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Another shot of Phil's Burgundy 1967 GTO Sport Coupe. CLICK->
It has a Tri-Power engine under the hood. CLICK->
Burgundy 1967 GTO Sport Coupe, left rear view. That's Phil in the background with his hand in the air. CLICK->
Signet Gold 1967 GTO convertible owned by Art Pollock from Valencia, Pennsylvania. Art tells us, "This GTO has been in my family since day 1! My brother bought it in August of '67 and gave it to me in '94. It has had a frame off restoration three years ago." CLICK->
Regmental Red 1967 GTO convertible owned by Vic and Kelly Keesling from Floral City, Florida. Vic has this story to share, "We acquired this car from an older fellow that had simply gotten poorly in health and could not take care of her like she deseved. This was in 2005. She was sitting under a bunch of pine trees and was a mess to put it lightly. She ran but not very well, mildew was everywhere. I made friends with the fellow and he could tell that I would treat her like she deserved. None of the lights worked except the headlights. Come to find out the turn signal switch went bad and shorted out all the wiring harness under the dash. We have replaced all the interior, all wiring, restored the wheels and polished the heck out of her as best we can. She is supposed to be white/white/white according to the PHS. The older fellow we got her from had owned her since 1972. He was the second owner. We go to visit that fellow regularly and keep him up to date on the progress and take the car. The best thing of all of this is driving her. My wife and I have to toss a coin to see who gets to drive next." CLICK->
Regmental Red 1967 GTO convertible, right front view up close. Nice. CLICK->
Regmental Red 1967 GTO convertible, right front view. CLICK->
Cool color! A 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Steve Fazio from Laguna Beach, California. It is painted in Chopper Blue Pearl. CLICK->
Check out the close-up of the grille in Steve's 1967 GTO. CLICK->
Let's look under the hood. Nice and clean. CLICK->
It has the blue throttle spring. CLICK->
Looking at the right side of the engine. CLICK->
This is awesome. It's a 1967 GTO convertible made of snow! Jim Bledsoe built this in his front yard. The headlights and grille inserts are real.
Rest is snow. It took Jim four days and 130+ blocks of snow to build. He carved from memory starting at the front end. Here is the video of his creation:
The snow started to melt as Jim was trying to finish the tires and interior. Call it a GTO Snowmobile. CLICK->
Check out the rear end details.
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