by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
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Burgundy 1967 GTO sport coupe owned by Thomas Wigglesworth from Florida. It's got a numbers matching 400ci engine with Tri-Power, Turbo-400 Transmission with Hurst His-n-Hers shifter, Posi-traction, and factory air conditioning. He's got it for sale.|
CLICK-> This 1967 GTO sport coupe is painted in the original "N" code Burgundy metallic paint, but in one stage lacquer.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO sport coupe, left side view. The rims are 2 piece 17" Eagle Alloy Billet model 212. The rubber is Dunlop FM901 245/45/17.
CLICK-> This is the engine that goes into the Gold 1967 GTO that Andy Gresko is restoring. Andy tells us more, "I'm in the process of a frame-off restoration. The engine has been completed - 400 ci. bored .40 over. The machine work was done by Doug Meyers from Schwenksville Pennsylvania. It was assembled by Dave Mizell from Collegeville. It features Wenzler Series II aluminum heads, Dougs headers, Rock and Roll Engineering SRPs, and a Lunati solid lift cam. Other part manufacturers include: Proform, Edelbrock, MSD, Carter, Taylor, Powerbond, Milodon and K&N. All topped off by a set of beautiful Unique Products valve covers and a ram air pan. The other accessories were purchased from Performance Years in Hatfield. Special thanks to Paul Spotts Performance from Hatfield for Pontiac technical assistance. The engine is rated at 475 hp @ 5500, and 492 tq @ 4500!"
CLICK-> Another shot of the engine that will go into Andy's gold 1967 GTO.
CLICK-> The body is off the frame and placed on a rotisserie. Andy explains, "I will be sending frame to body shop to true on jig, then will be sent out for powder coating. I may coat wheel wells in red. The exterior color code was GG and interior color code was 223 black. I did plan to change interior vinyl to Parchment, but I've had a change of heart and will keep it original. I am planning to finish vehicle in 2000 Ford Mustang Sunburst Gold."
CLICK-> Andy continues, "All new floor pan patch panels are in place and a new shifter tunnel. The quarter patch panels have been completed along with wheel house repairs. I am currently removing all the undercoating from undercarriage. I will finish welding and any additional repairs will be made then recoated. I am planning to recoat with truck bed liner coating."
CLICK-> Inside looks great.
CLICK-> Andy installed all new panels in the trunk.
CLICK-> Another view of the work that Andy has done in the trunk of his 1967 GTO.
CLICK-> All raw metal repairs made to body and undercarriage is prepped for final coating.
CLICK-> Meanwhile the chassis has been powder coated by Van Industries and all components have been restored or replaced. Van Industries is located in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania. According to the company, their facility has over 36,000 square feet dedicated to fabricating, powder coating, milling and laser cutting parts.
CLICK-> The front suspension has: Classic Performance four wheel disc brakes and front suspension, Poly Plus bushings, Torquey IIs, Year One ultra quick ratio steering box, larger sway bars, and KYBs.
CLICK-> The rear is a rare 1966 Olds 442 W-30 Posi with Moser axles and 3.73 ratio.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Scott Daly. Scott bought this GTO while living in Denver back in 1979. He restored it in 1981/82. It has a 400ci engine, AM/FM radio, power antenna, and tilt steering column.
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