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Burgundy 1965 GTO convertible, front end view. CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO convertible, interior view. This car is ready for the road with two sets of fuzzy dice and two tiger tails. CLICK->
Bluemist Slate 1965 GTO hardtop owned by George Bednar from Michigan. George tells us more, "I bought the car from Volo Cars in Illinois, February 2005. Since then I detailed the undercarriage, detailed the engine, new exhaust with splitters, and I replaced the headliner. It is PHS documented and has 56,785 actual documented miles. I spoke to the original owner who owned it until 1995. It was purchased from Meridian Pontiac in California in 1965 for a total of $3611.89 with tax." CLICK->
Bluemist Slate 1965 GTO hardtop with George's buddy Norman in the drivers seat. CLICK->
Bluemist Slate 1965 GTO hardtop, interior view. This one has the blue interior. A lighter shade called turquoise was also offered in 1965. CLICK->
Bluemist Slate 1965 GTO hardtop, engine view. CLICK->
Travis Staggs and his Dad are restoring this Fontaine Blue 1965 Tempest Sport Coupe. Travis explains, "It has a 455 HO in it bored over .30 with ported 101cc heads. The cam is from Comp. Cams with a 224-234 degrees at .50 with 465-485 lift. It has a Holley 750 CFM on a Edelbrock Performer Intake and 1 5/8 inch headers. We are building this car to put my peer's ricers to shame." CLICK->
Travis has a GTO hood on his 1965 Tempest Sport Coupe. CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO convertible owned by Joe from Los Angeles, California. Joe tells us, "It is a PHS documented Tri-Power 4-speed convertible. I am looking for a pre-February 1965 WS motor to make it complete." CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO convertible, right front view down low. CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO convertible, right front view up high. CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO convertible, interior view. CLICK->
White 1965 GTO hardtop owned by Joe Lennox. Awesome! Joe tells us more, "I bought this car about two years ago in Pasadena, California. The guy I bought it from had recently brought it from Tennessee to California. It is an original Tri-Power, 4-speed car. Unfortunately, the original drivetrain is long gone. The car has a built 326 and a Turbo 350 in it right now. I have planned a full restoration to include a big-bore engine and manual transmission.
Currently, I am serving in the USMC, and so the restoration will probably have to wait until I get out." CLICK->
White 1965 GTO hardtop, left front view up high. CLICK->
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