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Here's another view of Tim's Tropical Lime Metallic 1971 LeMans hardtop next to his son's red 1968 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
This 1971 LeMans has bucket seats with a console. CLICK->
It's also got a remote driver's side mirror, automatic transmission, console, air conditioning, and a custom sports steering wheel. CLICK->
Back seat! Doesn't look like enough seat belts. CLICK->
What's in the trunk? A spare tire and a jack! CLICK->
Lucerne Blue 1971 LeMans convertible owned by Mark Janis from Alderwood, Washington. Mark had this to say about his car, "I bought this car from a friend after it swallowed a hose clamp his cousin fed it and didn't tell him. Since then, this factory 400/400 car has swallowed buckets of cash and untold hours of sweat. Currently a 'XF' code 455 with #96 heads resides between the frame rails, churning a modified 1987 GN 200-4R and 3.23 cogs. A 125 shot of Nitrous waits to be hooked up, hoping to torture Goodyear clad Centerlines. She is a nice driver, with IROC steering box, big sway bars and cushy seats. One late addition is a set of hood scoops, mating to a fabricated Ram Air air cleaner." CLICK->
Here's a closer look at those custom hood scoops that Mark added to his Lucerne Blue 1971 LeMans convertible. They are similar to the hood scoops on a 68-70 GTO. They are just a bit longer and wider. CLICK->
Here's that 'XF' code 455ci engine with Mark's fabricated Ram Air air cleaner. CLICK->
Mark added two extensions on his air cleaner which connect to his custom hood scoops. CLICK->
Here's quite the herd of junker goats! How'd you like to wander around this place? It's behind the Black Tie Classics shop in Berlin, New Jersey. That red car in the front row is 1971 LeMans. The gold car to the left is either a 67 or a 66 LeMans or GTO (hard to tell with the hood changed). The one to the right is a blue 65 GTO. The row behind has 68 or 69 GTOs. CLICK->
Cardinal Red 1971 GTO owned by J Dellinger from Lincolnton, North Carolina. This one has Honeycomb wheels and Judge stripes. Mr. Dellinger also has a 1964 GTO convertible. CLICK->
Cardinal Red 1971 GTO hardtop, left front view. CLICK->
Here's the dash in this 1971 GTO. There were two Rally Gauge Clusters offered in 1971. One had the clock in the left-most pod. The other, as shown here, had the tach in the left-most pod. This car also has the Custom Sports Steering Wheel. CLICK->
J Dellinger sends us some updated shots of his 1971 GTO. This shot has a cool Primavera Beige 1968 GTO convertible pictured as well. Mr. Dellinger restored this one for a customer of his. CLICK->
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