Blue 1966 LeMans Sprint hardtop owned by Jon. It has the OHC Sprint 6 engine with a 4 barrel and a split manifold. It's won many trophies in the Northwest. CLICK->
Blue 1966 LeMans Sprint hardtop, right front view. CLICK->
Blue 1966 GTO hardtop owned by Tim Rysavy. It's a numbers matching 389 4-speed. Tim says he has the the original "poverty caps". CLICK->
Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, right side view. This one has a black vinyl top and pin stripes. CLICK->
Red 1966 LeMans convertible owned by Joe Thum. Here's what Joe had to say, "It has a 65' HO 326 w/powerglide and soon to have a 67' 400 w/400 installed in it. I am trying to track down a set of Rally II's for it, and get rid of those nasty wire baskets! This is how it looked when I brought it home after sitting in storage since 1988! It's a clean car and has been well taken care of. I paid $4800.00 for it! It gets plenty of smiles per miles!" CLICK->
Another view of Joe's red 1966 LeMans convertible with the top up. CLICK->
What would you do if you happened upon a 1966 GTO that's been sitting in an impound lot since 1966? BUY IT!!! Peter purchased this blue 1966 sports coupe in 1996 (30 years after it was impounded). What's the mileage? Peter says it's in the 4 digit range. CLICK->
Red 1966 GTO hardtop owned by Russ Fellman. This one has redline tires mounted on Rally I wheels. CLICK->
Red 1966 GTO hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
Red 1966 GTO hardtop, interior view. Hop in! CLICK->
Red 1966 GTO hardtop, Tripower engine view. Nice clear photo, take a look. CLICK->
This is a 1966 GTO from Bruce Niemietz as seen in April 1996 in Apple Valley, California. There are some other Pontiacs here too. CLICK->
A 1970 model J Grand Prix is going to tow this 1966 GTO to storage. Bruce Niemietz was in the process of moving to Marion, Indiana. This GTO was originally Montero Red. CLICK->
Red 1966 Hurst Tripower GTO convertible picture set taken by Chirs Hayes (HAYESCHR@fisher-price.com) at a summer Western New York GTO show. CLICK->
Red 1966 Hurst GTO convertible, left rear view. Here you can see the Hurst emblem on the trunk lid. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
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