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Here's a "during restoration" picture of Quentin's 1967 GTO. CLICK->
Ken Grace sent in some pictures of his blue 1967 GTO convertible. It has a white interior and redline tires mounted on Rally II wheels. CLICK->
Left front view of Ken Grace's 1967 GTO convertible with the white top up. CLICK->
Front end view of Ken's 1967 GTO convertible. CLICK->
Gold 1967 GTO hardtop owned by John Sullivan. John tells us more, "These shots of my '67 are from a few years back. I had it since '98. It spent most all of its life in Cleveland so the body was in need of some additional repair. I have already replaced trunk/tank and added a freshened up TH-400. I recently rebuilt the engine and have plans to eventually do a frame up resto-mod when I can stand to send her to paint jail. I would like to build a frame up with more modern
underpinnings: aftermarket suspension/wheels/brakes plus a modern
I think his use of the phrase "paint jail" is hilarious. Yet it's a fitting description for what can happen when you give up use of a car to get major work done to it. How many of you have asked a car painter to stick to his deadline - only to have him miss it by a few months - or years? Feel free to comment in the "comments" section below. CLICK->
John's Gold 1967 GTO hardtop, a historical vehicle in the state of Ohio. CLICK->
Gold 1967 GTO hardtop, front end view. CLICK->
Cool overhead view of John's gold 1967 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Gold 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view. It has the Hurst Dual Gate Shifter. CLICK->
The door panel of 1967 GTOs have this 6.5 Litre GTO emblem attached. CLICK->
This site is home to Pontiac GTO artwork of all types. Ron Green sent in this drawing of a purple 1967 GTO. If you have some old drawings of GTOs, send them in. We have a "Self-Upload" area where you can send in pics and info along with the photo. The more pictures, the better! CLICK->
Take a look at this one. Wrecked red 1967 GTO convertible found on the internet for sale in New Jersey way back in 2001. Here's what the owner posted about the the car: "This is the real thing. Only rusty in condition. Bought from the original owners. Car has sat outside uncovered since 1981. Parked after the front was hit. Some of the options include a 400 HO motor code YZ with 670 heads and the HO exhaust manifolds. Car has power steering, power brakes (drum), air conditioning, power top, power windows, AM/FM radio with reverb and power antenna (antenna is gone). Car had a wood steering wheel - missing. Auto transmission and posi rear. Factory bench seat and column shifter. As far as I know this car is #'s matching. The first part of the VIN 242677B... for decoding. Now if the photos don't scare you maybe I can. This is a rusty rusty rusty poor old GTO with great options. The floor is shot the frame is rusty with big holes and I think on the drivers side is even a lot worst. It would need major repair or a new frame. The dash metal is cut up and rusted out, fire wall is rusted out, and the windshield is ready to fall out as well as the front seat. I remember the transmission cross member falling out on my trailer when the car was picked up. So that is missing. Trunk -- what trunk. Gas tank is there. No rear wheels. This car was mint before the nose was hit. This car will need a complete rebuild. If it can even be rebuilt. A donor car with out rust will be needed. It's a real red car with white interior. Doors are rusted out. Rocker chrome is missing. Speedo and wire harnesses for options are uncut. Car has 106,000 miles. Car is sold as-is. Not running. The passenger door glass and windshield are broken. Both quarter windows, both wings, and the driverside glass are not broken. All power window motors and stuff are untouched and there. The chrome around the back and sides of convertible top is all there. I put a wrench on the alternator and the fan belt broke trying to turn over the motor. So assume the motor is locked up." CLICK->
Wrecked red 1967 GTO convertible, right rear view. There is no contact info for this photo. CLICK->
Wrecked red 1967 GTO convertible, interior view. For mature viewers only! CLICK->
Wrecked red 1967 GTO convertible, engine view. Look hard and you'll spot the engine through the rust!
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Spencer - "I can't believe how extensive the information is on the color coding for interior and exterior and the decoding of the VIN numbers. It's great."