Dark Red 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Brett Wray from Baltimore, Maryland. Brett's Grr8one is ready for cruisin. CLICK->
Dark Red 1967 GTO hardtop, right rear view. It's got a tiger in its tank! CLICK->
Brent takes his dark red 1967 GTO hardtop to a Hooters car show. These Hooters are from Towson, Maryland. You will find them at 1630 East Joppa Road. CLICK->
Three more Hooters Girls in front of Brett's dark red 1967 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO sport coupe owned by Barry Tedesco from Yonkers, New York. Barry tells us more, "I bought this car in 2001. When I got the car it was re-painted, original interior, and like new. However, I put on new wheels, tires, rebuilt the engine, and other minor repairs." CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO sport coupe at a car show. CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO sport coupe, interior view. CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO sport coupe, engine view. Nice. CLICK->
Champagne 1967 GTO sport coupe owned by Carl S. Carl tells us, "I purchased car from original owner. It has 47K original miles and 30 factory options: rare headrests, reclining passenger seat, cruise ,a/c , power windows, power disc brakes, power steering, and Hurst Dual Gate Shifter. The car was painted once in 1988." CLICK->
Close-up of the front end of Carl's Champagne 1967 GTO sport coupe. CLICK->
Champagne 1967 GTO sport coupe, interior view. Carl says that the interior is all original. CLICK->
Tyrol Blue 1967 LeMans hardtop owned by John M. Foland from Ravenna, Michigan. John tells us, "My LeMans was purchased from its original owner in 2002. The car had 64,000 miles on it when purchased. This car has been in Michigan all its life. It was all original when I purchased it." This picture was taken when John bought the car. CLICK->
Tyrol Blue 1967 LeMans hardtop, left right view at a car show. John has removed the bias ply tires and added 15 inch Rally II wheels and new tires. CLICK->
John and his Tyrol Blue 1967 LeMans hardtop in front of the gas station at Gilmore. CLICK->
Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Jim Costello from Pierre, South Dakota. Jim just finished a frame off restoration. He says, "It has original 400 and Muncie 4 speed. They stamped the VIN on the top of the aluminum case on the tranny!" PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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