by Sean Mattingly.
1971 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Left rear view of this 1971 GTO hardtop undergoing a restoration by owner Tim O'Dell.
CLICK-> Here is Tim's 1971 GTO hardtop after about a year's worth of work.
CLICK-> Tim's restoration project 71 GTO is looking good. That's his nephew's 1971 GT-37 in the background.
CLICK-> Overhead view of Tim's 71 restoration progress.
CLICK-> Tim O'Dell sent in a couple of more pictures of his 1971 GTO project. He added, "It is ready for paint. New floors and trunk were added this year. I am considering a dark blue but the kids think black is the way to go. I don't know yet but once the body work is done I will decide."
CLICK-> Here's a peek at the engine in Tim O'Dell's project 1971 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Tim's 1971 GTO after he washed it. The black primer looks like a fresh paint job when it's wet.
CLICK-> Rear end view of Tim's wet 1971 GTO.
CLICK-> Red 1971 GTO sent in by DRBOSTIC@aol.com. This one has a black vinyl top and a spoiler.
CLICK-> Triple black 1971 LeMans Sport convertible owned by Tony Painter from Northern Kentucky. This car has Rally II wheels, a rear spoiler, and interesting graphics down the sides. Tony had this to say, "I traded my 1967 Firebird for it and absolutely love it. No more Hardtops for me! It has a 350 under the hood and Flowmaster exhausts. It's a real head turner!"
CLICK-> This 1993 photo came from the "Chiefs In Chino" all-Pontiac car show. Carole Niemietz with her 1st place trophy for '70 - '72 stock GTO. Bruce Niemietz is standing in the background with his 1974 GTO hatchback. It won the 1st place trophy for '73 - '74 class.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1971 GTO on the lawn trying to get a good shot for the "Auto Trader". It was being sold for $8900. The car sold to the 2nd caller in Marion, Indiana. From 1998 photo from Carole Niemietz.
CLICK-> It took Carole Niemietz 8 days of waxing to get her 1971 GTO this shiny. She sold the car in 1998.
CLICK-> Yellow 1971 GTO hardtop with 1972 front fenders owned by Chris Johnson . Chris commented, "Here's a picture of my beast after 6 years resto. I still got a lot to do but it's a work in progress. Or better yet a labor of LOVE......"
CLICK-> Red 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Matt Gavigan. Matt added these comments, "Mine is the red one with the black vinyl roof. It has the code YC455 with automatic transmission and a 3:31 posi rearend. As you can see, it has judge stripes, according to my PHS documentation, it came factory with them. I added the honeycomb wheels and the spoiler. The hood tach was factory installed as well. Other options include: tilt with formula wheel, and ram air. I have owned the car for 15 years now, and have yet to see one optioned the same as mine...maybe you have?? If my car looks familiar to you, it is because it was used in the current Original Parts Group advertisement that has been running in some of the Pontiac Magazines (just the front driver's corner though). The pictures were taken at Tiger Run 2001, by the Marketing department at O.P.G. It's cool but nobody knows its my car."
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