by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
Here's a movie (469k) of a blue 1967 GTO convertible doing a burnout dough-nut - "Starsky & Hutch Style". It's from Tony Rose. Requires an MPEG media player.|
CLICK-> Primered 1967 GTO sport coupe frame-off restoration. The car, known as Bill, is owned by Jeff Wagar. Jeff say, "I bought Bill as a kit car. It was in pieces. Some of the work was already done. The wife asked why."
CLICK-> 1967 GTO sport coupe restoration. The body is on.
CLICK-> 1967 GTO sport coupe restoration. The body is off.
CLICK-> White 1967 LeMans convertible owned by David Short from Vidor, Texas. David commented, "I purchased the LeMans in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I am the 3rd owner. The car has 68,000 miles on it and needed little attention to make it a good driver (not trying for a show car). I replaced to carburator with a rebuild original and added electronic ignition. I renewed a few gaskets in the engine compartment and replaced most of the rubber in the top and doors. I'm looking for a GTO Convertible to go with the Lemans (would like 65, 66, or 67)."
CLICK-> David sent some updated pictures of his white 1967 LeMans convertible. He added new Rally II rims, raised letter tires, new upholstery and carpet.
CLICK-> White 1967 LeMans covertible. It has power steerng, power brakes, air conditioning, tinted front window, a new classic radio, power top, and a 326 2 barrel carburetor with 2 speed automatic transmission.
CLICK-> White 1967 LeMans convertible, interior view.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop sent in by Jim Housman. Jim added this story, "I'm sending you some shots of our 67 GTO which we acquired from my wife's Uncle last year on Fathers Day. He ordered the car new in the spring of 67 and received it in June. He was there the day it rolled off the transport. He signed the car over to my wife and I after coming to a point were he could no longer drive the car due to his failing eye sight. It was garaged and driven only to special events and two vacations and about twice a year to our town which is about 80 miles away. The car is 98% factory, never has been touched other than gas, tires and oil, one new water pump which was replaced by a 1967 water pump that was still on the shelf at the dealership where he had bought the car. Everything else is original, the dealer plastic can still be seen under the drivers side door sill. It has 400 HO, four speed with Hurst shifter and Posi. Power brakes and steering. Special instrument pack. He promised it to my wife when she was eleven years old and I'll be darn if he didn't keep his word. It has 68,000 original miles and the original red line spare is still in the trunk which has been on the ground once for about 20 miles. The owners manual and the dealer service plate are in the glove box with her uncle's name embossed on the metal plate for service work sheets."
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop, engine view.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop, another engine view.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view. It's got a manual transmission, center console, and a manual tune AM radio.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop, side view.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> Here's Pasquale Cignarella and his wife on their wedding day! Pasquale owns the Montego Cream 1967 Pontiac Tempest Custom on the left. His brother owns the Montero Red 1966 Pontiac Tempest Custom on the right. Pasquale's Tempest Custom has a GTO hood and grilles.
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