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Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop, right front view. CLICK->
Silver 1967 GTO hardtop with radical wheels! Low to the ground. CLICK->
Red 1967 Tempest convertible owned by Charles McClellan Jr. from Lansing, Michigan. Charles had this story to share, "My brother, Dustin Manley McClellan, was hit and killed by a drunk driver. The driver committed a hit and run and tried to cover up the accident. He only received 18 months. We filed a suit and settled out of court. I bought the car with the money. I put Dustin's name on the plate and on a tribute plaque inside the car. Dustin liked hot wheels so I bought a set of 17" x 10.5" aluminum hot wheels mags on Hancook Optimo tires. I also put an in-dash 7.5" Clarion flip-out touch screen DVD player with Dolby digital surround sound powering and Audiobahn component set and a set of Orion 12" sub woofers. Thats not all - I put a new top on it, chromed out the engine (350ci Chevy), installed a roller valve train and heavy duty coil springs in rear. I did it all for my little bro Dusty. Hope you like it!" CLICK->
Red 1967 Tempest convertible, right front view. There is snow in Lansing. They get about 48 inches per year. CLICK->
Red 1967 Tempest convertible, front end view. CLICK->
Here is what Charles' 1967 Tempest convertible looked like when he got it. Is that a GTO on the far right? CLICK->
Looking down the left side of the Tempest in its "BEFORE" state. It looks to be in pretty good shape. That sure looks like a 1964 GTO sitting next to it on the right. CLICK->
Looks like the bumper was hit once. CLICK->
Blue 1967 GTO hardtop with (what looks like) chromed Rally II wheels. CLICK->
Black 1967 GTO hardtop multi-view from JR Hansmann. CLICK->
Funny photo of a blue 1967 GTO hardtop in a junkyard. Some joker cleaned off the window to add a huge MasterCard and Visa sticker! Note how this car has side pipes and a non-stock spoiler. This photo is from George Ahearn at Ahearn's Towing. CLICK->
This is a gold 1967 GTO sports coupe with a black vinyl top. It is owned by Rick from Cleveland, Ohio. Rick says, "Thanks for all the great comments on my car. It is a post model and numbers matching PHS documented rust free Caifornia car. I've owned it for about 13 years now [as of 2006], and have been replacing the aftermarket parts that were on it with NOS or reproduction stock parts. The wheels have been redone in the correct colors. I have redline tires for it with the correct lugnuts. An original radio was put back in, new air cleaner, red eye Delco battery & cables, rear deck cover, etc. It has the his/hers shifter with center console, factory air, rear defogger and power steering/brakes. It's also rare because it was one of the few models produced with a lower compression 400 that runs on regular pump gas. I think less than 2,500 were made. Thanks to the website owner for all the fantastic pics and information here!" CLICK->
This is an awesome shot of a Starlight Black 1967 GTO hardtop. This Goat wears a set of Rally II wheels. These wheels were first offered as options on the GTO in 1967. CLICK->
Starlight Black 1967 GTO hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
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