The Pontiac GTO is a thing of striking beauty and stellar performance. The GTO you see here is a convertible made in 1971 – one of only 678 manufactured that year. As it sits, it has undergone a quality restoration by the craftsmen at RideTech, yet still features its original General Motors sheet metal with not a spot of rust. It will be hitting the block at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale on Friday, January 17th.

Under the hood sits a 400 cubic-inch Pontiac engine complete with Edelbrock aluminum heads, a Flowmaster exhaust system, a FAST EFI system, and a Tanks Inc. EFI fuel tank. A Bowler overdrive transmission puts the power to the rear wheels, while air conditioning blowing cold and a 5-channel Kicker stereo provide just the right amount of creature comfort.

This GTO is no stranger to the spotlight and was featured on Horsepower TV in 2007 for an installation of a complete RideTech suspension, 18-inch Billet Specialties wheels, and Wilwood 4-wheel disc brake system. Previously, the GTO belonged to the wife of the owner of RideTech, so you can guarantee that every tiny detail of the car has been carefully and professionally refined and maintained.

To learn more or to bid on this beautiful GTO, visit www.barrett-jackson.com.