Bronze 1971 GTO convertible owned by from Eddie K. Here's what Eddie had to say, "I just bought it off eBay. Flew down to get it and drove it 800 miles back home going 70 all the way. It's got 114,000 miles, power steering, power brakes, remote mirror, tinted glass, and custom seat belts. All the numbers match - 400 with an automatic transmission. It has some rust and the paint is beat up, but I'm gonna drive the wheels off it this summer, then maybe clean it up a little over the winter. It's supposed to be Aztec Gold, but it looks to be a bronze repaint." CLICK->
Bronze 1971 GTO convertible, right rear view. Looks like it was a boat/camper tower. CLICK->
Bronze 1971 GTO convertible, left rear view. CLICK->
Bronze 1971 GTO convertible, interior view. CLICK->
Bronze 1971 GTO convertible, left side engine view. CLICK->
Bronze 1971 GTO convertible, right side engine view. Nice and clean! CLICK->
Bronze 1971 GTO convertible, right front view with hood up. CLICK->
The frame-off restoration is complete. Eddie's Goat is now Blue with a white interior and covertible top. Eddie says, "I made her just the way I would have ordered her, if I could go back in time." CLICK->
Blue 1971 GTO convertible, left side view. CLICK->
Blue 1971 GTO convertible, left rear view. CLICK->
Let's peek inside Eddies newly restored 1971 GTO convertible. Nice! CLICK->
Red 1971 T-37 hardtop owned by C&C Guttinger. Here's what they had to say, "Hi, me and my wife purchased a T-37 about a year ago. The interior had been gutted and had no front seat. The car ran very well with the original motor & trans 350cu, some body work and paint had been done on the car a long time ago. Parts for these cars are hard to find, but we did find some. My wife and I also opened up our own upholstery shop in Calgary Alta, after the purchase of the car. She wanted to experiment. So what you see are the seats done, not for the original look, but for originality. As for the rest of the car it has a lot of work left. The colour of the seats will tie in to the car when it is done (Orbit Orange) as we really like that look with the eyebrows." CLICK->
Red 1971 T-37 hardtop, closer view of the custom seats. CLICK->
Red 1971 T-37 hardtop, another view of the custom seats. CLICK->
Red 1971 T-37 hardtop, left side view.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Kevin (KevinGesche.@aol.com) - "Thanks, I (..used your GTO For Sale list and..) found a '66 GTO convertible in Connecticut and purchased it today [my birthday]."