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The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
by Sean Mattingly.
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1965 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 46 of 85.
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CLICK-> 1965 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Meanwhile, the body is masked off for some primer and base coats.
CLICK-> 1965 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] A shot down the rear wheel well of the body. Looks like it has been undercoated.
CLICK-> 1965 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] The frame, rear end and suspension has been powder coated by All-Pro Powder Coat of Pittsburg, California.
CLICK-> 1965 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Shot of the powder coated frame from the rear. Steven is performing all the mechanical work with the assistance of Precision Brake & Front End of Antioch, California.
CLICK-> 1965 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Steve describes the engine and suspension work, "The engine is a '70 455 bored out .030 over with Keith Black pistons, Edelbrock heads and a '65 Tri-Power set-up. The front end sports 2" drop spindles with 11" disk brakes to give it a lower stance and more stopping power. I also added a coil over system from QA1 and a larger diameter sway bar by Hotchkis. The rear suspension is all Hotchkis with the exception of the lower trailing arms which are stock and then I boxed them in. For some reason the Hotchkis arms rubbed against the back side of their frame mounts."
CLICK-> 1965 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a view into the differential of Steven's 1965 GTO.
CLICK-> 1965 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] The body meets up with the frame again.

CLICK-> 1965 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Steve and Shari Ackeret now own this Montero Red 1965 LeMans. They explain, "In 2004, we bought this 1965 LeMans as a Christmas present to ourselves for $750.00. It had once belonged to a friend of ours when it was new, and we recently found it again. Someone had started to restore it, as a GTO clone. We are going to do some of our own rehab on it. It will not be restored as original, but will have a 455 Tri-Power so we can blow the doors off of my brother's 64 GTO and his Hurst Olds. Now the fun begins!"
CLICK-> 1965 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Closer look at the side and a peek inside the Montero Red 1965 LeMans hardtop. The interior is red.
CLICK-> 1965 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] The LeMans has the vinyl body side moldings. They follow the line where pinstripes are also painted.
CLICK-> 1965 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Hopefully Steve and Shari will send us some pictures of their finished 1965 LeMans.

CLICK-> 65 Tempest Junker [an error occurred while processing this directive] Take a look at this 1965 Tempest wagon that Ryan 'Pontiac Picture Snapper' Treadway shot in Dayton, Ohio. Let's see if I can figure out exactly where this wagon is located. The truck at the bottom says Vintage Car Parts, your Pontiac Connection (513) 268-0721, Kettering, Ohio. However a search for that company was fruitless. See the red logo on the building in the background? So I looked up "Trame". Through a quick Google search, I learned that Trame is a full service HVAC, plumbing, and energy management company serving the Dayton, Cincinnati, and Columbus areas. Dayton! Bingo. Their address is 1712 E. First Street, Dayton, Ohio. There's a map to them here: MapQuest 1712 E 1st St Dayton OH 45403 And... here's an aerial photo of the cars from my spy satellite: UltimateGTO Satellite #1 Yep, in the satellite photos, you can spot the cars sitting inside the fenced-in yard.

CLICK-> Blue 1965 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bluemist Slate 1965 GTO sport coupe owned by David Posusta from Toledo, Iowa. David adds, "We purchased the car in 1990 from a party who won it in a give away contest from Coors out of Colorado in 1988. We had it stripped and painted etc. It has A/C, tilt, PS, PB, and auto on the column and is documented through PHS."
CLICK-> Blue 1965 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bluemist Slate 1965 GTO sport coupe, right rear view. AAugh - look in the trunk, it' a chinese tiger with da scary slanty chinese tiger eyes!
CLICK-> 1965 GTO Front Seats [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bluemist Slate 1965 GTO sport coupe, interior view. This GTO has a column shift automatic.
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