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Here are a few screenshots from their hi-tech website showing the "GTO" photos. Their Italian-made shoes are worn by such stars as Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, and Halle Barry.
The design for the Spring/Summer 2004 ads is by Steven Klein Studio in New York. They have some examples of their print ads on their website, although the GTO photos do not appear there. http://www.stevenkleinstudio.com Their fine work has appeared in many major fashion magazines, sometimes picturing cars such as Camaros, Mustangs, and that saucy '69 GTO. CLICK->
Another version of the Giuseppe Zanotti shoe ad. That's a 1969 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
You are supposed to be looking at the shoes. Repeat after me, "This ad is for shoes. This ad is for shoes." CLICK->
Pattrick found this 1969 Custom S hardtop in a local junkyard. This one looks like the wheels are buried in the ground. CLICK->
Blue 1969 GTO hardtop project car owned by Lance and Redgy Boyer from Redding, California. Click here to see their Cosmos Purple 2004 GTO. CLICK->
Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Charlie from Massachusetts. Charlie tells us, "This is an original Silver/Black/Black GTO with matching numbers. It spent it's entire life within 10 miles of Vancouver, British Columbia before being bought and shipped to Massachusetts in the spring of 2001. All service records back to November 1968 came with the vehicle. Original options include PS, PDB, automatic, tinted glass and rear defogger." CLICK->
Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop, right rear view. This car has a black vinyl top and rally II wheels. CLICK->
Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop, in the fall colors. CLICK->
Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop, at a car show with the hood up. CLICK->
Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop, another car show photo. CLICK->
Rusty green 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Eugene Adil from North Carolina. Eugene tells us, "I put a tarp cover on because of heavy rain. NO window damages. I found the 69 GTO in a junkyard in the spring of 2004! It sat there for more than 20 years! Only missing parts are front bumper, lights and passgener side fender. It had small little wreck on right fender but not bad. It's got some rust but restorable. Everything is original except back tires. The inside still looks sharp. It still has orginal 400 engine and transmission (automatic). It is going to be restored someday when funds are avialable. This is my FIRST GTO :-)." CLICK->
Old green 1969 GTO hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
Eugene pulls back the hood to take a peek at the engine. There is a lot of hard work ahead. CLICK->
Black Rose 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Greg in Ontario, Canada. He built this car from two cars. Greg explains, "I bought the first car in 1987 when I was seventeen. It was a 1969 LeMans Sport Coupe with the chrome front bumper and the arrowhead rear marker lights. I paid $50.00 Canadian. It was a full car. I still have parts for this car. I bought the next 1969 GTO in 1989 - not a full car - more of a parts car. I paid $350 Canadian for it. My brother and Father began to help in the restoration of the Bailif. I came up with the name Bailif from an article in a magazine - it was saying that all the Judges were winning all the wars but the GTO were winning all the battles. They called it a Judge in Bailif clothing. Seven years after buying the first car it was completed." CLICK->
Black Rose 1969 GTO hardtop, left side view. Greg's Goat has a parchment interior and a rear decklid spoiler. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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