by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> New trunk floor goes in.
CLICK-> Silverglaze 1967 GTO hardtop owned by Matt Mannino from Grand Ledge, Michigan. This was our Picture Of The Week for 12-7-08. He purchased in August 2004. The engine, transmission, and rear were completely rebuilt in 2006 by Supercar Specialties. Matt had the body disassembled, taken to bare metal, and repainted the correct Silverglaze Metallic. Matt says, "It looks completely stock until I turn the key!"
CLICK-> Silverglaze 1967 GTO hardtop, left front view at a lower level. Matt adds, "Lots of fun to drive and gets comments wherever I go!"
CLICK-> Take a look at this view of Matt's Silverglaze 1967 GTO hardtop. Ready to pounce!
CLICK-> Another down low cool view of Matt's Silverglaze 1967 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Silverglaze 1967 GTO hardtop, right front view in the grass.
CLICK-> Another final shot of Matt's Silverglaze 1967 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Black 1967 GTO owned by Gary and Deb Henderson from Lafontaine, Indiana. It was our Picture Of The Week for 1-11-09. Gary tells us, "We purchased it in 2000. We are High School sweethearts and I owned a 67 while we dated. We always said we will someday own another and it took us 25 years. We have been married 33 years. This is our oldest daughter's wedding. My wife made her dress."
CLICK-> Black 1967 GTO hardtop in front of the church by itself.
CLICK-> Another photo of Gary and Deb's Black 1967 GTO with the bride and groom.
CLICK-> White 1967 Tempest Sport Coupe owned by Kirk Brust from Minnesota. This was our Picture Of The Week for 3-15-09. Kirk comments, "This is my 1967 Tempest coupe 232ci 1bbl. OHC 6, auto trans and manual everything else. I purchased it in 2003 from someone who had only owned it a few months. He told me he'd bought it from the estate of the original owners who were an elderly couple when they purchased it so it hadn't been driven much. The car had 20,000 actual miles on it when I bought it and was a completely untouched original down to the belted tires. I have photos of the car on a farm somewhere in Iowa were it likely spent much of it's life sitting in a protected building. The chrome, weather stripping and interior are like new and the sheet metal is rust-free and virtually free of dings. Cosmetically, I added 15x7" Rally IIs to fill out the wheel wells a bit, cleaned and repainted the engine bay and waxed the still shiny Forty two year old original paint. Mechanically I've replaced the necessary parts of the engine, suspension, brakes etc. to make the car reliable and very road worthy (it now has just over 30,000 miles on the clock). Although the '66-'67 GTOs are (in my opinion) the best looking cars on the planet, this Tempest will not be cloned and I plan to drive and maintain the car as-is."
CLICK-> White 1967 Tempest Sport Coupe, interior view.
CLICK-> White 1967 Tempest Sport Coupe, right rear view.
CLICK-> White 1967 Tempest Sport Coupe, trunk view.
CLICK-> It has a straight six under the hood.
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