This is a one of a kind 1965 Tempest Safari truck built from a four door station wagon by Dave 'The Butcher' Willams from Post Falls, Idaho. Dave tells us, "The build process started in 1992 and was completed in 1996. The engine is a 1965 326 HO, 340 horsepower
going through a Borg warner Super T10 4-speed. It was a 1998 Portland Roadster show winner and a 1998 Tiger Run Winnwer in Bend Oregon - as well as many others." CLICK->
Reef Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop owned by Steve Roden from Elk Grove Village, Illinois. Steve tells us, "I was 15 when my Dad bought this car and told me to start working on it. About a year later, he told me it was mine." CLICK->
Here's a close up of the Tri-power engine in Steve's Reef Turquoise 1965 GTO. CLICK->
Steve sent in some updated photos of the progress he has made on his Reef Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Reef Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop, left rear view. Nice job! Fatties in the rear and skinnies in the front. CLICK->
Reef Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
Close-up shot of the under side and rear tire on Steve's Reef Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Nightwatch Blue 1965 GTO sport coupe owned by Herb Stratton from Merritt Island, Florida. Herb adds, "I found car in Hemmings in 1997. Did a total frame off resto. Car is an original GTO post coupe with 4-speed, tri-power, a/c, console, power steering and brake, 323 posi rear, rally gauges. Added wood wheel, splitters and Hurst wheels." CLICK->
Nightwatch Blue 1965 GTO sport coupe, right rear view. CLICK->
Iris Mist 1965 GTO convertible owned by Herb Stratton from Merritt Island, Florida. Nightwatch Blue 1965 GTO sport coupe is also Herb's. Herb tells us, "I bought this convertable GTO at the July 2003 GTO nationals in Columbus, Ohio. It makes a great companion for my Post GTO. Both have 389 Tri-Powers, 4-speeds, exhaust splitters, wood wheels, AM/FM radios, and Hurst wheels."Click Here to see Herbs other car. CLICK->
Another view of Herb's Iris Mist 1965 GTO convertible and Nightwatch Blue 1965 GTO sport coupe. Is there anything better than owning two GTOs? - Except owning three! CLICK->
Iris Mist 1965 GTO convertible, interior view. Herb has a wood Custom Sport steering wheel, push button AM/FM radio, in-dash tach, and air conditioning. CLICK->
Iris Mist 1965 GTO convertible, Herb, and his daughter. Herb adds, "This picture is of my daughter Shannon as Homecoming Queen. She chose my 1965 GTO for her ride. She had her choice of Vetts, Jags, BMWs, but she loves the old GOATS (me and the GTO)." CLICK->
Black Cherry 1965 GTO clone convertible owned by Tony Mirrione from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Tony tells us, "I purchased this car on January 2, 1997, in Shawnee, Oklahoma. The car came originally out of Mcloud, Oklahoma from the original owner. It was a Tempest Custom convertible with a 326CI engine and no other frills. The car had great floorboards and the body was almost rust free, except for some minor dents. I had to bring this car back to the future as a GTO because that was my dream car. I couldn't afford to buy a real one so I built this one. It took six years but was well worth it. A lot of friends helped with their talents and time to get this car where it is now. It now has power steering, power brakes, a dual gate shifter, and a 400 ci engine with a turbo 400 behind it. A 3.23 Posi unit and a Ram Air 65 Tri-power setup." CLICK->
Black Cherry 1965 GTO clone convertible, left side view. Tony adds, "I most recently purchased these beautiful Hurst wheels that give it that extra touch of beauty." PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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