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1966 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 38 of 75.
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CLICK-> 66 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] 1966 GTO restoration project, rear end view.

CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] 1966 GTO owned by Dan Koontz from Lincoln, Nebraksa. It's painted a 1998 shade of Cadillac Blue. Dan restored it from the ground up after getting it out of a field four years ago.
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1966 GTO convertible, front end view. Dan's goat has a parchment interior and a white top.
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1966 GTO convertible, left front view.

CLICK-> Junked 66 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a 1966 LeMans that site visitor Patrick spotted in a local junkyard. The car must be parked next to a Dodge Charger.

CLICK-> 66 with Potiential [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rich just purchased this Montero Red 1966 GTO sport coupe. Rich tells us more, "It's pretty rough looking but in surprisingly good condition for a car that was stored outside for more than 25 years! The car is all original with most of the Montero Red paint showing. The original black interior is also pretty mint - just mold and 30 years of grime. All numbers match down to the ORIGINAL 1966 license plate and Granny Hubcaps!"
CLICK-> 66 with Potiential [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rich continues, "The guy that sold it to me, bought it from a young kid locally in 1975. The kid bondoed the HELL out of the car. WHY? I don't know. Fortunately he didn't tear up the interior, toss out anything important (like the original engine), or succeed in repainting the car. Anything missing was in the trunk. The guy had 100 some vehicles in his yard (literally). I had to buy a dozen or so cars Just to get the GOAT out. Most of the stuff was of little interest (trucks, 4 doors, JUNK)."
CLICK-> 66 with Potiential [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rich tells us more, "She does have some rust issues, but luckily just the typical stuff like lower fenders, trunk lip, back window and battery area. The original hood was absolutely wasted. The floors are beautiful, doors close like a new car! A minor engine fire burned the paint and 30 years of rain finshed it off. The 65 LeMans hood that's on it isn't much better. As I was loading up, the guy asks me what kind of hood I'm running. On the next parts relay from the backyard to my truck I tell him, 'I thought you were going to tell me that you have a GTO hood.' 'I Do,' he replies (It was a very solid 67 GTO hood with a shallow dent) 'Uh, How does $40.00 sound?' Needless to say I said, 'Yes!' Man, I LOVE it when that happens! I should go back for the rustfree rear tub."
CLICK-> 66 with Potiential [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rich checked with PHS and found it had a 389 4-bbl, powerglide, door edge guards, power steering, and deluxe wheel discs. Rich says, ."That's it. Not even a console. BTW does anyone know the dealership name for code 25-327 ?"
CLICK-> 66 with Potiential [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rich concludes, "Plans include a FULL restoration re-using much of the original stuff with a possible swap over to 4 speed and manual steering."

CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barrier Blue 1966 GTO convertible owned by Mark. Mark had this story to share, "I was lucky to get her. I saw her my whole life parked on the street - never thinking I'd end up with her. I got the car from the 1st owner along with the dealer Bill of Sale. Her name is THE STORM! I traded a 71 Grand Prix. I had her since 1980 and drove her two years. Then she sat in Mom's driveway in Queens New York for 18 years (coverd -n- watched over). I did a frame off resto in 98. I did most of the work and all of the fab! My friends used to call her THE FLOWER POT! She has lots of goodies. I did it like it would have been done in the 70's. The parts came from SK/Speed.com (in Rockvillecenter L/I.) and Year One. I drove her again for two years and she is now sleeping in a garage built for her. I will be back out storming again soon! Yes, she's pretty but I built her to DRIVE her! I also have a 66 GTO ragtop, 67 GTO hardtop, 67 LeMans ragtop, and a rare 63 326 trans/axle ragtop LeMans. Now I got my eye on a 73 GTO."
CLICK-> Blue 66 GTO Convertible Project [an error occurred while processing this directive] Barrier Blue 1966 GTO convertible, right rear view. There are no wheels on this car because it is being stored. Mark says, "More to thank! Jay for helping me put her together lots of late nights in mom's driveway. And thanks to Tony for the beautiful body work and paint, and my brother (Frank) for matching parts and fine tuning and to all who had a hand!"

CLICK-> Black 1966 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Starlight Black 1966 GTO owned by GTO Joe from Henrietta, New York. Joe tells us, "I have owned this car for thirty years. I sold it and bought it back again. I have done all the work myself minus body and paint. The body is all GM except for the hood. I can shoot stop lights all day long with the 454 engine, thm 400 transmission, 4.88 geared 12-bolt and nearly four feet of rear rubber meeting the pavement."
CLICK-> Black 1966 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Starlight Black 1966 GTO, front end view. Joe has roll bars inside.
CLICK-> Black 1966 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Starlight Black 1966 GTO, rear end view. Those tires are nearly 24 inches wide each.
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