Four sought-after muscle cars will grace Mecum Indianapolis this coming May. The auction will feature a trio of Pontiac GTO models and a one-off Buick GS Stage 1 convertible.
Each of the cars comes from the Mike Guarise collection, who said it’s time to change the furniture around within his collection. Each of the cars are exceptionally well maintained and original.
The first is a 1965 Pontiac GTO with a factory-correct (and verified) Tri-Power 389 V8 engine and four-speed transmission.
The second GTO is a 1966 GTO convertible. The car features an upgraded WS-suffix Tri-Power 389 V8 engine and four-speed transmission. Additionally, it was fit from the factory with a handful of custom touches, including the shift knob, rally gauges and bucket seats.
Finally, a 1969 GTO Judge rounds out the Pontiacs. The Judge boasts an original Ram Air III 400 V8 engine with a four-speed transmission. Paperwork verifies it’s an original factory Matador Red 4-speed GTO Judge.
As for the Buick, it’s very special. The 1970 Buick GS Stage 1 convertible is one of 67 models ever produced. The muscle car still houses its original 455 V8 engine and four-speed transmission, and the original owner ordered the car with a sportier F41 suspension package.
Each car will find its new home between May 15 and 19, and we’re almost positive we’ll see near six-figure bids.