Mayfair Maize 1965 Tempest 2-door hardtop owned by Jeff from Woodbridge, New Jersey. In November of 2008, it was for sale. Details are: Chevy Vortec 350 engine; new 700R4 4-speed transmission with B&M Composite X Pro Ratchet Shifter and transmission cooler; 3.23 Posi differential from 67 GTO; new front disk brake conversion kit with dual master cylinder and power booster; new tires on Halibrand knock-off wheels; suspension completely rebuilt with KYB Shocks, Eibach coil springs and Poly bushings; new Griffin cross floor radiator with new Flex-a-lite 3300cfm electric fan; and custom 2.25 inch dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers. The car is fully documented with receipts, pictures, and timeline of work completed. Less than 1,000 miles on engine and transmission. CLICK->
Mayfair Maize 1965 Tempest hardtop, left rear view. Check out how the exhaust exits out the side of the car. CLICK->
Mayfair Maize 1965 Tempest hardtop, right front view with hood open. CLICK->
It's got a Chevy engine! CLICK->
The interior is tan. CLICK->
The seats are two-tone tan and brown. CLICK->
Doug Akins just purchased this gold 1965 GTO sport coupe. Doug explains, "A friend of mine stumbled across this 65 post gold on gold GTO in a
backyard in Palmdale, California. He called me saying the owner wanted to get rid of it. The owner had started a restoration about five years prior and give up. It has the original 389 4-barrel with A/C and an automatic trans. It is currently under restoration." CLICK->
Gold 1965 GTO sport coupe, right front view. Looks like a nice rust free straight car. CLICK->
The trunk is loaded with all sorts of goodies. Most do not look like car parts. CLICK->
The interior could use some work. CLICK->
Doug has put some of the parts back on the car, cleaned out the trunk, and put on a nice set of vintage wheels. This car is currently under restoration. CLICK->
Burgundy 1965 GTO hardtop owned by Brad McCleary from Carson City, Nevada. Brad tells us, "I've had my '65 GTO for 3-1/2 years. I have added Tri-Power, Ram Air, original Hurst wheels, Redline tires, 3.55:1 Posi rear end, and a 200-4R transmission. I get about 18 mpg on the highway!" CLICK->
Brad added Tri-Power and the Ram Air components. CLICK->
The interior is Parchment and black. CLICK->
Many 1965 GTOs came with these chrome and black center consoles.
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