by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Here's the rear seat in Lui's Tangerine Candy 1967 GTO clone hardtop. This seat has some custom stitching in it as well as more flamed side panels in the rear. Lui has a new engine is in the works next.
CLICK-> BEFORE! Vahl Buchanan found this in Heber City Utah, Sitting in a field next to a guy's house.
CLICK-> AFTER! Vahl Buchanan has been pretty busy. His red 1967 GTO sport coupe looks great now. WOW!
CLICK-> Here's a shot of George Osborne's project 1967 GTO.
CLICK-> Here's Joe Gaudette's idea of heaven. He's got a Signet Gold 1967 GTO hardtop in the front. A Signet Gold 1967 convertible and a Marimba Red 1964 GTO sport coupe in the garage. Click here to see all his GTOs.
CLICK-> Red 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Robert Johnson from Barrington, Illinois. This was Robert's 40th birthday present from his wife. It's got an automatic transmission with a His/Her's Hurst shifter.
CLICK-> Robert Ellis is restoring this 1967 LeMans. He's painting it orange with white and black accents. Robert tells this story, "I bought the car in pieces about 7 years ago and have been working on it little by little all along. I hope to have it finished for the GTOAA Nationals in July 2004."
CLICK-> 1967 LeMans restoration, left side view of the engine. Robert adds, "Note: the smooth firewall, MSD ignition system, Edelbrock heads, intake and carb, Indian Adventures headers, Milodon oil pan & aluminum water pump, with March pulley system with a Rodney Red radiator, stock ram air pan to be modified."
CLICK-> Robert first checks the hood clearance with the Ram Air pan before modifying it.
CLICK-> Robert is also working on the interior in his 1967 LeMans.
CLICK-> Robert sends us some updated pictures of his wild looking 1967 LeMans convertible project. He's got tiger stripes on the front fenders.
CLICK-> Another shot of the tiger stripes. He's got a Ram Air pan under the hood and a GTO emblem on the fender behind the front wheel.
CLICK-> The front fender on this side still needs to be painted.
CLICK-> Here you can see the progress on the 1967 LeMans from the rear. Looks like Robert has just fitted up the rear bumper. See the protective cardboard he placed on the rear fender sides to keep the bumper from scratching the new paint.
CLICK-> Robert is installing the rubber trunk lid seal.
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