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The frame has been separated from the body. Here, the frame and suspension components are sandblasted clean. CLICK->
Mariner Turquoise 1966 Tempest hardtop owned by Joe Lunchbucket. This one has a overhead cam six. Joe says, "All body panels original to the car that is including the piece between the window and trunk lid!" CLICK->
One, two, three - this overhead cam six has three carbs! CLICK->NEW POST Awesome shot. This is David Sewell's red 1966 GTO hardtop. David tells us about it, "I bought this numbers matching blue charcoal GTO about 10 years ago in South Alabama. Factory A/C, 4 speed, P/S, P/B, rear defogger,
wonderbar AM/FM. It was pretty much rust free but definitely in need of total restoration. I decided to restomod instead of restoring and to do everything myself as I could not afford to pay someone. Took 10 years, but by the grace of God, I finished it. Kept all original parts, including the running 389. Buildsheet was on the top of the gas tank! Now has a 455 .30 over, Butler heads, Cliff Ruggles built quadrajet, roller cam, lifters, etc. All I lack now is hooking up the A/C!" CLICK->NEW POST Another right front view of David's red 1966 GTO hardtop. CLICK->NEW POST Red 1966 GTO hardtop, left side view. CLICK->NEW POST This GTO has some serious nice tires. Nice straight body. CLICK->NEW POST Here's the 389 engine. It has some custom parts on it. CLICK->NEW POST The valve covers have "PONTIAC" engraved on them. CLICK->NEW POST Check out this vintage photo! Gary Moore tells us, "This is a picture of my Uncle Ronnie's first car, a 66 GTO. This photo was taken by my uncle in the late 60s. He then sold the car to get a 69 GTO Judge. His Judge was the first 69 Judge sent to Indianapolis, Indiana. He had his 69 Judge till his death in 1972. I am trying to find his 66 GTO as well as his 69 GTO Judge. The photo was taken in the Ben Davis Highschool parking lot in Indianapolis." CLICK->NEW POST Montero Red 1966 GTO hardtop owned by Dennis Bergene from Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The black vinyl top and red interior is pretty unique. CLICK->NEW POST Montero Red 1966 GTO hardtop, left front view. It wears a set of nice chrome Cragars. Old School! 14 or 15 inch rims with wide-wall white lettered tires! Nice. CLICK->NEW POST Check out this red interior. Nice! CLICK->NEW POST Alan Swearingen also has this white 1966 LeMans Sprint. It has a 3-speed manual, 3.23 rear, and factory A/C. This is his next restoration project. CLICK->NEW POST Check out the tripower setup on this 6-cylinder! We have another here. This isn't for this 66 Sprint. Al is looking for aother 66 Tempest Sprint - white with red interior bench seat to build a remake of Schornacks prototype Royal Bobcat Sprint. This prototype used a Man A Fre tri-power intake on the side of the OHC 6, M20 trans and a 3.90 rear.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Travis (MDNTRDR19.@AOL.com) - "I am looking for a '68 GTO. My father had one when I was younger. He promised the car to me when I turned 16. He fell on hard times and had to sell it. I just hope I can find one that is not too expensive (maybe a fixer upper) and show my father what I have bought."