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This is one of those pictures that speak for themselves. The so very BEAUTIFUL 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible, ladies and gentlemen!!!

Haggerty.com says that both 1966’s base 389 and 1967’s 400 were rated at 335 horsepower. Tri-Power was last offered in 1966. Performance enhancements included a dealer-offered “tub” introduced in August 1965. It sealed the Tri-Power V8’s carbs to a functional hood scoop, in the process kicking off Pontiac’s legendary “Ram Air” legacy.

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