1966 Pontiac GTO
A deluxe 1:18 scale model of “The Great One”!
- This remarkable model has been carefully crafted to capture all the excitement of the ’66 GTO.
- It features a host of amazing details including a wired and plumbed 389 cubic-inch V-8 engine, a striking Blue Charcoal paint job, and red line tires.
- The doors open to view the striking black interior and detailed dash gauges.
- The trunk opens and the steering wheel turns the front wheels.
$149 +$9 Shipping & Service
4 Monthly Installments of $39.50
An exclusive model; satisfaction guaranteed.In 1966, the Pontiac GTO came into its own. No longer an “option package” for Pontiac’s Tempest LeMans, the GTO combined tremendous power with undeniable curb appeal to emerge as not only one of the most remarkable muscle cars of its day, but as one of the most popular of all time. While its eye-catching design and numerous color and accessory choices got buyers into the showroom, it was the 360hp V-8 lurking under the scooped hood that got the car – and driver! – out onto the street. 96,946 cars in a single year, to be exact, making it the highest-selling GTO in history.
Now, in recognition of the most popular GTO of them all, you can own a stunning 1:18 scale replica of a true American icon.
Product Specifications:Material: Die-cast metal
Size: Scale 1:18, 11-1/2" in length.
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