Gulf Turquoise 1967 GTO convertible has a "canvas" look to the image. It's owned by Tom Theophano who says the car is all stock except for Flowmasters and metering changes in Q-jet. It runs 14.01 on street tires. CLICK->
Another shot of Tom's Gulf Turquoise 1967 GTO convertible. CLICK->
Maroon 1967 LeMans Sprint hardtop from Stanley Kaminski with a 1966 Sprint too. See the '66 Lots for two more pictures of this 66 Sprint. CLICK->
Gold 1967 GTO sport coupe at a car show. CLICK->
Blue 1967 GTO to the right, red 1966 GTO to the left. CLICK->
White 1967 GTO hardtop from Jack Niemi (firstname.lastname@example.org). CLICK->
Protect-O-Plate from Jack's white 1967 GTO. The VIN 242177Z105334 can be seen in reverse. Let's decode it: 2 is for Pontiac division, 42 is for the GTO model, 17 is for the hardtop body style, 7 is for the 1967 year, Z is for the Fremont assembly plant, 1 is for a V8 installed engine, 05334 indicates the 5334th V8 equiped car to come of the Fremont assembly line that model year. There is also other information here. The 223 represents the interior trim color of black. The C after it is the exterior paint color of Cameo Ivory. The 2 after that is the cordova (vinyl) top color of black. It's funny how many people mis-spell the name of the city where this car was built. "Fremont" is the correct spelling. A best-selling GTO book incorrectly spelled it "Freemont" on their VIN decoder pages. CLICK->
Gold 1967 GTO hardtop at a car show from Scott Holten. CLICK->
Gold 1967 GTO hardtop at a city park, view #2. CLICK->
Gold 1967 GTO hardtop sitting next to the green trees, view #3. CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO hardtop with black vinyl top, view #1. CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO hardtop, view #2. CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO hardtop, view #3. CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO hardtop, view #4. CLICK->
Vintage magazine advertisement for Wide-Tracks featuring a white 1967 GTO hardtop. This ad is READABLE!
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Larry Parks (deuceguy.@city-net.com) - "I have not had a car in 15 years and would like to get back into the game. I can't tell you how many cars used to just follow me home. However I've been out of this for a long time and times have changed."