Most car people know the legend of John Delorean and his crew first creating the GTO in 1964 by wedging a big block into a small body. Thereby, in many people’s minds, creating the Muscle Car Era. Well, who would have known what Detroit was about to usher in. The popularity of the GTO sparked a marketing frenzy from Pontiac and in 1965 they introduced the special edition paint code of Tiger Gold. There was no specific paint code for this color it was simply stipulated “Special” Paint and each dealer could order one for inventory. This is one of those rare promotional units. It is powered by a WS Code, 389 Tri-Power engine from 1966 with the M20 Muncie 4 speed and a 3.23 gear. According to PHS documentation this started out life as 389 4 Barrel, 4 speed, 3.23 gear with SPEC paint code. It had an AM radio, Wire Wheel Discs, Padded Dash, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Rally Gauge Cluster & Tachometer, Soft Ray tinted Windshield, Console, and 7.75 White Wall tires, and originally had a black interior. This striking GTO has been visually enhanced with the rare Hurst Wheels from the day, and they look fabulous! It is not 100% correct but it sure is sweet and let’s face it, the 65 Goat is the one to have. Don’t miss out on your chance to own a highly desirable GTO Muscle Car today.