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1966 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 26 of 75.
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CLICK-> 4 door Tempest [an error occurred while processing this directive] Fontaine Blue 1966 4-door Tempest owned by Kev Staalesen from Wilton, New York. It has never been restored and has 58k miles on the clock. Kev commented, "It's powertrain consists of a 326 v8, ST-300 2sp automatic transmission (on the column), and standard rear axle. The only options were (and just as it reads): 'Decor Group (3 items), V8 Engine, Auto Trans, Push-Button Radio Factory, Power Steering, W/W Tires, 4 Way Flashers, Carpeting, Vanity Mirror, Trunk Lite, Glove Box Lite, Anti Freeze, and Polish'. It's Funny how antifreeze & polish were extras back then! The original bench-seat equipped interior is actually in nicer shape than the exterior of the car. I bought this car in the Fall of 2000, for a mere $1350. The original owner passed away just months beforehand, leaving it to his nephew's inheritance. Although nephew liked the car, he told me he'd rather have the garage space, so it has to GO! He even provided me with his late-uncle's car registration (same last names), the original car orderform from the dealer (dated 2/22/66) and also the Protect-O-Plate. Can you believe this car was ORDERED??? He traded in his 2yr old 1964 Nova 4dr 6cyl, giving him a $1500 credit towards this poncho! Here's the catch... I PROMISED the seller that I'd see to it that this Tempest would stay in my care for the next 30+ yrs, just as it is, and in this condition. That's why he sold it to me at that price. I more or less convinced him that if he sold to someone else, it would be such an easy target for GTO parts. I already have an arsenal of extra GTO parts cars already, so this little beauty would never be threatened. And that's the way it'll be:)"

CLICK-> 66 in a yard [an error occurred while processing this directive] Andrew Kuncas sent in these pictures. Andrew comments, "The '66 ragtop in this picture has been owned by the same guy for over 20 years. It was his first car and he can't bear to sell it even though its sinking into the ground and rusting away. It was originally a 389 3-speed 4bbl car with no options but he blew the motor and replaced it with a 400 4-speed combo which is still out of the car. To deter potential purchasers, the car is now covered with a tarp but is still outside in the Philadelphia winters and rain."

CLICK-> Primered 66 Post [an error occurred while processing this directive] John just purchased this 1966 LeMans post coupe. It's still got the original 326 with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The car was orginally Candlelight Cream. It has a white primer front-end from a 67 GTO.
CLICK-> Primered 66 Post [an error occurred while processing this directive] John has since fixed up his 1966 LeMans sport coupe. Looks great!

CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] 1966 GTO owned by Todd M from Southern California. It's painted a BMW Atlanta Blue. He purchased it in 1981. Perhaps you can see why he kept this car through so many years.
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, right front view. In this shot, you can see the very straight body panels on the car. It is like a mirror. You can see a detailed reflection of a road on the side of car.
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Todd's blue 1966 GTO hardtop sports a set of Rally II wheels.
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, right rear view. Nice shot!
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, rear end view. This car is wearing a sway bar and a chrome rear end cover. As the plate states, this is a historic vehicle.

CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Tom Allen sends us a photo of his Barrier Blue 1966 GTO hardtop along with some thoughts on the 2004 GTO; "I really didn't expect to see any lines which would remind one of my 66 of which I've included a picture, but I did expect to see some hints in the body style which would remind people of the Judge years. The biggest complaint I've heard from people of all ages and from all walks of life is that every car today looks like it was stamped out of the same cookie cutter. Throw them in the wind tunnel and you can only do so much to them. They all look alike. I said the new Thunderbird would fail when it was introduced and I was right. There are a lot of people out there who appreciate the squared up look from the old days. Be bold in your evolution of this car. Do something nobody else has the balls to do. Give the car some real style and you'll have a winner on your hands. At the moment, I don't see much difference between this style and the hundreds of rice burners out there today. [Pontiac,] you will probably ignore what I've just said. But I get to talk to a great deal of "common folk" and the idea of something which hints of the glory days of the muscle car era will sell big."
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barrier Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, left front view. This one has had a frame-off restoration. Tom told this story, "I puchased this car recently from a motorcycle patrolman in the Cleveland area. It was originally white and was in pretty bad shape. Some of the things that were done during the frame-off were, but not limited to replacing all front end parts, new bushings, sandblating and sealing frame and body before painting, replacing the quarters, driver's side floor and trunk. The seats, headliner, visors and carpeting were replaced. There is a new tach mounted on the steering column, and new water pressure and oil pressure gages mounted under dash below the radio. The 400 c.i. engine is out of a 1974 Trans Am. It was rebuilt with TRW forged and notched pistons, Summit rings, rod and main bearings, Competition cam (292H) series, Summit timing chain and gears, Edelbrock Performer RPM manifold and 750 cfm carb, and Pontiac heads, ported and polished. The trans is a 4 spd Muncie with a Hurst Competiton Plus shifter. The rear has 410 gears. The exhaust system has Hedman/Walker headers, 2-1/4" aluminized exhaust and Turboflow mufflers. The brakes are drum type and are completely rebuilt. I actually drove the 7 hours to Ohio to see this car. I was looking for a nice restore, but I also wanted a racier engine. I fell in love with it frome the start. I have started doing little things to take it to the next level, but I believe I have a great starting point...wouldn't you agree?"
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barrier Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, front end view.
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barrier Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, rear end view.
CLICK-> 66 GTO engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barrier Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, engine view. This is a newly rebuilt 400ci/425hp engine. Nice and clean!
CLICK-> 66 GTO interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barrier Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, interior view. This car has a steering column mounted tachometer. Look at the right side of the image. There you'll see the grab handle on the dash. This is the passenger's means of hanging on for dear life under hard acceleration. In other words it's part of the requirements for "Sit down, shut up, and hang on!"
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