by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Here's the interior in Matthew's 1967 parts car. See the three chrome switches under the top edge of the dash. Those are option switches. The far left one is the rear window defroster, the next is the reverb, and the third is the power antenna.
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 LeMans hardtop owned by Eric Rogers from Ballston Lake, New York. Eric tells us, "I've owned this car since 1987. It had the original 326 in it when I bought it which now sits in the corner of the garage. I managed to find a 67 GTO motor coupled to a Muncie out of a wreck which now resides in the car. The interior is original except for carpet and console."
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 LeMans, left rear view. Eric's car has a black vinyl top and Rally II wheels.
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 LeMans, interior view. Eric's LeMans also has an original Pushbutton AM Radio and Deluxe Steering Wheel.
CLICK-> Red 1967 LeMans (with a 66 LeMans front clip) convertible owned by Michael McIntyre from Saugerties, New York.
CLICK-> Red 1966 LeMans convertible, left rear view. Looks like a bug collector. The LeMans model normally has sets of verticle chrome trim pieces (louvers) on their sides. On a 1966 LeMans, they were on the front fenders. On a 1967 LeMans they were on the rear fenders. Since this car has a 1966 LeMans front end, it's got both sets of LeMans louver trim.
CLICK-> Red 1967 LeMans covnvertible, left side view. I wonder if it came with doors. That's a GTO hood leaning against the fence.
CLICK-> Red 1967 LeMans convertible, rear end view. The 1967 LeMans had PONTIAC spelled out on the rear taillight panel. The GTO only had a little GTO nameplate on the right rear trunk lid edge.
CLICK-> The 1967 LeMans normally came with a 225hp V8 engine with a single two barrel carb.
CLICK-> Here's a GTO hood which can be placed on the 1967 LeMans convertible.
CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 Tempest Custom convertible owned by Mark Cloud from Joplin, Missouri. Mark tells this story, "This is one Tempest that I'm saving from extinction! When I got it, it had a bad engine fire, broken vent window, etc. I rewired it, repaired the damage, and am driving it. The body has some rust. I found out later the frame is very badly rusted. So, I decided to do a frame off restification on it. I'm building another frame for it, with a potent '69 428 engine to give it some umph!"
CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 Tempest Custom convertible, left rear view.
CLICK-> This 1967 Pontiac Tempest Safari wagon is mint. (Mint green that is) It has been restored using some of the GTO upgrades such as; 455 high output engine with 4 barrel carburetor, GTO hood and grilles, GTO rims, Hurst His & Hers Shifter, tach, and rally gauges. It also has a vinyl top & roof rack.
CLICK-> Green 1967 Tempest (GTO clone) wagon, right rear view. Just think what this wagon would look like if it were red and without the white walled tires and vinyl bodyside moldings.
CLICK-> This 1967 Tempest Wagon has bucket seats and a Hurst Dual Gate shifter. The glove compartment door is chromed.
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