1966 Pontiac GTO convertible, 389 Tri-Power, 4sp., Ram Air, Hurst Wheels, Complete frame off nut & bolt
concours restoration, fully documented, Royal Bobcat upgrades include quick distributor curve, custom carb.
jetting, special head gaskets, decals & emblems. Signed by Jim Wagners ( the god father of the GTO )  very
collectible high quality vehicle, 2004 Calary World of Wheels Multiple Award Winner including, Best in Class,
Outstanding Restored Engine, Outstanding Paint Award - 2005 Tiger Run 1st place 66/7 GTO Convertible class.
Runs & drives as good as it looks. PHS Documented. Over 1000 Hour Restoration.
Recognizing the GTO's growing popularity, Pontiac promoted it from a Tempest option to a full-fledged model for '66. The Goat rewarded Pontiac with
sales of 96,946 units, the highest one-year total ever attained by a true muscle car.

Credit for its success was twofold. Other GM divisions had copied the GTO with hotter versions of their intermediates, but like Ford's new Fairlane GT,
none captured the Goat's all-around appeal. Mopar had the performance, but no special muscle models. And while all GM midsize cars were restyled for
'66, none matched the beauty of the GTO's voluptuous new Coke-bottle contours. Wheelbase was untouched, and overall length and curb weights
changed negligibly. But styling highlights included a graceful new roofline and cool fluted taillamps. The unique GTO grille had mesh-pattern inserts made
of plastic -- an industry first.

The standard hood scoop remained nonfunctional, but Tri-Power engines could again get an over-the-counter fresh-air kit, and a few were equipped with
the Goat's first factory Ram Air. A small number of GTOs were ordered with a boss new option: weight-reducing red plastic inner fender liners. Inside, the
new instrument-surround was genuine wood.

The four-barrel 389 continued at 335 bhp. The $113 triple-two-barrel had 360 bhp (with or without Ram Air), but production ceased at midyear when GM
outlawed multicarb engines for all but the Corvette. Three- and four-speed manuals and a two-speed automatic could be had with factory axles spanning
3.08:1 to 4.33:1.

Car Life's four-speed four-barrel with 3.08 gears and air conditioning ran a 15.4 quarter at 92 mph and got 12.4 mpg. The magazine said the lightly
loaded rear wheels of its nose-heavy test car would "skitter and skip on anything but the driest pavement." Braking power was poor, but the shifter was
sweet, the motor willing, and assembly quality high. That, and that beautiful new body, obviously was the formula for success in '66.
The 1966 Pontiac GTO Specifications
Wheelbase, inches: 115.0
Weight, lbs: 3,445
Number built: 96,946
Base price: $2,783

Top Available Engine
Type: ohv V-8
Displacement, cid: 389
Fuel system: 3 x 2bbl.
Compression ratio: 10.75:1
Horsepower @ rpm: 360 @ 5200
Torque @ rpm: 424 @ 3600

Representative Performance
0-60 mph, sec: 6.5
1/4 mile, sec. @ mph: 14.65 @ 98