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Here's the engine side of Chad's new Ram Air cold air intake conversion. When the hood is closed, those two rubber round pipes sit on top of the holes in the air intake pan on the air cleaner. CLICK->
Here's another shot of the new Ram Air air cleaner on Chad's 1971 GTO. In 1971 Pontiac stopped putting chrome valve covers and air cleaner lids on their GTO engines. CLICK->
Take a look at this. Chad's Canyon Copper 1971 GTO is for sale. Not the full size version, but this 1:64th sale Johnny Lightning diecast. Chad commments, "It was a great honor to have
Johnny Lightning select my Canyon Copper 71 GTO to replicate. The picture card contained in the package was taken by my friend at a park in Nekoosa. The shot is very similar to the one on this site that was the car of the week back in October."Click here to see this Picture Of The Week. It looks like the exact same shot to me. CLICK->
Here's the whole "Classic Gold" set that Johnny Lightning is offering this year. That's Chad's 1971 GTO in the lower right corner. It's even got the hood tach and rear spoiler. The only difference seems to be the interior color. CLICK->
Some shots of Chad's Canyon Copper 1971 GTO in the country. If you like rustic barns (like me) you'll appreciate this picture. CLICK->
Canyon Copper 1971 GTO, right side view. CLICK->
Looking down the right side of Chad's Canyon Copper 1971 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Chad Van Tassel shares another picture of his Canyon Copper 1971 GTO hardtop. It was taken at Nekoosa Park. This shot will be featured on a local calendar. CLICK->
White 1971 Judge hardtop owned by Jason from Ohio. CLICK->
White 1971 Judge hardtop, front end view. CLICK->
White 1971 Judge hardtop, left rear view. This one has the Hurst emblem on the trunk lid! CLICK->
White 1971 Judge hardtop, left front view. CLICK->
White 1971 Judge hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
White 1971 Judge hardtop, rear end view, with trunk open. CLICK->
White 1971 Judge hardtop, 455 HO engine view.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Donald R. Shay, Sr. (Officershay81.@yahoo.com) - "Yes, I love this website. It gets my heart racing and I want to get another GTO. Back in 1976 I bought a 1970 GTO Judge for $1,000."