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The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
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1966 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 36 of 75.
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CLICK-> Engine in frame [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's the details: casting #16 (72 cc) heads, ceramic coated Competition springs, stock 400 pistons, stock forged rods resized with ARP bolts, Clevite 77 bearings, 9.8 : 1 compression, Armasteel crankshaft, polished standard size rods & mains, GM cast iron intake ceramic coated, modified 800 cfm Rochester Quadrajet carburetor, high output oil pump with hardened shaft, Wolverine 441/450 lift camshaft, and calibrated HEI ignition.
CLICK-> Trans In [an error occurred while processing this directive] The transmission is a Turbohydromatic 350 with Hurst Dual Gate Shifter. Bill also added ceramic coated Hooker headers with 2 " Flowmaster exhaust system.
CLICK-> Body On [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill puts the body back on his 1966 GTO project car.
CLICK-> 66 GTO resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill prepares the body for paint.
CLICK-> Paint it! [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill applies the paint. RED!
CLICK-> Re-assemble it [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill puts in the interior and running trim.
CLICK-> 66 GTO Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is the completed engine compartment.
CLICK-> Red 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Right rear view of Bill's finished red 1966 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Red 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Left front view of Bill's red 1966 GTO. He kept the body colored side mirrors.
CLICK-> 66 GTO interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Red 1966 GTO hardtop, interior view. Very nice.

CLICK-> White 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] White 1966 GTO convertible owned by Rich Coccodrilli, Jr from Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania. He bought it in 2002. Rich adds, "It has a 389, a 4-speed, convertible, a large hood scoop with 3 driver facing instruments: oil pressure, vacuum and water temperature." See the three little circles on the rear of the hood scoop? Those are the instruments.

CLICK-> 1966 GTO Project [an error occurred while processing this directive] 1966 GTO convertible project owned by Ron Tremblay from Middleton, Massachusetts. Ron tell us, "I bought this car for a restoration project from an owner who had the car for thirty years. I could tell he loved the car. He was happy to get $4,000 for it. He paid $1,900 in 1973. Driving it home, she drove straight as an arrow and still got third gear chirps. It was a typical New England Car rusting from the inside out and needing a total restoration. I drove the car into the garage and tore it apart in December of 2003. I started with the frame sandblasting and mig-welding patches in front disc brake conversion, then new bushings and stainless steel lines. The frame is good as new. I took the summer off as this was a winter project that keeps me off the couch and out of my wifes hair. This winter, it was back to the garage starting with patching the underbody and installing new braces. The car is now back on the frame and lined up. Its going to be a long winter and by Spring Im hoping the body will be done."

CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barrier Blue 1966 GTO convertible owned by Bill Allard from Sparks, Nevada. Bill did a complete restoration on this car. It was finished 9/15/2004. Bill is standing here with a license plate that says "FIRST" on it.
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Bill's Barrier Blue 1966 GTO convertible was a class winner at the Pontiac Western Regional Show in Reno on 9/18/2004.

CLICK-> Mission Beige 66 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Mission Beige 1966 GTO convertible owned by Marc Powell. Mark tells us this story, "My Dad bought this car in 1973 for $395 (can you say gas crisis?). My sister then got it in about 1976. She drove it into a post a couple of times. She drove it from Fresno to Modesto, California once on 5 cylinders. She then parked it in a garage/chicken coop. I talked her out of it in 1984 and have been working on it and enjoying it since then. The car has been to all but one TIGER RUN in Oregon. Work on the car has basically stopped as I am now a stay at home Dad. It is still a blast to go cruising in. The engine has been untouched since my sister had it 'overhauled' by her high school shop. It has been repainted its original color in 1992, and a new repro interior in 1993. Original options include P/S, P/B, A/C, tilt , 389 4-barrel and auto-trans. I decided it was time this site had a Mission Beige 66 on it."
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