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1966 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 41 of 75.
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CLICK-> Fire Damaged GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Ray's cars are pulled out of the burnt garage. His 1966 GTO is on the right. The GTO was sent to the crusher in Massachusetts. Fires warp and weaken the steel of a car. All the soft metals, plastics, rubber, etc are gone. As far as insurance goes, Ray wanted to remind everyone to keep the values up to date on their cars.
CLICK-> Burnt Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's what is left of the interior after the fire.

CLICK-> 66 GTO Project [an error occurred while processing this directive] Erik sends in these pictures of his 1966 GTO project car. Erik has this story to share as of 2005, "I bought this GTO close to three years ago. Believe it or not, I found it on-line at a classifieds page and it was only three towns over from me. When I arrived at the person's house, I saw it sitting at the back of a 100 foot long driveway. At that distance it looked like I found the car I have been waiting to find. As I got closer, all the flaws started to become visible and the closer I got the more there were. I am originally from upstate New York and I know how much damage rust can do to a car. I asked all the usual questions about the car and looked it over real closely to see if the answers fit the condition of the car. The car was just about every color of the rainbow. Someone tried to paint it yellow but stopped in the middle of the job or ran out of them. Then was the blood red paint that was sanded down somewhat that showed the gray primer. Then you saw some blue and green and so on and so on."
CLICK-> 66 GTO Project [an error occurred while processing this directive] Erik tells us more about his 1966 GTO project, "The car came with the original 4-speed, 3.55 12-bolt rear, and a replacement 1966 398ci motor. All of these have been rebuilt. The interior has been repaired with aftermarket parts from Ames Pontiac Performance Parts. The car is almost finished. I did all the work myself with a lot of help from my friend Harry who is sending it out to be painted. I took it down to metal and found it had a total of six coats of paint - not including the primer."
CLICK-> 66 GTO Project [an error occurred while processing this directive] Erik tells us about the condition of the body, "The exterior of the body was in great shape. There was a small rust hole in the left rear quarter panel behind the tire about the size of a quarter. There were the usual dings about the car, but for the most part, it looked solid and I could not find any bondo anywhere. There were a couple of holes in the driver's floor pan and also a couple of holes in the rear floor pan. The worst was in the trunk. It had one large hole where the spare would lay."
CLICK-> 66 GTO Project [an error occurred while processing this directive] Erik tells us about the interior, "The interior was totally shot. The seats were all torn up. Even the back seat was torn to hell. There was no rug and the headliner was hanging. No need to tell you where the sound deadener was... but to my amazement, it was all there. Even the 4-speed console was intact and the plastic wasn't broken."
CLICK-> 66 GTO Project [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is the progress on the engine compartment. Erik concludes, "I must say that there is nothing like a 4-speed GTO. Back in 1994-98 I owned a 1966 Pontiac LeMans convertible. Now that I am in California, I wish I still had it. But I sold it just before moving out here. With the money I made, I put down a payment on a house. So it wasn't a bad trade off. I was thinking about selling the GTO and listed it in my local paper. I injured my back and started to lose interest in the car. The day it was published, I received a call from the same guy I bought it from. He told me that he had been looking for another 4-speed GTO ever since he sold me his and that he wanted to buy it back. He then told me that he was going to check his finances and call me back. After I got off the phone with him, I realized exactly what I had and how hard it was to find an original 4-speed GTO. Well, needless to say, I took it off the market ang gained the interest that I had when I first bought the car."
CLICK-> 1966 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Erik about finished his 1966 GTO hardtop. But seriously, is anyone really DONE with their GTO? Some of the original options included; head rests, Soft-Ray tinted windows, driver remote sideview mirror, passenger vanity mirror, and Deluxe seatbelts.
CLICK-> 1966 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Side view of Erik's 1966 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> 1966 GTO Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] A peek at the detailed engine.

CLICK-> 1966 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] White 1966 LeMans 4-door owned by Stephen from Schwenksville, Pennsylvania. Stephen tells us more about his LeMans, "I have had this car since I turned 16. Got it from my Uncle who had inherited it from my Great Grandmother. I drove the car all through High School. I had to take it off the road now that I am attending college. The car currently has a '64 389 in it bored 30 over balanced and blueprinted. It has a Powerglide transmission and a factory open rear. I am currently putting together a 12-bolt Posi. I'm planning for a real restoration after graduation of College."
CLICK-> 1966 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] White 1966 LeMans 4-door, front end view.
CLICK-> 1966 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] White 1966 LeMans 4-door, rear end view.
CLICK-> 1966 LeMans Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] White 1966 LeMans 4-door, engine view.

CLICK-> GTO and Corbin [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is Corbin Blair and his red 1966 GTO hardtop. He's from Chesapeake, Virginia.
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