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Red 1965 GTO sport coupe, interior view. This one has the Custom Sports Steering Wheel and a manual transmission without the center console. CLICK->
Rick's red 1965 GTO sport coupe, in the park. Looks like the car is running. CLICK->
White 1956 LeMans convertible owned by Marcus Wallace from Kansas City, Kansas. Plans are to create a GTO clone. He's currently in the middle of disassembly. He's wondering if anyone knows how to remove the rear window from the convertible top. CLICK->
White 1956 LeMans convertible project car, right front view. This car is from California. Cars from warmer climates aren't as rusty but they are well worn. CLICK->
White 1956 LeMans convertible project car, left rear view. Lot's of potiential here. CLICK->
Vintage picture of the Pussy A Go Go 1965 GTO Sport Coupe drag car sponsored by Milner Pontiac. This might be the Milner Pontiac dealership located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Click here to see pictures of this dealership. This car has the modified axle configuration that racers were experimenting back in the 60's. They moved the front and rear axles way forward to improve traction. Yes, the rear wheel openings have been moved forward about 6 to 8 inches. Click here to compare to a stock 65 GTO Sport Coupe. Spectators said they were "funny" looking, which is how the word "funny car" started. CLICK->
Take a look at thsi red 1965 GTO clone convertible. The owner tells us, "Hello guys. Here is my baby. She's a clone, but a darn fine one at that. Super Built 389, aluminum heads, TRW piston, hardened rods, and best of everything in the engine. It has a 200R4 with overdrive built by a well known race car tranny builder. This tranny can push through more than 1000HP. Its not a weak one. It also has Flowmasters, 17" Boyd Coddington custom wheels - 275's on the back and 245 on the front, custom Eibach Springs Smooth ride, 3.90 gears, and a completely redone interior with a center console." CLICK->
Here are some addtional shots of this red 1965 GTO clone convertible in the Toronto snow. CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO clone convertible, front end view. CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO clone convertible, right side view. CLICK->
Close-up of the large rims on this 1965 GTO clone convertible. CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO clone convertible, interior view. That's an aftermarket B&M automatic shifter. CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO cloan convertible, interior view. CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO clone convertible, engine view. CLICK->
Blue Charcoal 1965 LeMans convertible project owned by Lucas Garza from Euless, Texas. Lucas tells us, "I have been admiring the grille of these cars for some time. I came across this one and had to buy it. It will need a lot of work due to the fact that it was sitting outside for a while. It is not part matching, but the parts that are not matching are the 400 HO engine and the auto transmission. Not sure what the transmission is yet. It originally came with the 326 engine and 3-speed manual transmission." PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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