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Can anyone tell me where I can see all the available options for a 1967 GTO. Id like to see down to what cars had what rears or what was available.
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Look at this website for the sales brochure. Of course in 1967, you sometimes weren't restricted by what was in the books and you could do some things through your dealer.



http://www.lov2xlr8.no/pontiac.html

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Ok thank you!!

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Pretty sure in the book GTO restoration by Paul Zazarine it has a complete breakdown of all the rear ends offered.

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I appreciate the help.

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Pontiac Accessorizer booklets from 1956 to 1974

http://www.gt-37.org/gallery/index.php?/category/195

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Rear end ratios for the Tempest/LeMans/GTO were available in the following ratios: 2.56, 2.78, 2.93, 3.08, 3.23, 3.36, 3.55, 3.90, and 4.33. Most commonly seen on Auto cars with A/C is the 2.93 ratio, Auto cars without A/C 3.23-3.36, 4 speed cars usually ran with 3.23 A/C or 3.36 std. 3.55 was more common with HO cars. 3.90 and 4.33 seldom seen....4.33 std on the early Ram Air cars. My favorite ratios for street driven '67 GTO's are a 2.93 with the TH400 trans and the 3.23 with the 4 speed trans.

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I’m most likely getting a 67 GTO HO car which was a factory 390 car. Wondering how many signet gold HO cars were built in 67.

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I'm assuming that you won't find any data on paint colors associated with engines, transmissions, rear ends, etc. Someone here has posted some "sample distribution" estimates of paint colors.

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Im most likely getting a 67 GTO HO car which was a factory 390 car. Wondering how many signet gold HO cars were built in 67.
Pontiac was pushing Signet Gold pretty hard in '67, and the Gold interior as well, which was available with every color paint on the outside of the car. On the west coast, growing up, it seemed that most '66 and '67 GTO's were gold. And the real Signet Gold is not the good looking bright yellow shiny paint you see on today's restored cars. It's a dull fawn color that fades into the background. My '67 convertible was Signet Gold/gold and has been Burgundy/Parchment since 1993. Real, single stage Signet Gold is not a sharp looking color, IMO. The non-correct glazed ham base/clear Tiger gold cars look great, but again, not like they did back in the '60's when the paint would go flat as a chalkboard in 3 or 4 years.

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Well this car was original signet gold black interior. Because it’s a numbers matching car I’m thinking to go with signet gold but not sure if it really matters. Not a real fan of the color to be honest.

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