1967 Tempest hardtop burns out from Alf Hansson, Sweden (firstname.lastname@example.org). CLICK->
1967 Tempest hardtop shop view shows Alf's PONTIAC neon sign which he restored. The Tempest sits with hood off and engine out. Engine is on left side of picture. Take a look at the nice orderly desk in the back, along with the Pontiac emblem on the floor! (The ideal shop, right?) CLICK->
1967 Tempest hardtop sticking out of the garage from Alf in Sweden. CLICK->
1967 Tempest hardtop sits on top of a detailed view of the Pontiac floor logo in Alf's garage. (I've got a similar logo on my garage floor, except mine is made of oil and round in shape) CLICK->
1967 Tempest hardtop pic #5 from Alf Hansson (email@example.com) in Sweden. CLICK->
1967 Tempest hardtop pic #6 Alf's massive engine! See more at http://www.osterlen.com/alf . Virtually anyone can restore a car. Here are Sean's book recommendations...
Blue 1967 GTO hardtop with black vinyl top from Charles Jarusek. It has 54,000 miles on the clock CLICK->
Bahama Blue 1967 LeMans hardtop from Don Hansen. CLICK->
1967 GTO hardtop project car looks well worn. CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO hardtop dragging from GTOet567@aol.com has a 455 engine. CLICK->
Montreaux Blue 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Steve King from Fort Thomas, Kentucky. Steve tells us more, "My parents owned a gas station which I worked at. I was 17 at the time in 1973. One day when I was off from work, my stepfather called home and said he had a car he wanted me to look at, and that this guy was talking about trading it in for a Ford Ranchero. I took one look at it and said, 'Yes, buy it please.' He bought it for $750. It only had about 43,000 miles on it. I've had it for 35 years. The interior is original and still looks brand new. The car has a 400ci and 400 turbo with a Hurst His/Hers 3-speed automatic." CLICK->
Montreaux Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, left front view. It is parked in front of the Bargain Barn. CLICK->
Montreaux Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, left rear view. Take a look at the rear window. Look at the back window. Is that an optical illusion? It looks BENT! It's in the next picture too. CLICK->
Another of the same view. Same strange rear window distortion. CLICK->
Blue 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Kevin Fautsch from Avon, Minnesota. Kevin says, "Its been in our family for 21 years. We did a 2 year frame off when we got it. Now she is our cruiser, race it once in a while and our show car. The power plant is a basic 455 with 6x heads it will run 12.60 all day long." PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...