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1965 hardtop GTO frame off pic #3 from Brent Kelley (firstname.lastname@example.org) in Austin, Texas. Here the steering arms are layed out for installation on a newly painted frame. CLICK->
1965 hardtop GTO frame off pic #4 from Brent Kelley (email@example.com) in Austin, Texas. The engine, transmission, driveshaft, and rearend are all installed. CLICK->
These pictures of a 1965 GTO red hardtop was sent in by Craig Galloway (firstname.lastname@example.org) for me to review before a possible purchase. The owner says that the engine was overhauled and has few miles on it. It was also painted, it was originally blue. CLICK->
Picture #2 (black interior view) of the 1965 GTO red hardtop was sent in by Craig Galloway (email@example.com) CLICK->
Picture #3 (engine view) of the 1965 GTO red hardtop was sent in by Craig Galloway (firstname.lastname@example.org) CLICK->
This 1965 GTO is in Oslo Norway. The owner, Åsmund Olerud (Asmund.Olerud@oslo.media.telenor.no), tells us more about the car: "Just this summer (2000) I got myself a GTO. She's the one and only 65 model in Norway, so you can imagine the looks I get when I'm driving on the highways in Norway. I was searching for a nice American car when I stumbled over this sharp looking GTO. My mind was made up as soon as I got a first glint of her. Two weeks later she was all mine." CLICK->
Blue 1965 GTO convertible with a white top, owned by Bill Brown. Photo by Western NY GTO Club, Lloyd Rowland. CLICK->
Sometimes the backyard is home of the Pontiac GTO. Andy Ellison (email@example.com) in Central Virginia just purchased these three 1965 LeMans convertibles. They have no motors or transmissions. They have many GTO parts on them. CLICK->
Side view of two of Andy Ellison's three 1965 LeMans convertibles. CLICK->
Andy has since picked up two GTO hoods for his cars. Andy brings us up to date, "The worst has been brought home and some restorization has begun. I have also picked up for cheap a 75 pontiac catalina car with a good 400 engine and tranny." CLICK->
Looks like Brad Barrie (firstname.lastname@example.org) has been playing around with some image editing software. He sent me this picture that looks like it came from a movie you might recognize. He must be an American Graffiti fan. Brad says: "Thought you'd get a kick out of this pic. My '65 Pro Streeter takes on "The Fastest Car In The Valley", Milner's
coupe on the famed Paradise Road. You tell this guy Milner I aim to blow his ass right off the road. he he!" Brad is in the NW GTO Legends club from Washington State.
1965 GTO (pic #1) from Frank Rabsatt (25CC_Man@email.msn.com) of New York. All these pics are the same car. The first (white) ones are CLICK->
White 1965 GTO (pic #2) from Frank Rabsatt (25CC_Man@email.msn.com) of New York. Left rear view. CLICK->
White 1965 GTO (pic #3) from Frank Rabsatt (25CC_Man@email.msn.com) of New York. Engine view. CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO (pic #4) from Frank Rabsatt (25CC_Man@email.msn.com) of New York. Front view with the new paint. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Mike Whyte (bonvivant2000.@hotmail.com) -"How much time do you spend per week working on your site? It's like a frame-off GTO restoration, but you don't get all greasy."