Car shoppers seeking a classic 1967 Pontiac GTO can try Hemmings, AutoTrader Classics, eBay Motors, Craigslist, and enthusiast forums such as the Pontiac Registry. Periodic live classic car auctions can be a great place to find fully restored 1967 GTO models, as well. As of 2015, pricing runs from about $20,000 for an unrestored model in decent condition to well over $70,000 for a showroom-condition car.
The 1967 Pontiac GTO marked the final year of production for the first-generation model of General Motors' legendary muscle car. Prices for the 1967 model have risen as the car ages and less of the model are found for sale and at auction. That said, there are hundreds or thousands of GTO models offered for sale at any given time.
AutoTrader Classics and the collector car marketplace Hemmings maintain listings of 1967 GTO models for sale throughout the United States. Each of these online portals features numerous fully restored models, as well as cheaper cars in states ranging from non-running parts cars to solid, all-original daily drivers.
Local Craigslist postings are another option. However, it's buyer beware, as ads are often missing more detailed information about a given car and may not live up to the condition portrayed in their listings. Ask lots of questions and be wary of potential scams when using the site. For other GTO cars listed for sale by their owners, try Pontiac enthusiast forums such as the Pontiac Registry. In addition to a place to find cars for sale, these forums are a great source of how-to information covering repairs and restorations.EBay often lists some 1967 cars. Live auctions presented by Barrett-Jackson and RM Auctions occasionally feature top-quality GTO cars, though prices may soar to unreasonable levels for the best models.