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can someone answer my question? Is the 400 CDI block at the 67 GTO in the three performance stages identical and the performance differences arise only by the intake and carburetor? Or are there other components responsible?
Sorry. I have to decide between a 255hp GTO in good shape with some little things to fix or a 335hp GTO which i would prefer because of the engine but much more to do. Of course there is also a gap of 10k between the two cars.
Yes, I unfortunately had a 1968 GTO with the 265 HP engine. At the time my father was shopping for a new car and you can imagine how excited I was that the GTO was cheaper than the Oldsmobile Cutlass which was the other contender. The damn salesman convinced my father that getting the 2bbl low compression engine that ran on regular gas was the way to go, it was a no cost option. That car was a dog, between the low power and a 2.78:1 rear ratio it was incredibly slow. Unless you are considering to buy the 255 HP GTO for it's "collectiblity", move on to the much more common 335 HP version.