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Silver 1967 GTO hardtop, left front view. Joe is the original owner who took 6 yrs to restore it. CLICK->
Primered 1967 GTO convertible next to a nice Verdoro Green '68 convertible from Alan Swearingen. CLICK->
Alan sent us an updated picture of his 1967 GTO convertible. This is the original color - Plum Mist. Alan sold his green 1968 convertible GTO from his earlier picture. Now he's looking at another 1967 GTO convertible. Which he found - take a look later on in this Lot. CLICK->
Here's a couple of more shots of Alan's Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible taken near Mt. Rainier while on a trial run for a poker run his club is putting on. Looks like Alan added some pinstripes.
This Goat Rocks! It is pictured next to a sign that says Goat Rocks. CLICK->
Alan Swearingen sent in some more pictures of his Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible. He's added a set of Hurst wheels. CLICK->
Plum Mist 1967 GTO, right front view. CLICK->
This is a Jim Wanger's signature car! It's kind of like an Eddie Bauer signature car, but tons better. CLICK->
Jim Wangers and Alan Swearginen's Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible. Jim was the Pontiac advertising genius at McManus, John & Adams, Inc. who is credited with creating the legendary GTO image. CLICK->
Dave Bischopp from SDPerformance rebuilt the engine which is going back into Alan's Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible. CLICK->
Alan's Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible spending a day out with the owls. Hooter girls! We highly recommend Hooters for good food and cute waitresses. Their slogan is "Delightfully tacky yet unrefined". That is funny. Ever read a Hooters menu? They do have a sense of humor! CLICK->
Alan's Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible near Mt. Rainier during his GTO club's annual 'Rainier Run' poker cruise. Alan explains, "The run takes us 160 miles around Mt. Rainier and takes in some fantastic scenery. There are 5 check points (5 cards to draw) along the way. Just about lunch time we find ourselves in Packwood, Washington where they're having their annual hot rod show. We end our cruise with great prizes and sponsored gifts to the lucky card and raffle ticket holders. Anyone interested in our cruise can check it out on our club's web site (kewl site too) at http://www.northwestlegends.com" CLICK->
Another shot of Alan's Plum Mist 1967 GTO convertible in front of Mt. Rainier. CLICK->
Red 1967 LeMans hardtop owned by Wade Rigmaiden. CLICK->
Silver 1967 GTO hardtop really shines! It's owned by Gary & Susan Lee from Deer Park, Texas who are the original owners! Gary had this to say, "It came with air conditioning, power breaks, and an automatic with His and Hers shifter. I graduated in 1967 and Sue graduated in 1968. I use to pick Sue up after school in my car. I think that my GOAT won her over. Sue told me that she need to learn how to make her 67 convertible go fast. Now she can get rubber in second gear. Not to bad for a girl and and automatic Goat. (I do shake a little more than I use to and I have a few more gray hairs, I created a terror)"
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Scott Nimons (scottnims.@earthlink.net) -"Your site has helped me piece together the engine compartment on my 1970 ragtop thanks to some of the pictures."