Scott Pelley took this picture of a red 1965 GTO hardtop at a junkyard in Salineville, Ohio. He also took pictures of a 65 convertible. Scott asks, "I've been trying to buy both of these cars since 1988. The original engines and transmissions are still in them. Do you think they are worth the effort? Ohio winters are hard on cars. I think I can finally get one." CLICK->
Another shot of the red 1965 GTO hardtop that Scott found in a local junkyard. The part of the body that is above the ground looks okay. CLICK->
This is the new king of the hill for the fictional "most hood rust" award. Scott Pelley also took this picture of a blue 1965 GTO convertible a junkyard in Salineville, Ohio. It is sitting on an old 50s car. The emblem on the side says "Special". Is that a Buick Special? CLICK->
This GTO was saved from some rust by sitting it on the older white 50s car. But the car is still extremely rusty. CLICK->
The white interior is trashed. CLICK->
Maybe the trunk lid is still good. CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO hardtop owned by Michael from Woodland, California. Michael adds, "I had a '67 GTO when I was in high school. Health problems caused me to sell it. I was heart broken. 10 years later a man and his wife moved out of town and sold me their '65 GTO. It's not a '67 but it's
still a Goat." CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO hardtop, right front view. CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO hardtop, front end view. CLICK->
Red 1965 GTO hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
Capri Gold 1965 Tempest Custom hardtop owned by Robert L. Berry from Ohio. It has a 326ci 2bbl engine with dual exhaust. He purchased it in 1986. Robert is the second owner. CLICK->
Capri Gold 1965 Tempest Custom hardtop, front end view. This one has vintage Ohio plates. CLICK->
Capri Gold 1965 Tempest Custom hardtop, left front view. CLICK->
Capri Gold 1965 Tempest Custom hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
Capri Gold 1965 Tempest Custom hardtop, right rear view. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jabadday Boombabwe (jabadday.@zimbo.net) -"I play de steel drum all day for de tropical tourists. I made a steel drum out of de inverted roof of a 1968 GTO. We trew de rest of de car in de deep blue sea."