Silverglaze 1967 GTO sport coupe owned by Kevin Kraft from Cooperstown, New York. Kevin adds, "I've owned this GTO about two years. It is a pillar/post car with original Silverglaze color with black painted top. It has the code correct engine and T-400 transmission with the factory Hurst Dual Gate His/Hers Shifter. The car is PHS documented and has factory AC; power steering; and power drum brakes." Kevin owns many GTOs. Check them out with the help of the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with owner=Kevin Kraft. CLICK->
Silverglaze 1967 GTO sport coupe, front end view. See the 71 GTO behind it? CLICK->
Silverglaze 1967 GTO sport coupe, right side view. CLICK->
It has an air conditioner too! CLICK->
The interior is black in color. CLICK->
Check out this red 1967 GTO hardtop. It has a black vinyl top and a hood tach! CLICK->
Red 1967 GTO hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
Blue 1967 GTO hardtop owned by William Martinez from Scranton, Pennsylvania. William tells us, "It was purchased at a classic car dealer in New Jersey five years ago. It has a completely rebuilt 1973 Pontiac 400 engine with correct Red Line bias ply tires and correct AC Delco R59 battery. Everything else is original to the car except the paint. It was originally red." CLICK->
William's blue 1967 GTO hardtop at a car show. CLICK->NEW POST Brad and Sahlee Aldrich own this 1967 GTO Sport Coupe. Brad tells us, "I have been into Pontiacs since my brother bought a 1967 Tempest back
in 1983. I have owned seven 60s Pontiacs. I still own four. We have this 67 GTO, another 67 GTO, a 67 LeMans convertible, and a 67 LeMans. My brother has eight GTOs, Tempest, LeMans and Bonnevilles." CLICK->NEW POST Brad and Sahlee's 67 GTO on display at a car show. It's parked next to a silver 66 GTO. CLICK->NEW POST Awesome sunset shot of this blue 1967 GTO Sport Coupe by the railroad tracks. CLICK->NEW POST Blue 1967 GTO convertible owned by Alan Swearingen from Lakewood, Washington. Alan tells us more, "Ordered to go fast by original buyer; 'WS' 400 HO, M21 close ratio 4-speed, 3.90:1 rear axle ratio, rally gauges, transistorized ignition, ride and handling package, reverb and Rally IIs. I've added the Hurst wheels, wood wheel, wood shift knob, AM/FM, 8-track, stroker engine build, and beefed up the suspension. Paint is very close to Tyrol Blue but is a 2010 Chrysler Blue. Complete frame off and rotisserie restoration, as they say, every nut and bolt. Runs strong and drives like new.... I've owned it for 12 years and did not quite finish the restoration, but close enough for the 2011 GTOAA Nationals in Portland, Oregon where I brought home a 2nd place in the 1964 to 1971 GTO convertible mild mod class. I've still got a couple items left to finish and it will be done, (for now). I restored it with originality appearance with modern performance in mind." CLICK->NEW POST Another left front view of Alan's blue 1967 GTO convertible. This time, at the waterfront. CLICK->NEW POST This is awesome! The 67 GTO frame with all running gear and drivetrain. All ready for the body! That appears to be a tiger tail hanging from the back of the frame. Nice. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jeffrey N. Meyer (Jefflerna.@ucd.net) - "I'm out here in the middle of the Pacific on the Island of Guam. I'm a GTO/Pontiac fan! Ever since my Dad owned a Green '68 GTO when I was young. There are 2 GTO's on this Island of 150 thousand people, I've seen or heard of a black '69 convertible, and heard of a (story) of a '64 stashed away somewhere. So maybe if I get rich someday (hee,hee) or if I go back to the states. I'll certainly buy a '68 or a '69 GTO!"