by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Black 1967 GTO convertible, front end view.
CLICK-> Red 1967 GTO hardtop from Scott Beane from Auburn, Washington. Scott says he bought it as a "total basket case" for $50. He's worked on it for 6 years. It's almost done. He just needs to and the chrome rocker panels and the GTO emblem in the grille.
CLICK-> Gold 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Ron Metz from Bloomington, Illinois.
CLICK-> Here's the other side of Ron's gold 1967 GTO hardtop. Take a look at those chromed Rally II wheels! I want some!
CLICK-> Ack! some bastard stole the engine! Not really. Look at the engine bay in this car. Everything is painted and in great condition. Everything that surrounds the engine has been refinished.
CLICK-> Here it is!
CLICK-> This web site is home to many red Pontiac GTOs. Red 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Larry Fisher from San Bernardino, California. Larry had this to add, "I Bought it from a guy in Montclair, California. He was not too sure what was wrong with it or how to fix it. I spent a few hours fixing some of the mess that others had made and took it to a good tranny shop to get their help. After that I was so happy that I can't tell you. The old goat went from not being able to get out of her own shadow to putting a smile on my face that you couldn't pry off with a crow bar. What a machine! 430HP out of a 400ci."
CLICK-> Front end view of Larry's red 1967 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Looking down the left side of this red 1967 GTO hardtop. Nice and straight!
CLICK-> Here's the interior in Larry's red 1967 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Vintage picture of Doug Adamson's blue 1967 GTO convertible. Doug has a 65 GTO pictured on the first page of our 1965 lot.
CLICK-> Here's an old picture of Ron Hill and the Gray 1967 LeMans he owned back in high school. It had a 326ci engine and a 2-speed automatic transmission with a "jockey box." That's a neat name for a flor mounted shifter. He eventually sold the car after getting into a wreck. His Mom had a 1968 LeMans which is shown in our 1968 Hardtop lot.
CLICK-> Here's another view of the 1967 LeMans that Ron owned in high school.
CLICK-> Ron commented, "My friends and I named her the Shark, with the 3 gill like moldings behind the doors and the gray color, it just seemed to fit."
CLICK-> Ron also commented, "The radio had a reverb switch that made the sound, sound like a concert hall, really cool & stock. Absolutely the best car I ever owned."
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