1967 Pontiac GTO
The 1967 model year brought some slight design changes to the GTO, but big improvements under the hood. The GTO was still one of the best muscle cars around with high sales numbers and thousands of satisfied customers. However, Pontiac realized they needed to invest in more power and technology to keep the top spot on the market. So, for 1967, they offered a new engine, the 400 V8, which came in three levels of power.
The economy version used a two-barrel carburetor and delivered 265 HP. The standard used a four-barrel carburetor and delivered 335 and the high output had a different setup, producing 360 HP, the same as before, but with a little more torque. Again, the sales were high, so Pontiac built over 81,000 GTOs for the 1967 model year.