Asked by Jul 20, 2012 at 09:09 AM about the 1966 Pontiac GTO

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There was only one to my knowledge, ordered by Ruth M. Gamble, at 39 Morris St.,Charleston, S.C. from Superior Motors, Orangeburg, S.C.

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none in production. sure it's not a clone?

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is the second digit of the VIN a 3 or a 4.

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I have a 1966 GTO I bought in May 1968. It is as built, Turbo 300 two speed on the column. I never seen another one yet. I always wondered the same thing. Bob


none , and the tranny was not a turbo 300 , it was a power glide. what style of taillights do you have , little square style ,or long bar type ? if it were a turbo it would have been a 350 turbo 3 speed which didn't come out untill 68. what is the first 7 digits of the VIN ?

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no GTOs in 66 had a column shifter. or a 300 turbo tranny. a two speed power glide or a 4 speed manual or a three speed manual were there trannys available in 66. all were on the floor. you can find out everything about your car from , 66 was the first model year for the GTO . the VIN will tell you if it's a real GTO or not. good luck

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I did send for and have the spec sheet from phs. It shows my Vin # as a 1966 GTO 335HP, 389 Disp, Auto (2sp) YS, Block and 10.75 C.R. Doesn't say if it's a turbo 300 or power glide, but it is on the column. I was always told it was a Buick turbo 300? I guess it's a power glide.Rear lights are long bar type. Also says the 3 speed was standard on the column, on the floor was an option? Any other advice ? I'll keep researching, Looks like some were made or ordered that way. Thanks, Bob

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Yes, they did I have one automatic on the column with the factory build sheet that I got from the original owner my Uncle. 2spd on the column. I have not seen but a few others, so i would say that it is fairly rare.


2 speed is a power glide , 3 speed is a turbo.


Check your facts. 2 speed is a ST-300 BOP No power glide for 1966 GTO


Go to this web page. Scrool down to Pontiac/Tempest/65 to 69


I have a 1966 GTO; true 242; automatic with a column shift. This car is PHS documented w/window sticker. Column shift was standard if the optional console wasn't ordered. I love the column shift with an automatic; it opens the floor space up nicely

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The folks at PHS PO BOX 183251 Shelby Twp, MI 48318, can answer your question (586) 781-5167 0r 5164

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