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Linden Green 1967 GTO hardtop, right front view. CLICK->
Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Richard Eriksson. This was our Picture Of The Week for 11-25-07. The only factory options on this Goat were 4-speed manual transmission, Posi-traction, and AM radio. Richard adds, "I acquired it from a car museum in Florida in June of 2005. This car had just undergone a complete 'detailing' that included engine, transmission, suspension tear down, inspection and was then put back together with all GM original parts. Documented 'as built' per
Here is Richard's Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop at a car show. It is parked next to the General Lee. During production of the Dukes Of Hazzard TV series, 309 General Lees were used. Fortunately, there was no TV series that trashed GTOs on a weekly basis. CLICK->
Another shot of Richard's Mariner Turquoise 1967 GTO hardtop. Nice shiny tires. CLICK->
Close-up of the GTO emblem in the grille. CLICK->
Here is David's black 1967 GTO hardtop sitting on a beach in Miami Florida. This is our Picture Of The Week for 12-23-07. David has owned this GTO for ten years. He just got it out of the body shop. CLICK->
Another shot of David's black 1967 GTO hardtop enjoying the beach. CLICK->
This is Chad Haas' Signet Gold 1967 GTO in its luxurious garage. Pretty nice, eh? It was our Picture Of The Week for 1-1-08. Check out the crankshaft lamp. Click here to see more pictures of Chad's GTO with the help of our Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with owner=Chad Haas. CLICK->
Candy Apple Red 1967 GTO convertible owned by Colin Hutcherson from Charlotte, North Carolina. This was our Picture Of The Week for 1-20-08. Colin had this story to share, "This gorgeous 1967 GTO convertible has been in my family for over 25 years. It was part of the inspiration for my recently published book: 'If That Car Talked: Good Friends and a 67 GTO.' My first car was a hardtop 1967 GTO and most of the 50 stories in the book are based on actual events about that car. The convertible was recently restored with new paint, 400ci bored 30k with Tri-Power engine, and custom top along with many other new parts. No, the 17-inch wheels are not stock, but I like them. Of course I can get the original Rally IIs like I had on my first 67 if I want to. It has only 73,000 original miles with power seat, remote mirror, tilt wheel and the trademark dual gate/His & Hers Hurst shifter. Just for fun I got a 2005 GTO for a song for my everday car. I used to ignore those 'new' GTOs too - but I can tell you this, itís a monster to drive, just like the 67! Check it and other pics along with more info on the book."
Candy Apple Red 1967 GTO convertible, left front view. CLICK->
Here is a scan of the cover jacket for Colin's book. "If That Car Talked: Good Friends and a 67 GTO". The book is available through Amazon Bookstore here. CLICK->
Signet Gold 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Jim Dickson from Reno, Nevada. This is our Picture Of The Week for 2-17-08. A frame-off restoration was done in Kentucky prior to Jim purchasing it. Jim installed a new Moser Posi 3.73 unit and restored the Muncie transmission to stock. He took the Redlines off and added the 15-inch American Racing wheels. The rear tires are 275/50/15 and they do not rub! CLICK->
Signet Gold 1967 GTO hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
Signet Gold 1967 GTO hardtop. This is an example of good photography. The first thing that stands out is the lighting. Examine the shadows under the car. The shadows are stretching AWAY from the camera. That means there will be better light on the lower portions of the car, especially the rocker area and tires. Not to mention the scenery is nice. CLICK->
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