by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Jeff Skribner's Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop. This car has a good shine on it.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop, left rear view. Looks like there is a tiger in the tank.
CLICK-> Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Michael McMillan from Denver, Colorado. This was our Picture Of The Week for 1/30/05. Michael tells us more, "My car was the Picture Of The Week 10/13/02, back when it was red. The car is coded H2 which is Linden Green (with black vinyl top). I finally got around to having it repainted the original color! I was not able to keep my optional Spinner hubcaps (which are featured on the pre-restoration pictures of 10/13/02), due to inability to acquire straight 14" steel rims that were deep enough to accept a hubcap. So, I bit the bullet and opted for the American Racing Torq Thrust D's. Fortunately for me, they had just come out with GTO center caps which of course I had to have! I used to live close to Old Town in Kissimee Florida, near Disney World. They claim to have the largest weekly gathering of antique cars in the Nation. Usually there are close to 450+ cars there every Saturday night for the cruise."
CLICK-> Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop, right front view.
CLICK-> Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop, front end view.
CLICK-> Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop, right rear view.
CLICK-> Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop, engine view. Michael tells about his engine, "I am now a 'restified' car, meaning only minor and desireable upgrades. I have a Rodney Red Aluminum radiator, what a difference that makes! I had the Edelbrock Pontiac Performer Intake #2156 powder coated and custom matched paint for the Factory YS Block. The car has an Edelbrock RPM #1910 850cfm Quadrajet which really woke the car up after the complete rebuild. I am running a Blue Racer Crane Cam # WG1169 which is slightly above stock, but very much highway friendly, as well as HEI ignition."
CLICK-> Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view. Michael adds, "The seat covers, bucket seat springs and foam are new parts from Ames Performance Engineering. The door panels and headliner and all emblems are from Performance Years Inc. Performance Pontiac did the rechroming of the Dash Bezel. Ssnake-Oyl did a wonderful job restoring my Deluxe Seat Belts! Topping things off are the great Kenwood loaded custom Kick Panel Speakers from JS Classics which prevent you from having to drill any holes in your doors! Factory 8-Track and AM radio are still in place, while a Pioneer CD Player with Remote occupies the glovebox."
CLICK-> Michael shares some additional pictures of his Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop. Michael tells us more about this rear one year only factory color, "Linden Green (code H2) is a silver metallic green whereas 1966 Palmetto Green is more of a blue green. 1968 had the almost hunter dark green called Verdoro Green. By far, this is one of the truly great colors to have in 1967!"
CLICK-> Looking up the passenger side of Michael's Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> This shot was taken at the Saint Petersburg Yacht Club annual car show.
CLICK-> Here is a shot of Michael's Linden Green 1967 GTO sitting next to his red 1964 Pontiac Catalina Sport Coupe. Michael tells us more, "I have spent the last three years restoring the 1964 Pontiac Catalina Sport Coupe to use as my daily driver. My Catalina has a 1973 GTO 400 with 6x Heads and a Clevite high performance cam and TH400 tranny. My friend Don has the Torrid Red 2006 GTO. This shot was taken at the annual Pontiac Only show sponsored by Wide Track Warriors of Orlando. The 1964 Catalina was advertised at the time as 'GTOs Bigger Brother'. In 1965 the Catalina was made into more of a 'luxury car', so 1962-1964 Catalinas are the muscle Catalinas to own as they were Pontiac's muscle car prior to introducing the GTO. Something I think is really neat about the Catalina is it was built in the Doraville Georgia plant in February 1964 and shipped new to Waldron Pontiac Inc in downtown St. Petersburg Florida. This car has never left the state of Florida in 43 years! My GTO was built in February of 1967 in the Baltimore MD Plant. I purchased it from the second owner in Myrtle Beach South Carolina and brought it to Florida."
CLICK-> Burgundy 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Bob Hamm from Elk Grove, California. This was our Picture Of The Week for 4/24/05. This shot is available in two additional wallpaper sizes; 800-600 wallpaper and 1024-768 wallpaper. To make them your desktop wallpaper, click on the links, then right-click on the image, and select "Set as Background".
CLICK-> 1967 GTO convertible with a chamelion paint job. It's owned by Jerry Froio from Scottsdale, Arizona. This car has two honors. Besides being our Picture Of The Week for 5/22/05, it is also our 10,000th picture posted to this website! This site was started nine years ago in 1996. Is it time to stop collecting pictures of awesome GTOs? No, it's time to get started on the next 10,000 pictures!
CLICK-> 1967 GTO convertible, left front view. We have this beautiful shot in two additional sizes; 800-600 wallpaper and 1024-768 wallpaper.
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