1965 GTO: A Complete Groundup Custom Build

Wow, we have got the GTO of all GTOs. It’s a car from our Elite collection, a 1965 GTO that has had a complete groundup custom build. This car features a custom chassis, independent rear suspension, and 700 horsepower. Not only does it have power, but it also boasts fine luxuries such as power windows and leather upholstery. Supposedly, $400,000 was spent building this car, making it a SEMA feature car.

Exquisite Fit and Finish

The fit and finish of this 1965 GTO is outstanding. It was redone by a high-end shop, DWS, and the attention to detail is evident. The body fit and finish is laser beam straight, with precise gaps and a beautiful uniform color. The convertible top, which comes with a black canvas top and boot, adds to the overall appeal of the car. The paint is a beautiful House of Color candy red, and the overall finish is flawless.

Custom Interior and Added Bonus Feature

The car features a custom interior, with black leather, red suede, and red stitching throughout. The custom molded door panels, machine turned trim, and racing-style seat belts add to the luxurious feel of the interior. Additionally, the car comes with an added bonus feature – an eight-stack Hillborn injection system, which is included with the car.

All-Aluminum 700 Horsepower Engine

Underneath the hood, you’ll find a Merlin all-aluminum 565 cubic inch engine that boasts 700 horsepower. The engine compartment is meticulously detailed, with polished aluminum components, custom fittings, and premium wiring. The engine is complemented by a six-speed automatic transmission, making it a powerful and smooth ride.

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Art Morrison Custom Chassis and Detroit Speed Suspension

The car sits on an Art Morrison custom chassis, powdercoated to match the body color. The Detroit Speed tubular independent front suspension and Strange Engineering independent rear suspension make for a smooth and controlled ride. With Wilwood disc brakes on all four wheels, custom 3-inch exhaust, and a custom gas tank, every aspect of the car has been touched and modified for optimal performance.

Conclusion

This 1965 GTO is truly a masterpiece, with attention to detail in every aspect of the build. It’s a car that speaks for itself and is a great value for any discerning collector. If you’re interested in this stunning car, visit volocars.com to find more information and finance options.