The 1967 GTO marked the end of the first generation, but remained mostly the same from the previous year.
The 1967 GTO marked the end of the first generation, but remained mostly the same from the previous year. Most notable were the slightly revised twin pin stripes along the upper beltline and body side accent molding. It was also the first GTO that did not offer the Tri-Power engine option due to a ban on multiple carburetors. The 1967 GTO convertible with Ram Air are among the rarest GTOs with only 56 being built
|Two-Door Coupe||7,029||Two-Door Hardtop||65,176||Two-Door Convertible||9,517||Total Production||81,722|
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||Torque||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|Base||389ci||1x4bbl||335 hp||431 lb-ft||-||-|
|V8||428ci||11x4bbl||360 hp||472 lb-ft||-||-|
|Quadra Power||400ci||1x4bbl||360 hp||438 lb-ft||5.2 sec||14.1 sec @ 101 mph|
|V8||400ci||1x2bbl||255 hp||397 lb-ft||-||-|
- 3-Speed Manual
- 4-Speed Manual
- 2-Speed Auto
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