by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Here's the interior in Bill's Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible. There are three chrome slider switches under the top edge of the dash. The one to the far left is the power top control. The middle one is either the radio rear speaker, separa phonic, or verbra phonic control. The right one is the power antenna control.
CLICK-> There's a Ram Air engine under the hood of this Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible. Nice!
CLICK-> Here's another view of that Ram Air engine. (big 158K file)
CLICK-> Let's get a closer look at those Hurst Wheels!
CLICK-> Blue 1967 GTO convertible owned by Jack Wojcicki from Toronto, Ontario Canada. Jack is a member of The Classic GTO Club Of Ontario. This car been in many movie shoots around the Toronto area. Pictures by John Lawton.
CLICK-> Blue 1967 GTO convertible, right rear view. This car is on display with the hood up.
CLICK-> Green 1967 GTO convertible, interior view. This one has a bench seat.
CLICK-> Mariner Turquoise 1967 Tempest owned by Kev Staalesen. Kev said, "Here's a couple pics, for your collection of toasted tigers! I picked up this thumpin ride in the spring of '02, to have as a parts car (just in case). It sat up on blocks in a field since '91. The frame is toast! It has OHC-6, 2-speed automatic transmission. I think the automatic transmission was the only factory option this car has. It even has 'heater delete' plate still bolted to the dash! I just LOVE these old Pontiacs! I paid $150 for this one, without any wheels. The Rally I wheels are from my '66 GTO. I had to use them to transport it home."
CLICK-> Mariner Turquoise 1967 Tempest, right rear view.
CLICK-> Kev Staalesen sent us this picture of what used to be a Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Ben Manning from Apex, North Carolina tells us about his red 1967 LeMans convertible, "I've had now about 2 years and haved loved every minute of it. It's all original matching #'s and I have the protect-o-plate. I got the car with the hopes of cloning it into a GTO but I just dont have the heart."
Note some of the trim differences between a GTO and this LeMans. The LeMans has cool "gills" behind the driver's door. And, of course the engine size is on the front fender.
CLICK-> Signet Gold 1967 GTO convertible owned by Joe Gaudette from Edmonton, Canada. Joe had this to say, "I Bought the GTO almost 2 years ago. It came from California in 1993. My friend Al had it tucked away for several years until it came up for sale. It's a matching #s WT engine with a factory 3-speed transmission. I rebuilt and detailed the front end in the spring of 2002. I added disc brakes and installed a stout 1969 400 with an M-21. The #'s matching engine and trannie went on the shelf. Here, it is safe from my abusive driving style!! Not only is it a GTO convertible, it's also fast!"
CLICK-> Signet Gold 1967 GTO convertible. Here's that 1969 400ci engine.
CLICK-> Here's the engine going into Joe's Signet Gold 1967 GTO convertible. As you can see, it is much easier to install an engine when you remove the fenders and front clip.
CLICK-> Joe's Signet Gold 1967 GTO convertible all ready to go. It must be moving under it's own power, notice the battery attached to the side of the engine.
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