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Regimental Red 1967 GTO convertible, interior view. Looks like he's got a vintage 8-track player. CLICK->
GTO!!! Oh Yeah!!! CLICK->
Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Rich from Pennsylvania. This car had a frame off restoration. This one has a 400 HO engine, automatic transmission, air conditioning, rear antenna, gauges, power brakes
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Here's a view of the 400 HO engine in Rich's Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
400 HO engine closeup. Shiny! Look at the details on the engine. There are many different types of coatings and finishes on the metal. Engine blue hi-temp paint, semi-gloss black, cast finish grey, clearcoat, and sometimes cadmium-look sprays. CLICK->
View of the automatic transmission from the underside. This is true dual exhausts. No splitters. No catalytic converter. CLICK->
Jason Panick found this white 1967 GTO hardtop buried in a foot of water behind a gas station with weeds growing through the grille and wheels. Jason is now in the final stages of a complete ground up restoration. He changed the color to black, removed the 3-speed manual and replaced with a 4-speed, swapped out the intake and carb for a Tri-power assembly, installed stainless headers and a stainless exhaust system. He plans to install Cragar SS wheels. CLICK->
Black 1967 GTO hardtop sitting with a bunch of other goats behind the Black Tie Classics shop in Berlin, New Jersey. This one has hood retainer pins. Was this one used for racing? What's under the hood? Hey, I know this car! This is the car from the upcoming junkyard horror thriller called jJj. CLICK->
Here's the side view of that black 67 GTO hardtop. It looks a little light weight up front. The engine is probably gone. You can see a bunch of other goats in the background. CLICK->
Here is a 1967 GTO convertible with some potential. This is another car from the Black Tie Classics guy in New Jersey. The top looks to be in pretty good condition, which probably kept out the weather. The hood looks newer, with a hood tach! CLICK->
The front end looks great. No holes in the grille! CLICK->
How's the rear quarters? Excellent! CLICK->
Needs a new carpet and probably a door panel. It does have a Hurst Dual Gate shifter! CLICK->
Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible owned by Bill. Bill is a Service
Rep for GM dealers. The car sits outside the brick General Motors Training Center. CLICK->
Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible, right side. In this view, Bill's car has redline tires mounted on a nice set of Hurst wheels. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jeff Kinsella-Shaw (deepend.@prodigy.net) -" You should get a nobel prize or something for putting this all together. I've lusted after a GTO since the first time I saw one as an awestruck eight year old in 1966. Bless you."