I pulled the Trigger on a '67 GTO!
New to this thread but I'm excited to share my purchase. Today, I completed the purchase of a 67 GTO. It is an all original car with matching numbers. Although I grew up around muscle cars and dirt track cars and anything high performance - I never thought I'd be blessed enough to have a great car like this. Unfortunately, it came as a result of the passing of my neighbor. A great man, this guy was a perfectionist (and reminded me a little of my dad who I lost 12 years ago). I asked him one day what he had in his garage, and he responded "that's my baby." After his passing, at the young age of 61, his daughter told me that they were considering selling the car. I immediately made an offer after looking at it with two "GTO" guys. Both thought I'd be nuts if I passed it up, and both were interested in purchasing it too - if I didn't. Well I did. Today I transferred the title and received a great deal of documentation on the car. The car's odometer shows 7272 miles. I know - hard to believe. I looked at documentation showing that it only had 6189 nearly 22 years ago when they purchased in from an individual in Columbus. They have only taken the car out of their garage a handful of times in the last 21+ years. The two guys I took to see the car believe that the car has been garaged for the last 40 years or so. The documentation I got with it (lots of documentation) includes the original window sticker from Bud Meadows Pontiac in Seattle, Washington. I also got the original sales receipts with a breakdown of all of the goodies. This receipt is from Osborne-Mcann Pontiac in Tacoma, Washington. The vin on both match that on my car. Total purchase price $3,602.58.
Last edited by MBGB33; 01-02-2019 at 03:13 PM.
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