by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Joe shows us his Signet Gold 1967 GTO convertible along with his friends' cars. There is a gold 1970 LeMans hardtop and a blue 1970 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop with an ivory vinyl top owned by John Komenak from Canfield, Ohio. John added, "I found this car two years ago, after a long search on the internet and different publications. I found it less than ten miles from my house. It was a very happy day for me! It is mostly original. It also came from the factory with the rare red fender liners."
CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Jeff Foglietta from Holbrook, New York. Here's Jeff's story, "I bought this car online 3 years ago from a so called classic car dealer in the midwest which turned out to be a HUGE mistake. I was very disappointed with the car and I decided to make it right. The car was restored completely on frame although I did change the body mounts. The interior was completely redone as well, including a new dash housing. I had my rally gauges restored by Precision Pontiac whom I found online. The original Rally 2's are stored. The car is a 400 4-speed with a 3.55 posi. It originally was a Cameo Ivory car w/ Parchment interior according to PHS. The car was repainted red before I got it. I decided to leave the car correct Red for 1967." Jeff's 1967 GTO was our Picture Of The Week for 6/29/08.
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO hardtop, left front view.
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO hardtop, right side view. Nice looking car!
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO hardtop, right rear view. Super shiny!
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO hardtop, dash view. Looks like Jeff is in the process of putting it in.
CLICK-> White 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Dave Ingalsbe from Corfu, New York. It's got a 400ci engine with a 4 barrel carb, Edelbrock intake, 4-speed manual transmission, 3:90 rear end, custom pin striping, and cool license plates.
CLICK-> Red 1967 LeMans hardtop owned by Symantha from Ohio. She owned a 1967 LeMans right after high school and loved it. Missed it after selling, so she bought another.
CLICK-> Symantha's red 1967 LeMans has a red interior.
CLICK-> Here's a shot of the engine in Symantha's red 1967 LeMans.
CLICK-> Andrew Kuncas shows us the difference between Restified vs. Restored engine compartments. Andrew comments, "The engine compartment of Jeff Long's '67 Lemans convertible (top) compared to a correct original '67 GTO (bottom). Jeff's engine isn't numbers matching or date code correct but it does make close to 350 hp on 87 octane! A genuine '67 HO open air cleaner sits on a '71 Rochester. The intake is a '72 which matches the '77 Trans Am 6X heads that have the more desireable '4' stamp which signifies a smaller combustion chamber. The valve covers are rechromed TA pieces with welded in oil deflectors which take the place of the old GTO drip rails. The decked block is a '68 400, .060" over displacing about 412 cubic inches. The rods were resized and fitted with ARP rod bolts. The cam is a Summit grind like the 068 but more lift. It has a GTO windage tray and a baffled TA oil pan as the Lemans does handle. The exhaust manifolds are off a '71 Grandville, sandblasted and treated to Eastwoods paint. The distributor is recurved. All the accessory brackets and pulleys and the timing case cover came offa junkyard '66 Catalina."
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