by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
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Champagne 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Brett from Illinois. Brett adds, "I've had the car since 1979, right out of High School. I just got it back together a few years ago."|
CLICK-> Champagne 1967 GTO hardtop, left front view.
CLICK-> Champagne 1967 GTO hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> Champagne 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view. This one has a Hurst Dual Gate Shifter.
CLICK-> Black 1967 LeMans convertible owned by Michael Götesson from Edsbyn, Sweden. Michael tells us more, "It is an import from Germany in 2002. I think some US soldier imported it to Germany in 1967 or it was a private person. It has additional German plates in the engine room."
CLICK-> Michael is in the process of restoring the interior in his black 1967 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> Michael has finished his 1967 LeMans convertible. Here it is with the top up at a small vintage gas station. We have this same view with the top down as the Picture Of The Week for 4-6-08. Click here to see it.
CLICK-> Looks like Michael installed a 325ci Pontiac engine.
CLICK-> The interior is all done too. Gotta love the cheesy '70s BRASS KNUCKLES hanging from the mirror with the "76" ball. How many people have those still?
CLICK-> This 1967 GTO wears its factory special 1962 Corvette Hondoras Maroon paint job. Its owner, Stu Silverman, tells us all about it, "I was with the original owner when it was ordered in late 1966. My friend wanted a Tri-Power 67 but the salesman said that could not be done - but, 'What I can do is special order a car and have it sent to Royal for a full on Bobcat treatment.' Well, we had not idea who Royal was but the salesman said the car would be unbeatable. In January it FINALLY arrived, but it had almost 300 miles on it. But my friend did not want an OLD used car. He was told to take it around the block. Well I gotta tell you, that sold him. Boy, it was BRUTAL at NY National Speedway. It turned 12.60 @110 mph. I bought it in 1970 for $500.00. I am a mechanic so I performed a 15 year nut and bolt restoration. It is fully documented with all the paperwork from Royal. It is an AACA Grand Champion and a real family member."
CLICK-> Hondoras Maroon 1967 GTO hardtop, front end view.
CLICK-> Hondoras Maroon 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view. It looks new in here!
CLICK-> Hondoras Maroon 1967 GTO hardtop, engine view.
CLICK-> Shot under Stu's Hondoras Maroon 1967 GTO. It looks new under here too!
CLICK-> This is a quiz! Can you tell me what is wrong with the white 1967 LeMans convertible in this picture?
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