by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Purple 1967 GTO hardtop, front end view. The GTO emblem is on the wrong side. This is probably only the third car I've ever seen that had the emblem on the wrong side.
CLICK-> This purple 1967 GTO hardtop has purple wire harness armor. This is a 400ci engine that was bored 30 over with a large cam, headers, and a Holley carb. Why a Holley? Holleys are by far the most popular aftermarket carb for years. One advantage is price. They can be found everywhere; at swap meets, ebay, classifieds, you name it. Finding a fully functional used one for $100 is not uncommon. Parts are available at many places. Mechanics find them simple to rebuild and repair. They are also extremely tunable.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Jeffrey Skribner from Middletown, New Jersey. This car has undergone a complete restoration including an engine rebuild in December 2002.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop, front end view.
CLICK-> A view down the right side of Jeff's burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop. Look at all the reflections! In this mirror-like finish, you can see another car, a lawnchair, another whole car, a sign, a building, some tables, and a lady's foot.
CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Dave Johnson from North Pekin, Illinois. This picture was taken at the first annual Peoria Heights Tower Park Car Show in September of 2003.
CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, engine view.
CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view. A Goat drive'n a Goat!
CLICK-> Black 1967 GTO animation sent in by Steve Duryee. This one does not require a media player to view.
CLICK-> Here's version in the night of the black 1967 GTO animation. It was sent in by Steve Duryee. This one also does not require a media player to view.
CLICK-> Here's a semi truck animation with two 1967 GTOs on it from Steve Duryee. This one also does not require a media player to view.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1967 Tempest hardtop owned by Steve Duryee from Ogden, Utah. He purchased it in 1997. It has a 326 engine in it. Steve added the GTO parts to it - like the hood.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1967 Tempest hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> Steve Duryee animates his own car! We've got many of his animations. Click here to see them.
CLICK-> Montreaux Blue 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Michael Radesco from Long Island, New York. Michael has this to say, "I purchased this car from a guy who never really wanted it. He accepted as a partial trade and a ton of cash for a 1969 Z-28. This is a VERY original GTO that has the original front end components (still riveted Ball joints) That's my next project on the list. Just finished rebuilding the engine, turbo transmission and rear end. Its got new redlines, very mint and original interior and body (older paint job)."
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