by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Maybe this will help? Look at the lettering above the front grille. My dad was a sign painter. Us kids used to stop him from making giant spelling errors. Like, imagine seeing your spelling mistakes in red paint on a building wall with three-foot tall letters. Check out our Text Topics: Car Guys Flunk Spelling article for a humorous list of more common misspelled car related words.
CLICK-> Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Kerm Lambert from Illinois. Kerm had this to say, "I've had my hardtop since July, 2004. It is a matching numbers HO, TH-400 car with AC, the complete interior light package, including the roof-rail map lights, and the Rally package. Right now, the engine is out for a complete rebuild -including a new HO-specs cam, .040-over dished pistons, and lots of new seals. The engine is with its GTO godfather, Mr. Goat-Wrench. I get the clean-up and repainting. Next year, maybe the interior."
CLICK-> Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view.
CLICK-> Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop, right front view. Kerm concludes, "I really bought it as a driver, and I plan to do just that. It's not perfect, so I'll have lots of winter projects. Your website was the chief contributor to my GTO education, which lasted about 9 months. I certainly would have made some unwise choices about other cars if I hadn't learned so much. Keep up the great work."
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO convertible owned by Moe and Mary Headberg from Friendswood, Texas. It has a vintage 1967 Texas plate on the front. Moe tells us how he got it, "I'd been looking for a car like this for a LONG time! I saw it on eBay - a '67 GTO convertible four speed with a frame-off restoration three years old. My lovely wife and I drove to Dallas from Houston to get the car and drove it home. What a great trip it was getting used to my dream car on the three and a half hour drive home. LOTS of thumbs ups and waves! Everybody was smiling at the very pretty and cool car. I love it and always will. I've had a million guys come up and tell me how much they love the car and how it is their dream car too."
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO convertible, right front view.
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO convertible, rear end view.
CLICK-> Regimental Red 1967 GTO convertible, engine view. I see they've converted to an electric choke.
CLICK-> Cameo Ivory 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Bob Schweitzer Jr. from Milltown, New Jersey. This is a low option car which was only repainted once many years ago.
CLICK-> Cameo Ivory 1967 GTO hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> Cameo Ivory 1967 GTO hardtop, right front view.
CLICK-> Cameo Ivory 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view from the passenger side. This one has the dark blue interior. A lighter turquoise color was also available in 1967.
CLICK-> Cameo Ivory 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view from the passenger side door. Just the basics: a manual transmission and a radio. No extra gauges or a console.
CLICK-> Bob says that this one has the rare no-pushbutton AM radio with a rear speaker option.
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