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Here's the "money" shot. Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, front end view. CLICK->
Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop owned by David Molnar from Greensboro, North Carolina. David tells us more, "Options I have put on the car are: 1965 Tri-power, 4 core radiator, chromed valve covers, wood stering wheel, Rally gauges, fan guard, hood tach and some misc. stickers/detail items. It's a 400 tripower 3-speed manual trans. Fully restored. Options from the factory were AC, console, and vinyl top. I've put a lot of work into the car and love driving her around. I'm always asked 'You have three deuces in that?' - and
when I reply 'yes,' I'm always asked to pull it over for a closer look. These 'Great Ones' are awesome!" CLICK->
Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop, right side view. CLICK->
Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop, interior dash view. This one has the Custom Sport wood steering wheel. CLICK->
Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop, engine view. CLICK->
Montego Cream 1967 GTO convertible owned by Norm Lis from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Nice looking 1967 car. Makes me wish it was 1967 again. Stamps only cost a nickel. Billie Jean King won Wimbledon. It was the first year for Rolling Stone magazine. One of the big movies of the year was "The Graduate". CLICK->
Montego Cream 1967 GTO convertible, right side view. CLICK->
Montego Cream 1967 GTO convertible, rear view. CLICK->
Montego Cream 1967 GTO convertible, engine view. It's got tha bling bling. With a car this COOL, who needs air conditioning? CLICK->
Another shot of the engine in Norm's Montego Cream 1967 GTO convertible. This is what I call fresh! It doesn't even have any burn marks on the heads paint yet. CLICK->
Montego Cream 1967 GTO convertible, interior view. It's nice to see a rechromed dash in here. CLICK->
Silver 1967 GTO convertible owned by John Sillay. This is a shot before the frame-off restoration. CLICK->
Silver 1967 GTO convertible, left rear view. CLICK->
Silver 1967 GTO convertible, interior view. CLICK->
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