by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Arthur adds, "Here's a rear shot of the car near my house in rural Pennsylvania (Yep, I live 700 feet up a dirt road). The railroad crossing sign in the background is my other hobby."
CLICK-> Yellow 1967 GTO hardtop, right front view. The car has power steering, power brakes, a hood tach, Rally clock, Rally II wheels, and the original 400ci HO engine (WS code).
CLICK-> This 1967 GTO sport coupe would need tons of work to be restored. Someone has made it into a truck for hauling things. Monty thought so too. Monty tells us, "This is the GTO that got me started. I was going to restore THAT. But I soon found a friend that had another complete car so he traded that car to me if I would change his frame out for him."
CLICK-> So, Monty Blount traded that 1967 GTO truck conversion for this 1967 GTO with potiential. Monty goes on to say, "Since I own a salvage yard, I have had the good fortune to call in favors from friends and customers to get to the car you see here."
CLICK-> Another view of Monty's 1967 GTO hardtop restoration. Nice set of wheels! He's planning on painting it Medium Blue Quasar Metallic.
CLICK-> Here's a shot down the other side of Monty's 1967 GTO restoration project. Nice and straight.
CLICK-> All primered up and ready for paint. Monty adds, "Very soon it will be painted and hopefully by the end of April the car will be finished. Those are new AR TT 2 wheels. This is the last coat of primer/sealer before paint Saturday March 13th. It has a 400ci motor, 4-speed manual with 3.90 posi rear. I can't wait."
CLICK-> Blue Aqua 1967 GTO convertible owned by Kevin Boyle from Creve Coeur, Missouri.The car features a 400 block bored 0.60 over, Edelbrock 650 4 bbl, Edelbrock aluminum intake, and a Crane Cam. Headers and flowmasters complete the package. The car has His n' Hers 3-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and 76,000 miles.
CLICK-> Blue Aqua 1967 GTO convertible, left front view.
CLICK-> Blue Aqua 1967 GTO convertible, left rear view.
CLICK-> Blue Aqua 1967 GTO convertible, right rear view.
CLICK-> Mason Walker is just starting to restore this 1967 LeMans OHC6 convertible.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 LeMans convertible, right side view. There's a little OHC6 emblem on the front fender.
CLICK-> Fathom Blue 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Brian Catania from Omaha, Nebraska. Brian comments, "I had the car since Decemeber 03. It was tired and worn. I finished restoring in February 04. It has a non original 400, front disc brakes, under dash lamp, His/Hers shifter, factory air, remote mirror, and Rally clock. The car is originally from Texas. I bought it for $7000. The previous owner wanted $8000 but lowered the price if he could keep the mags he bought. When I picked it up, he had put the original Rally I's on with all the goodies - thank heaven for chevy guys." Did you catch that! The restoration took 3 months! Brian has a new project - a 1964 GTO. Click here to check it out.
CLICK-> Fathom Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, left rear view.
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