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1966 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 19 of 75.
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CLICK-> red 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Red 1966 Hurst GTO convertible, left front fender view. This car has a set of redline tires mounted on Rally I wheels.
CLICK-> red 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a shot of that Tripower engine in this red 1966 Hurst GTO convertible. This is a nice clear picture.

CLICK-> Rusted 1966 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rusty 1966 GTO owned by Redgy and Lance Boyer from Redding, California. Redgy explains, "I found this at a poker game. It was in a shed with another 66 GTO for 23 years. The owner died and his son was able to take the other 1966 389 4bl auto. This one is a 389 4bl 4spd. It had American 15x8 Cragar rims but all the tires were rotted. I put on a set of stock wheels so I could move it. It is my new project. The 1969 GTO is in the body shop and should be done by April, so need another project. When I finsh I will send a picture of all three - 1966, 1969, 2004 GTOs, all Cosmos Purple." Click here to see their other GTOs by using the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with owner=Redgy Boyer and model=GTO.

CLICK-> 66 GTO convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Marina Turquoise (code L) 1966 GTO convertible with the same color interior. Rick Pastva (RPastva@aol.com) comments, "Allow me to introduce you to the first brand new car my father, Vince Pastva, ever purchased. That's right, he's kept this car in pristine condition for 36 years. Not an easy thing to do in Strongsville, Ohio. He still has the window sticker too. It was $3,860.00. One day, I hope he'll pass on the "family heirloom" to me."

CLICK-> blue 66 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1966 LeMans hardtop owned by Paul Verrone. Here's what Paul had to say, "I've just recently (August of last year...my 25th birthday present to myself! ;-) ) purchased my first muscle car, a 1966 LeMans. The 326 engine block and 2 speed AT transmission are numbers matching. It was originally white with blue interior, and a 2 barrel, single exhaust. I bought it from a mechanic who basically replaced/rebuilt everything mechanical in the car. (New fuel tank, brake lines, rebuilt engine, rebuilt tranny, new 4 barrel Holley 650 cfm carb, Edelbrock Performer intake manifold, Crane camshaft, dual flowmaster exhausts, etc.) I believe (but have been unable to truly verify) that the odometer reading of 75k is original. The previous owner apparently got bored with it since only body/interior work was left to do, and he enjoyed working on the mechanics.

The paintjob is terrible, and I hope to have the money to have it professionally repainted sometime next year. Whatever body the rust had was taken care of before I purchased it. There is only some minor work that needs to be done on the rear quarterpanels. I've bought most of the chrome pieces that are missing, and plan to put them on as soon as the weather warms up. Once that's all done, I will start working on the interior. (Pretty good there, except for 2 cuts in the front seats. Headliner needs to be replaced though, and it needs a stereo)

Upon driving the car home to NY from PA, I decided for whatever reason to open up the glove compartment.I was shocked to find the original maintenance booklet with the name of the dealership that sold the car in PA, as well as the original owner's name and metal plate with all the car's information on it!

Since I've bought it, I've had the tires replaced with a new set of raised white lettering Dunlops, converted it to an electronic ignition, and had the radiator re-cored. I plan to make the car look almost brand new, but I plan to wait a few years before doing a frame-off resto. I just love driving it too much! :)"

CLICK-> 66 LeMans Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] About a year after sending the above pictures, Paul decided to have a professionally done body-on restoration for his 1966 LeMans. Here's a picture of the rear lower-left quarter panel cut away. This is a frequent location of rust and years of body filler.
CLICK-> 66 LeMans Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here we are fitting up a new lower rear quarter panel. Looks like a good fit. Let's weld it on!
CLICK-> 66 LeMans Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] The right lower rear quarter wasn't as bad. Here, just a small piece had to be replaced.
CLICK-> 66 LeMans Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] The car got some work around the front wheels. Looks like Paul needed a bit replaced behind the right front wheel as well.
CLICK-> 66 LeMans Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Looks like similar body work was required on the left front end too.
CLICK-> 66 LeMans Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] The body work is done and the primer is on.
CLICK-> 66 LeMans Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] This fender looks good as new again. Remember that the lower part was replaced.
CLICK-> 66 LeMans Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a shot of the engine compartment. Looks like Paul had some detailing done in here too.
CLICK-> 66 LeMans Trunk [an error occurred while processing this directive] The blue paint is on and look at the big box of parts from Year One! Time to have some fun!
CLICK-> 66 LeMans Engine! [an error occurred while processing this directive] The engine in Paul's 1966 LeMans looks nice and clean.
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1966 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 19 of 75.


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