by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> A peek into the trunk. There's the custom sound system with two 800 watt amps.
CLICK-> This was a frame-off restoration. See... The body is off the frame. In this shot the frame looks done, while the body is in primer.
CLICK-> The body is back on the frame. The front clip is mostly installed along with the drivetrain.
CLICK-> Signet Gold 1967 GTO convertible owned by Alex Pilkins. It has a 400ci/360hp HO engine and a 4-speed manual transmission. This car has undergone a total frame-off rotisserie restoration which was finished in 2006. It also has a number of rare options; power front disc brakes, tilt wheel, and electric antenna.
CLICK-> Signet Gold 1967 GTO convertible, left rear view.
CLICK-> Here is that 400ci 360hp HO engine. Nice powerplant restoration!
CLICK-> Signet Gold 1967 GTO convertible, interior ivew. Nice in here too! This one has a nice full Rally Gauge set.
CLICK-> Blue 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Chris Rhodes from New Lenox. Illinois. For this car, Chris Rhodes traded a 1969 LeMans that is seen on this website.
CLICK-> Henry Rhodes purchased this 1967 GTO hardtop a few years back and sold it on eBay. It was highly optioned, but was very rusty.
CLICK-> It has a PONTIAC emblem on the front bumper above the driver's side grille.
CLICK-> Looks like it was recently sprayed with white primer.
CLICK-> The interior is gold with a black carpet.
CLICK-> The passenger seat and center console appear to be in pretty good shape.
CLICK-> What a nice pair. Red 1967 LeMans convertible owned by Scott Croghan from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. It's an original air conditioned car with the 2-speed automatic and 326ci engine. Click here to see more of his Blue Charcoal 1966 GTO hardtop in the background.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO Sport Coupe owned by Phil Morrissey. Phil displayed his car at the "6th Fight Against MS Car Show" held in Princeville, Illinois on April 18, 2009.
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