#s matching, Pontiac Historical documented. This is an extremely rare car 428 H.O. 4-speed convertible. It's from the estate of a gentleman that collected rare full size cars with 4-speeds only. He treated it to a professional, body off frame restoration done. These cars were his passion, it was restored with pride, not to resell.
1967 Production #s:
420,000 full size Pontiacs made
1,768 were 2+2s
286 2+2s were convertibles
385 HO 428, 4-speeds were made total in all .....
full size Pontiacs which is only .0009%.
How many were in a 2+2 convertible?
How many still exist? This may be it!
EXTERIOR: Professionally restored at a very reputable shop I am personally familiar with. They took the body off the frame and made it look like new or better. It is laser straight everywhere with excellent fit. No rust, damage or body work showing. Repainted it's original Tyrol Blue color but it didn't look this good new. It is laid out evenly and polished like glass. Rechromed original bumpers. New emblems, polished stainless. It has a hood tachometer. Weatherstrips and seals were replaced. New windshield. The convertible top was restored, there is a tattered edge in back (picture 36). The rally ll wheels were repainted and have correct lug nuts and caps.
INTERIOR: Beautiful pearl white upholstery. Door panels, armrests look like new. The dash area is in excellent shape. It has factory gauges, original radio. Rare 4-speed console with a Hurst shifter sticking out of it. Reproduction deluxe wheel on a tilt column. Carpet looks new, reproduction mats. Seats were recushioned and upholstered.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Ultra rare H.O. 428-376 hp. This is the original motor, the unit number is stamped on it and matches the PHS documents. The engine was completely rebuilt and we have the spec sheet. Balanced and bored, replaced pistons, bearings, valves etc. It has a professionally restored correct carb. Stock valve covers, air cleaner, manifolds, brackets, pulleys etc. All the components were restored. Reproduction hoses, clamps and battery cables. It features power steering. All the metal surfaces are painted neatly.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Under the trunk lid and jamb are painted slick. Inside is solid metal neatly spatter painted and clear coated for durability. It has reproduction mat, tire cover, well liner and weatherstrip. Jack and spare assembly. Trunk light works.
UNDERSIDE: The body was removed from the chassis. The steering and suspension were completely rebuilt. The brake system was all rebuilt, lines were replaced, e-brake is hooked up. The fuel system was replaced including the tank, straps, sending unit and fuel lines. It has a factory style dual exhaust system with turn down tips. Looking up at the motor it is clean Pontiac blue with a high torque starter. The original dated Muncie 4-speed was gone through. It has a Center Force clutch. Original Saf-T-Track rear end. The floors are rust free. They were prepped and painted semi gloss black.
SERVICE: We inspected the car and it passed with flying colors. All we had to do was lube the steering column bearing and speedo cable.
Here is your chance to own an extremely rare and desirable Pontiac. It's a quality car restored by very qualified people.
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