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Nightwatch Blue 1965 GTO hardtop, interior view. Dante's got a couple of go-fast additions in here. CLICK->
Forgotten 1965 Tempest Custom coupe with a 326. It was sent in by VETTE98PACECAR@comcast.net. CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO convertible owned by Steven Johnson from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Steve commented, "I bought this car in a local town here in Oklahoma. It was in 27 boxes and 18 Fleischmann's butter bowls. I have owned it for 15 years and have just finished a long money sucking project that was well worth the time it took to complete it. Whoever said this was a passion knew what they were talking about. God Bless John Delorean and God bless the GTO." CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO convertible, right side view. CLICK->
Black 1965 GTO hardtop with a set of 18 inch rims. It is sucking down some premium gas at a Shell station. Check out the custom wheels on this beast. CLICK->
Dudes, this car is bad with those big custom wheels. Black 1965 GTO hardtop, left rear view. There's a Royal Bobcat decal behind the rear quarter window. Can you overhear the conversation the two dudes are having? I can hear it now. "Dude, this CAR is bad." "Yeah, dude, this car IS bad."
Nightwatch Blue 1965 GTO hardtop owned by Danny Wilson from North Carolina. It received a total restoration from the ground up. CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO convertible owned by Bob Smith. CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO convertible, interior view. CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO convertible, left rear view. CLICK->
Trunk view of Steveo's 1965 Tempest restoration. This is his frame-off project. Looks like he's doing some sanding in the trunk. Steveo comments, "I've always wanted a 60's GTO but could never afford what people were asking. So I had to settle for it's little brother - a 1965 Tempest custom sports coupe." CLICK->
The frame-off is progressing. Here's the splatter paint. Steveo's got a nice looking trunk on his 1965 Tempest. CLICK->
Here Steveo tries his hand at restoring the instrument panel. These are the optional Rally Gauge Cluster. CLICK->
Another shot of the instrument panel restoration. Here the gauges are mounted again. Steveo wonders if anyone knows what color the high beam indicator lens is supposed to be. CLICK->
Steveo made this photo earlier in his "frame-off" restoration project. You can see the frame parked next to the body in his driveway.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says James Quigley (JSQuigley.@leggmason.com) - "I have been visiting your awesome web site for 16 months now and have yet to walk away with anything other than awe and lust for the GTO itself (particularly the ' 67 convertible) and total respect and admiration for the hard work and selfless effort you put towards maintaining this site."