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The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
by Sean Mattingly.
1966 GTO Parking Lot
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1966 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 35 of 75.
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CLICK-> It's a 421 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another view of the 421ci engine in Shawn's Iris Mist 1966 GTO hardtop.

CLICK-> 1966 Pontiac Engines [an error occurred while processing this directive] Ron Dessel sends in this scan of an interesting 1966 model year pamphlet he owns. It contains pictures and a detailed description of each Pontiac engine offered in 1966. Notice that there were only two engine offerings for the GTO in 1966. It also describes the manual transmissions available.

CLICK-> 66 Junker [an error occurred while processing this directive] Not much left from this 1966 GTO convertible owned by Marty Bollinger. Marty tells this story, "Here is some pictires of the worst 1966 GTO convertible there is I would say. It originally was a 389 3-deuce 4-speed car. The engine and transmission was taken out in 1969 to be put in a Studebaker and the car was pushed off a hill and covered with dirt. I have sold most the good parts off this car. Just side windows are left. I was buying a Roadrunner from the Son and saw the taillight sticking out of the bank. I went to look and was shocked at what I saw. So I had to buy it and dig it out."
CLICK-> 66 Junker [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is the what's left of the front end of Marty's 1966 GTO find. The door has a huge dent in it. I cannot believe that those side windows aren't broken.

CLICK-> Green 66 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Forest Green 1966 LeMans with a black painted top owned by Matthew from San Benito, Texas. Matthew had this to say, "I got it in April 04 from a guy selling it for only 3 grand. I knew that was a good deal because it was in decent running condition. With the help of my Dad and Uncle, the engine was rebuilt. With the help of a summer job, I replaced a lot of stuff under the hood. I'm only 20 and in College so I can't work on it except for when I go home. I'm very pleased with it so far and its a real head turner. Any comments and advice for a young kid trying to make a dream car would be greatly appreciated. Also any place to find parts would be helpful."
CLICK-> Green 66 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Forest Green 1966 LeMans hardtop, right front view. This one has a two-tone paint job (the top is black).
CLICK-> Green 66 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Forest Green 1966 LeMans hardtop, front end view.

CLICK-> Red 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Montero Red 1966 GTO hardtop spotted by a site visitor, Jeff, at the Charlotte AutoFair at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina. This one had a paper in the front window said 'SOLD'.

CLICK-> Red 66 GTO with Potiential [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill Minsinger started with this 1966 GTO and...
CLICK-> Frame is OFF! [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill takes his 1966 GTO off the frame. Now that's a nice hoist overhead! There are rollers on a rail. Heavy chains suspend the car from the overhead rail.
CLICK-> 66 GTO Frame [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill cleans up the frame and paints it up. That is a GM 8.2 10-Bolt rear with 3.23 gears. This shop appears to be well-stocked with supplies.
CLICK-> 66 GTO Frame [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another shot of the painted frame suspended in the air. Looks like a red 67 GTO in the background.
CLICK-> Engine Rebuild [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill rebuilds the bottom end of the engine. That's a 1966 Pontiac 389ci, #9778789, with a cast date of Oct. 7, 1965. This engine has not been repainted the traditional color of Pontiac blue.
CLICK-> Engine In [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill sets his engine with a set of headers and transmission into the frame.
CLICK-> Engine In. [an error occurred while processing this directive] Let's take a look around the front end.
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