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Tri-Power 1965 GTO Details
Tri-Power 1965 GTO Details
Tri-Power 1965 GTO Details
Tri-Power 1965 GTO Details

Win a Rotisserie-Restored Tri-Power 1965 Pontiac GTO Convertible

“Little GTO. You’re really lookin’ fine. Three deuces and a four-speed. And a three-eighty-nine!”

Remember that dream you have of owning a Tri-Power Pontiac GTO from the original muscle-car era?

We can make that dream come true.

Enter today for a chance to bring home a Tri-Power 1965 Pontiac GTO convertible, plus we will pay Uncle Sam $25,000 for the taxes if you’re the winner.

The Tiger. The Goat. GeeTo. The Great One. The Humbler. Call the GTO what you will. When Pontiac unleashed it upon America in September 1963 and Car and Driver compared it favorably to the Ferrari 250 GTO, the muscle-car era was born.

We searched far and wide for the classic GTO with the best color combination like a Montero Red exterior, a red interior and a white convertible top.

We sought out the coolest performance options, too, like a 389ci Tri-Power V-8, a Muncie 4-speed stick shift and a limited-slip rear end.

This grand-prize GTO convertible you can win has all of the above and more!

So, what are you waiting for? Veterans and children’s charities are counting on your help.

Make that donation today and secure your chance to win this incredible Tri-Power 1965 Pontiac GTO convertible!

Bring Home this Drop Top Dream Machine

Are you ready to win the dream machine that helped launch the entire muscle-car era? Look no further than this Tri-Power 1965 Pontiac GTO convertible, which rolled out of Pontiac’s factory assembly plant in April 1965 with all the go-fast goodies that made it the muscle car to reckon with in the 1960s.

We’ve already done the hard work by finding the coolest GTO convertible in the country. We’ve saved the easy stuff for you, like cruising in this classic 1965 GTO and reliving the glory days of the 1960s. Top down, clutch out and pedal to the metal. All it takes is one lucky entry to win and you can enjoy life to its fullest like the 140-plus grand-prize winners we have randomly chosen since 2008.

So, it bears repeating. How would you like to make this 1965 GTO with a Tri-Power 389ci V-8 engine, a four-speed manual stick shift and dual exhaust all yours?

Here’s how you make it happen. Enter with your donation today and you are one step closer to putting this rotisserie-restored 1965 GTO convertible in your garage.

Right color. Right engine. Right options. The right one to make your dreams come true. So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to “turn it on, wind it up, blow it out, GTO!”

Our military veterans and children in need are counting on you. Enter now for your chance to win.

About Ames Performance

FAQs Ames Performance Engineering sells only Pontiac parts and is in its 40th year of supplying enthusiasts worldwide. During this time it has established a reputation with its customers for prompt service and the finest quality products available. Each year Ames attends 13 major swap meets with its vending trailer. Ames sponsors over 75 Pontiac club shows and events and is title sponsor of The Ames Performance Pontiac Nationals in Norwalk, Ohio. Many of the 55,000+ parts Ames sells are exclusive product manufactured by the company. Ames’ goal is to supply the customer with the best available products always at fair prices backed by the best customer service in the industry.