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The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
by Sean Mattingly.
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CLICK-> Red 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another launch from this red 1966 GTO.

CLICK-> Red 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Montero Red 1966 GTO owned by J.C. Culpepper from Jonesboro, Louisiana. It's pictured here at the 2003 Spring Nationals. J.C. says, "It gives the Chevys fits in the local headsup race club."
CLICK-> Red 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a shot of J.C. Culpepper's 1966 GTO in a parade.
CLICK-> Built for racing [an error occurred while processing this directive] There are some big changes to the dash in this 66 GTO.
CLICK-> 66 GTO race engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] J.C. says that he can do 9.40s without the using the profogger.
CLICK-> Wheelie Time! [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's JC's 1966 Montero Red 1966 GTO pulling a wheelie.

CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cadet Blue 1966 GTO hardtop owned by Terry Gross from Hot Springs, Arkansas. Terry says, "The GTO is all original, 389, automatic with air. I've had this GTO for about 2 years and have won several trophies at local car shows. I am having a really good time with her."
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cadet Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, rear end view.
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cadet Blue 1966 GTO hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> 66 GTO and Terry [an error occurred while processing this directive] Terry and his Cadet Blue 1966 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> blue 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cadet Blue 1966 GTO hardtop. Two views in one!
CLICK-> 66 GTO engine (389) [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a shot of that 389ci engine in Terry's Cadet Blue 1966 GTO.

CLICK-> 66 Tempest in a Field [an error occurred while processing this directive] Jim Costello snapped pictures of this blue 1966 Tempest Custom that is located in Northern Nebraska. You can tell a LOT about a car by studying a few photos of it. Let's see... This car shows some of the typical wear and tear that happens to cars at this age. It has a peeling vinyl top. That happens when the sun dries out the petroleums the once-stretchy vinyl is made of. After the vinyl curls up, water will get between the vinyl and the roof metal and make a rusty mess. This car has thin faded paint. The car was left outdoors in the sun a lot. Sometimes cars get buffed to make them shine. Overbuffing can lead to a thinner coating of paint, too thin to resist the weather elements. Looks like you can see right through to the primer on this car. If those leaves are left in a pile on the cowl vent area, this can cause bad rustout problems. The leaf pile will hold damaging moisture as the leaves decompose. The lower windshield area can rot through, exposing the floorboards to unwanted rainwater. Next "to go" will be the floor metal in front of the front seats. This car also shows the typical paint chips on the front. See the vertical metal between the grilles? Vertical metal on the front of cars will chip quite easily. Can this car be saved? Yes! The sheetmetal looks straight, the trim is all there. The car looks like it is sitting low in the front. Might need a set of wheels. Have jack will travel.
CLICK-> 66 Tempest in a Field [an error occurred while processing this directive] 1966 Tempest Custom from the rear. Looks like the side trim is screwed on in several places with external screws. This car was probably repainted in the 1970's by someone who removed all the trim and then lost the proper trim clips; thus, the screws. Looks like there is evidence of a previous sheetmetal repair here. See the lower fender? The metal has separated there. The lower piece may have been added as a patch to cover up some rust. That is a frequent rustout area. Another frequent rustout area is the metal under the lower windowglass moulding. The bad news in this photo is the pile of leaves. It will accelerate rustout by trapping moisture right on top of this vulnerable valley and hold it there. As bad as this photo might appear at first glance, there is good news. The parts are all there! A restorer would need some new trim pieces. The bumper could go to a re-chroming shop for an exchange or repair. No problem.
CLICK-> 66 Tempest in a Field [an error occurred while processing this directive] We continue to study this 1966 Tempest Custom that is sitting around. While it has some minor battle scars, it is still fairly straight. The windowglass is all there, meaning there might only be minimal damage to the interior. By looking at that side trim, I'd guess it's the aftermarket type that was usually put onto boats and RV's with sheetmetal screws. This car is missing the driver's side mirror, an easy part to replace. Look how flat the paint is. That might be enamel that was applied in the 1980's. More good news: the car actually has a couple tires on this side and they are holding some air. The front end is not sitting very high in the air, so chances are good that it still has an engine in it!
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