This 1972 Pontiac GTO is a real stunner. That color is so gorgeous, that if it was a lollipop, I’d go up and bite it. The owner probably wouldn’t like that very much, but I’m pretty sure if I was standing in front of it, I could barely contain myself. I once had a custom bass guitar that was nearly the same color, and when I sold it, I’m pretty sure there were a few discrete bite marks in it.
Interior color is indicated as “Tuxedo”. That sounds pretty fancy for a muscle car, kind of like me going to the prom. From what I can tell in the one photo that shows it, it looks to be creamy goodness on the seats and doors with black dash and carpet. Very tastefully done.
According to the owner, there’s 98,676 on the odometer, however he reports that the engine, automatic transmission and rear end were rebuilt in 2014 and has documentation of it. One thing to keep in mind is that it runs on 100 octane fuel because of the high compression engine rebuild (approx. 10.25:1). The original heads, while not on the car, are still available however. Owner reports less than 1,700 miles put on the car since all the mechanical work was done to it. It is stated to be all original sheet metal and was originally sold in Kansas and Oklahoma for most of it’s life, prior to ending up in New York.
This example has a clean title, and more details are provided HERE at craigslist, with an asking price of $24,500.