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Gold 1965 Tempest sports coupe, trunk view. If think the sound system sounds good inside, try riding in the trunk! CLICK->
Gold 1965 Tempest sports coupe. Snowbound in Iowa. CLICK->
Steve is restoring his 1965 Tempest to more of a street machine car. CLICK->
Here they are removing the engine. CLICK->
Here's a picture of the frame and rear end all ready to go. CLICK->
Body back on the frame. CLICK->
Here Steve tries out some colors with the help of his computer. CLICK->
Take a look at Bill Odoherty's red 1965 GTO hardtop. Bill says that this car sat in a mice infested barn for 15 years before he rescued. CLICK->
Left rear view of Bill's red 1965 GTO hardtop. Nice garage floor! CLICK->
Here's a BEFORE shot of the Tripower. CLICK->
Here's a AFTER shot of the Tripower. Nice! CLICK->
Bill sent in a picture of his recently installed auto alarm. Looks pretty alarming! CLICK->
Here's Bill doing some welding in the trunk of his red 1965 GTO during its restoration. It looks like the floor has a small hole in it. CLICK->
Here's a nice Nightwatch Blue 1965 GTO convertible owned by Stephen Chuck from Mason City, Iowa. Here's some comments from Stephen, "I just added the Hurst wheels this last year, I have the original Rally Is with white sidewalls in the garage. The car has been restored to its original specifications and options except for the vacuum gauge, Ram Air pan and the Hurst wheels which were not from the factory. It has the 360 horse power Tri-power engine with a four speed shifter, power windows, power seats, AM/FM radio (that works), power antenna, trunk release, under hood light, compass, air conditioning, power steering and power brakes." CLICK->
Nightwatch Blue 1965 GTO convertible, interior view. You can see the Ram Air knob under the dash to the left of the steering wheel. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Spencer - "I can't believe how extensive the information is on the color coding for interior and exterior and the decoding of the VIN numbers. It's great."