by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Last view of Ken's 67 GTO.
CLICK-> Here's a nice looking black 1967 GTO convertible. It features a red interior, red pinstripes, and Rally II wheels.
CLICK-> Black 1967 GTO convertible, left rear view.
CLICK-> Black 1967 GTO convertible, overhead interior shot.
CLICK-> Black 1967 GTO convertible, interior view.
CLICK-> Black 1967 GTO convertible, front end view.
CLICK-> Here's a sad looking 1967 Tempest sports coupe. It appears to be in a junkyard. There are plenty of sticks and leaves piled on top. Don't be afraid to look. Some people enjoy roaming around in junkyards to find a gem buried in the weeds. This "gem" has a caved-in roof. Kids like to jump on roofs of junk cars!
CLICK-> Alan Swearingen found another 67 GTO convertible to go with his Plum Mist 67 GTO convertible (back on page 7 of the lot) he already owns. Alan says, "PHS documents show it originally an HO, M21 close ratio 4 speed with 3.90 posi rear, Tyrol Blue, Parchment interior and white top. It will go back to original, currently its triple black."
CLICK-> Here is another picture of Alan's black 1967 GTO convertible at Tipsoo Lake, taken during a cruise that our club sponsored around Mt. Rainier in Washington.
CLICK-> Alan's black 1967 GTO convertible sitting in front of Freddie's Club.
CLICK-> Here's an interesting one that GTO-Al (Alan) found for sale. It's a 1967 LeMans with a '66 GTO body!. It has what appears to be a '67 VIN plate and data plate with original rivits. It's got a '67 LeMans VIN (2nd week in Oct 66 build date), '67 interior, '67 data plate, '67 front clip, and a '67 interior. The owner said the title reads "1st 1967 LeMans built at Fremont, Cal" (or something like that). But here's where it pays to do some research! GTO-Al commented , "It turns out to be just a rebuilt wreck. I believe the car was rebuilt within the first couple months of it's existance, when there no '67 LeMans' yet in the wrecking yards. The frame showed it had once been in a major accident and according to Jim at PHS there were no '67s built using the any '66 bodies. This car was no flook, just a bad story. The owner wanted to get as much out of the $300 parts car as possible by making up stories."
CLICK-> Left rear view of the white 1967 LeMans with the 1966 GTO body.
CLICK-> Here's the 1967 data plate, which appears to be original indeed. 10B means 10th month and 2nd week. 67-23717 is a 1967 LeMans hardtop coupe. BF means it was built in the Fremont Fisher Body plant. 01398 is the consecutive body number from that plant. 221 is the Medium Gold interior (could see that on the bottom half of the dash in the previous picture). TC is the lower and upper body colors which seems to have been Montego Cream lower and Cameo Ivory Top?!?
CLICK-> Interior shot! It's kind of full of stuff.
CLICK-> Nice looking red 1967 GTO hardtop. I lost the owner's information on this one. Does anyone recognize it?
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