD SHEET / BROADCAST SHEET, PHS REPORT, REPLICATED WINDOW STICKER, AND OWNERSHIP-CHAIN DOCUMENTATION UP TO CURRENT OWNERSHIP.

THE VEHICLE IS CONSIDERED TO BE A FINE EXAMPLE OF AN UNMOLESTED “ORIGINAL SURVIVOR VEHICLE ” HAVING MOSTLY ORIGINAL PAINT , TRIM, UPHOLSTERY, AND POWERTRAIN, AND MECHANICAL ASSEMBLIES AND COMPONENTS, ALL OF WHICH ARE IN PROPER WORKING ORDER AND ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.

THE VEHICLE HAS BEEN AUTHENTICATED VIA A “PHS” REPORT THAT DOCUMENTS THE VEHICLE ORIGIN; AS MANUFACTURED TRIM LEVEL AND ACCESSORIES, POWERTRAIN AND COLOR – TRIM SCHEME. MILEAGE IS NOTED AT 46,540, AND IS CONSIDERED ACCURATE AS EVIDENCED BY OVERALL VEHICLE CONDITION. OVERALL VEHICLE CONDITION IS CONSIDERED EXCELLENT WITH FEW MINOR PAINT FLAWS NOTED. VEHICLE HAS BEEN UPDATED AND SERVICED BY A PONTIAC MARQUE SPECIALIST.

UPDATES AND SERVICE INCLUDE:
 REBUILT ORIGINAL ALTERNATOR AND REGULATOR
 WIRING HARNESS AND OVERALL ELECTRICAL SYSTEM UPDATE AND OEM REPLACEMENT AS NEEDED
 COMPLETE ENGINE SERVICE / TUNE-UP AND ADJUSTMENT
 COMPLETE TRANSMISSION SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT
 COMPLETE SUSPENSION SYSTEM SERVICE INCLUDING NEW OEM SPRINGS AND SPRING ISOLATORS
 NEW SHOCK ABSORBERS
 COMPLETE SECOND SET OEM STEEL RIMS AND RETRO-STYLE RADIAL TIRES (ORIGINAL RIMS AND BIAS PLY TIRES AVAILABLE WITH VEHICLE
 CUSTOM GARDNER STAINLESS TUNED EXHAUST SYSTEM; FACTORY CORRECT CONFIGURATION
 UNDERDASH MOUNTED ANALOG INDICATOR GAUGES
 OVER-ALL DETAILING / POLISHING AND CLEANING OF VEHICLE

The above came from a written appraisal which put an $85k number on the car - I think it's too high based on what I've seen online and results in some of the more recent auctions. I'm valuing this car somewhere between 65-75k - any thoughts??

tom406 05-22-2019 06:24 PM

Hi Dave,
That looks to be in really nice shape. Cream color/auto/air conditioning really puts it on the side of a "cruiser" GTO, and that's going to limit enthusiasm a bit. I'm thinking 50-59 is likely all the money. That appraiser did him a disservice with the optimistic appraisal IMO. Good luck.

TOM BRESKE
Vintage Viewpoint LLC

olredalert 05-22-2019 08:41 PM

----Dave,,,Nice car, but I pretty much agree with Tom. Base motor, automatic, and the bland color really limits interest among Pontiac guys. The AC will help, but probably not enough to even get to your figure. Too bad about the appraiser. That's hard to get over for an owner. I also wish him good luck!......Bill S

442w30 05-24-2019 12:48 AM

A similar car was auctioned recently. Lemme see if I can find it.....

https://www.mecum.com/lots/PA0818-33...7-pontiac-gto/

Not saying the car in question is worth $39k like this one but that's what this one did.

olredalert 05-24-2019 02:58 PM

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Originally Posted by 442w30 (Post 1448841)
A similar car was auctioned recently. Lemme see if I can find it.....

https://www.mecum.com/lots/PA0818-33...7-pontiac-gto/

Not saying the car in question is worth $39k like this one but that's what this one did.

----This one without AC is worth a bit less than the car Dave pictured. Personally, that particular two tone paint isn't a big draw either......Bill S

grantprix 05-27-2019 03:45 PM

Very nice car!

ScottG 05-28-2019 05:36 PM

55K to the right buyer

442w30 05-28-2019 05:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by olredalert (Post 1448923)
----This one without AC is worth a bit less than the car Dave pictured. Personally, that particular two tone paint isn't a big draw either......Bill S

To me, what's great about that car IS the two-tone scheme!

kevin442 06-28-2019 07:42 PM

I figured based on the color (not a sought after color in most accounts) and being an automatic trans car. I would have thought 35k would be the high water mark but being an unrestored example with it having the AC option on top of the automatic I'm with the one poster who classified it in the "cruiser" segment.. With all the said and with the miles and history on the car.. I'd be all in at 45k.

1969HO455 07-11-2019 01:22 AM

Seat covers are not correct.


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