1965 GTO hardtop right front black from Craig Weiss dragging with front wheels off the ground! The car has had many modifications from stock. Some were made to make the car go faster. Others were made to make it lighter. This car has a plastic windshield, saving much weight. Iy also has a fiberglass front end, if not the whole body. Look at the headlights and chrome bumper. Those are painted-on details on the lightweight fiberglass body. Faster is better.
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Another 1965 GTO from Craig Weiss. This hardtop appears to be aqua. It is parked near some fountains in downtown Chicago. Many of the photos on this website are showing a car looking its best. But that's not the only type of photo you will see here. We also want photos of in-progress restorations, junkers and wrecks. If it involves a GTO, we want to see a photo of it. CLICK->
1965 GTO hardtop left front blue from Craig Weiss dragging in 1999. Here, the car wears lightweight polished aluminum wheels. The rear wheels have drag slicks on them for better traction. This picture was taken at the Gateway International Raceway in Saint Louis, Missouri. CLICK->
Doug Adamson's 1965 GTO hardtop was once painted red. The front of the cars wears a rebel flag. It is parked on a beach. CLICK->
This is a vintage picture, so excuse the grainyness. 1965 GTO hardtop painted gold with flames and many stripes from Doug Adamson. It has a beefed 389/850 Holley/Edelbrock highrise/four speed/super-shifter/488 Dana rearend. It was a class winner 3 times at Eping Speedway in the late 70's. In the 70's, it was popular to do a wild graphics job and many customizations. CLICK->
Another view of that customized 1965 metal flake GTO from Doug Adamson's younger days. Flames, stripes, chromed steel racing wheels, and no front bumper. CLICK->
Doug fabricated the custom dash for his 1965 GTO himself. CLICK->
Now the car is blue with Cragars. This car has an add-on fiberglass hood scoop. That car has big tires on the back. You can tell that the rear wheelwell openings have been enlarged. CLICK->
1965 GTO convertible white right-side view from Pete Hazlett. Car has redline tires and looks like red brake drums. It must be Christmas. CLICK->
This yellow 1965 GTO is worth a closer look. It's been shortened 36 inches. Bill Daniels owns it. Bill tells us about his new wheels, "It is now 4" lower with the addition of the Air Ride suspension and Boyd Coddington 18" wheels with low profile tires. These photos taken at the Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac & Cadillac Car Show in Atlanta Georgia on 4/23/05. We have some pictures of Bill's Car before the new wheels over in the GTOAA 2004 parking lot. Click here to see them using our Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with owner=Daniels and show=2004-GTOAA. CLICK->
Right rear view of Bill's shortened 1965 GTO convertible. CLICK->
The license plate confirms that this is one little GTO. CLICK->
1965 GTO convertible red picture #1 front-left view CLICK->
1965 GTO convertible red picture #2 with black interior. Hop right in! CLICK->
This is the home of racing GTOs too. Here is a Torch Red 1965 GTO hardtop race car from Bill Takanabe. We hear this car is acid dipped with a fiberglass front end, bumpers and deck lid. Based in California, Bill's car features an Alston chassis with Strange struts, spool and rear housing that holds a 4.30 and is mounted via a 4 link setup. The transmission is a 1.96 low Powerglide with brake and a TCI 4500 converter. The engine powering this 8-second ride is an Indian Adventures displacing 541 inches and has a Moldex billet crank, Ross pistons, Oliver rods, Edelbrock wide port heads with T&D shaft rockers, a custom sheetmetal intake with 2 methanol toilets, MSD with crank trigger, BOP belt drive and much more. This car is now solidly in the 8 second bracket and without N2O or blower!
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