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1967 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 16 of 89.
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CLICK-> gold 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Gold 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Steve Wagner.

CLICK-> Creamy 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Montego Cream 1967 GTO convertible owned by Roger Lachele from Dallas, Texas. Montego Cream is much lighter than Mayfair Maize. The service station in the background is made of petrified wood and was built in the 30s.
CLICK-> creamy 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Right side view of Roger's Montego Cream 1967 GTO convertible. The river in the background is the Brazos, southwest of Fort Worth, Texas.

CLICK-> white 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] White 1967 hardtop GTO owned by Bob Horne from Tucson, Arizona. Here's what Bob had to say about his car:
I purchased the car nearly 10 years ago for $1500.00 and drove the car for 2 weeks. It had a burned valve in the original 400 engine. It sat for years until I decided to restore it like I would have when I was in High School and had some money. Since it had virtually no rust, it was a body-on resto.
   I had a 455 built with 9-1 TRW forged pistons, forged rods, Crane cam and head work on a pair of 4X 400 heads. A Performer intake topped with a Braswell 1000 CFM Holley (Nascar style) carb together with an HEI ignition handles the combustion. I rebuilt the T 400 and decided to keep the 2.92 rear as I wanted to drive the car on long trips and eventually run the Pony Express 100 in the 140mph class. The car will go 150+ and I have driven it several times that fast. It turned a 14 flat 106mph in the quarter mile shifting into drive through the lights! (Not enough tire for a drag launch).
   I was able to purchase one of the last suspension kits from HO Performance just before they closed the doors several years ago. Believe me, with the F-body spindles, 1-1/8" sway bars - front and rear, disc brakes in the front, Monte Carlo Steering box and ZR rated 255/50 ZR16 Comp. TAs this car handles like a Corvette. In fact, I call it "my family man's Corvette".
   It is painted the original Code White for 1977, with a red Re-pop interior. Centerline Drag Stars specially made with the suggested offset from HO finishes off the stance.
   I have driven the car literally all over the State of Arizona, racking up nearly 10,000 miles in the process. Highway gears make the gas mileage a little more reasonable, 8 - 10 MPG is average if I keep my foot out of it. Last year I entered it in a local SCCA cone race and much to the surprise of the local members, beat several sports cars including 2 Boxters. The Porsche owners left immediately afterward.


CLICK-> blue 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rear view of Eugene Anderson's blue 1967 GTO hardop. He's from Green Forest, Arkansas. Check out the 1969 lot for his 1969 GTO and the 1966 lot for his 1966 GTO in progress.

CLICK-> yellow 67 GTO junker [an error occurred while processing this directive] Yellow 1967 GTO Sport Coupe found for sale on the internet in New Albany Mississippi. The description states, "You get what you see plus 2 fenders, hood, grills bumpers, 400 cu and a 400 trans, bucket seats, console shifter, and a set of stock rims."

CLICK-> red 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Red 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Steven Stinson from Buckingham, Virginia. Steven had this to say about his car, "This car has been in the family for over 20 years. My grandfather was a used car dealer and one day he came across this beauty and had to have it. When I was little and saw it, I would always say "My Goat." When my 18th birthday came around, the 'Goat' was handed to me."

CLICK-> blue 67 GTO convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1967 GTO convertible with a white top. It's owned by Russell Housen in Deerfield Beach, Florida. This car was a complete nut and bolt frame-off restoration completed in 1996 by Andrew Gold of Hillsborough New Jersey. It features: Tri-power, power antenna, vacuum gauge, wood steering wheel, manual electric aux fan, front disc brakes, automatic transmission with His & Hers Shifter, Flowmaster mufflers, 15" Rally II wheels, power steering, power brakes, Griffin aluminum radiator, remote solenoid, 3:55 Positraction rear, and front and rear stabilizer bars. It has a 400 engine rebuilt 2/2000 with upgrades including: 1967 670 heads, roller rockers and timing chain, bronze valve guides, and Crane 270 cam.
CLICK-> blue 67 GTO convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1967 GTO convertible owned by Russell Housen picture #2. Noteworthy Awards: GTO Nationals 2000 Concours Modified 2nd place; 2000 GTO Nationals Popular Vote 2nd Place; 1999 GTO Convention Sturbridge 3rd Place; Hershey Pennsylvannia - 2000 AACA Fall Meet 2nd Junior, 1998 AACA Fall Meet 2nd Junior, 1996 AACA Fall Meet 2nd Junior, 1997 GTO National Meet 2nd Place + Managers Award, and 1999 Englishtown N.J. Peoples Choice and 1st Place.
CLICK-> blue 67 GTO convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1967 GTO convertible owned by Russell Housen picture #3. Here it is on the lift in Russell's garage.
CLICK-> 67 GTO front suspension [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1967 GTO convertible owned by Russell Housen picture #4. Right front suspension.
CLICK-> 67 GTO front suspension [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1967 GTO convertible owned by Russell Housen picture #5. Left front suspension.
CLICK-> blue 67 GTO convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1967 GTO convertible owned by Russell Housen picture #6. Rear end view at a show at the Zion Luthren Church in Pompano Beach.
CLICK-> 67 GTO tripower [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1967 GTO convertible owned by Russell Housen picture #7. Left side of the Tripower engine.
CLICK-> 67 GTO tripower [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1967 GTO convertible owned by Russell Housen picture #8. Front end view of the Tripower engine
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