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Black Cherry 1965 GTO clone convertible, left rear view. This car also has a "Hurst Equipped" badge on the trunklid. CLICK->
Black Cherry 1965 GTO clone convertible, interior view. CLICK->
Tony continues talking about the car he built his way, "I remember back then they didn't call it Ram Air but called it the Fresh Air package so I had some letters made and stuck them along the scoop for some added nostalgia." CLICK->
Tony's Black Cherry 1965 GTO clone convertible has Redline tires mounted on Hurst wheels. CLICK->
Teal Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop sitting next to some huge old iron. This train is found at the Steamtown National Historic Site & Trolley Museum Scranton, Pennsylvania. The car was found for sale on the internet in 2004. CLICK->
Teal Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop, right front view. This car has a factory 389 Tri-Power, TH400 automatic transmission, 3.55 rear end, Rally gauges, console, AM Radio, and Rally II wheels.
Teal Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop, left front view. That is one HUGE train. CLICK->
Teal Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop in a garage. CLICK->
There is a Parchment interior in this Teal Turquoise 1965 GTO hardtop. Very clean. CLICK->
Chuck Dunn just purchased this Nightwatch Blue 1965 GTO sport coupe. Chuck tells us, "I took this an hour after i bought it. I just treated the old girl to a well deserved buffing. This sport coupe has a ton of factory options that make it a blast to drive. I pulled a trailer 1500 miles and almost bought a fake car from a fake dealer near Boston. I ended up buying this 'real car' right in my home town." The 1965 GTO was an option on the Pontiac LeMans. It's not easy to spot a fake 1965 GTO. One way is to submit the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to Pontiac Historial Services. CLICK->
Mayfair Maize 1965 Tempest sport coupe owned by Matthew Ritter from Bridgeton, New Jersey. Matthew comments, "I picked up this debadged Tempest 'sleeper' project on 3/21/04. It's got a full 1967 GTO drivetrain including a built 400 with a Lunati 292 lift cam (WOW), new Holley, Hooker headers, Flowmasters, an M21 4-speed and a 3.90 posi rear. Has a brand new complete interior and all new chrome and stainless. It needs a little work, but a nice solid car that the previous owner obviously invested a lot of money in. I can't wait to get started!" Matthew also owns a Nocturne Blue 1964 GTO pictured in our 1964 Parking Lot. Click here to see all his cars. CLICK->
Mayfair Maize 1965 Tempest sport coupe, left side view. This is a clean looking car. CLICK->
Mayfair Maize 1965 Tempest sport coupe, rear end view. The tail lights of the Tempest are different from a GTO. The GTO has horizontal chrome stripes running over each red tail light and the panel between them. On the Tempest, you can see the whole red part of the tail light. CLICK->
John Wray purchased this Montero Red 1965 GTO project. John tells us, "I bought this 65 GTO locally. It is an original Montero Red exterior, Metallic Red interior, Tri-power 4 speed car. These pictures were taken when the seller brought it home, he added the front clip from another 65 he had and sold it to me." CLICK->
Left rear view of the Montero Red 1965 GTO hardtop that John bought. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Stuart McGinley (stuart_mcginley.@hotmail.com) - "Looking for a 1970's GTO. Black with two red stripes running up the bonnet and roof. Its featured in the film "The Faculty". That car makes me want to cry...with joy."