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Here's a closeup of the Tripower engine in Dave's Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
This '67 was spotted in a suburban neighborhood near Philly a couple years back. The car was an automatic with a/c but everything was stripped and it was impossible to tell what else it came with. The owner lived nearby and wanted $700 for the wreck saying he had a clean title. This was sent in by Andrew Kuncas. CLICK->
Tom is restoring a 1967 GTO. Tom asks, "Is there anyone out there selling a sort of kit that contains all of the OEM hardware for a GTO chassis? I have the body mount kit and poly bushings, but would like to get OEM or repro fasteners for the control arms, trans bracket, etc. I've seen the kits for the interior and trim, but nothing for the chassis besides bushings. Are you aware of anything being available?" Leave a viewer comment, if you have the answer. CLICK->
Here's the frame for Tom's 1967 GTO. Looks like it is leaning against the body which is under the tarp. CLICK->
Vintage photo of a blue 1967 hardtop owned by Mike Tidaback from New Jersey. Mike commented, "The GTO was my first car in 1985. It had a 400 360hp engine and 4-speed. Later on that year, after I sold it, I found the 74 Lemans for sale." Pictures of this LeMans can be seen in our 1974 Parking Lot. CLICK->
Silver 1967 LeMans hardtop owned by Kevin from Daytona Beach, Florida. Kevin added, "It's LeMans GTO clone, in need of some TLC, but she isn't in too bad of shape after sitting in storage for two years. I just purchased it last week and I can't wait to get working on it. I just want to do some minor repairs to make her road worthy, and maybe a new coat of paint to freshen her up a bit. Most of the rubber window, and door seals need replaced due to dry rot. I plan on using it as a daily driver when I'm finished, so I don't want to put too much time and money into it. I live in Florida and I trailered it home from Texas where I purchased it. I got tons of compliments from people on the way home with it.... I've always wanted a GTO, and really could never afford one, but I figure this is the next best thing, and maybe one day I can move up to the real thing. I absolutely love these cars, ever since I was a kid I have always dreamed of owning one." Kevin's got a pretty cool semi trailer carport. CLICK->
Silver 1967 LeMans (GTO clone), left front view. CLICK->
Silver 1967 LeMans (GTO clone), right front view. CLICK->
Silver 1967 LeMans (GTO clone), right side view. CLICK->
Let's take a peek at the interior in Kevin's Silver 1967 LeMans (GTO clone). CLICK->
Kevin sent in more pictures of his silver 1967 LeMans hardtop. He commented, "The car has a all stock 400 YS code engine with 670 heads, and an automatic trans, complete with His and Hers Hurst shifter. The car has correct GTO emblems and trim through out, and as you will notice, even the tail lights have been changed to that of a true GTO." CLICK->
View up the left side of Kevin's silver 67 LeMans hardtop. CLICK->
Another interior shot of Kevin's 1967 LeMans hardtop. Nice skull shifter. CLICK->
Here's that 400 YS code engine with 670 heads that's under the hood. CLICK->
Blue 1967 LeMans hardtop owned by John Heyser from Chicago, Illinois. He originally purchased this car in Missouri were it was sitting in someone's front yard. He had it shipped to Chicago and restored it. It's got a 400ci engine out of a 79 Firebird and a 4 speed manual transmission. It's got a set of handsome gills! It took Plymouth a few years and they HAD to copy this cool 3-gill idea for one of their cars. And they did it in the same proportions, in the same area of the car.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says webruler.@lvcm.com - "I'm an old MOPAR mania guy, but I saw a program on the History Channel that covered the GTO's. Mainly 1964, and I just fell in love with the cars ! I will be visiting at least once a week while I search for one to call my own !"