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The new front end is applied and the car's paint is removed. CLICK->
Sanding of the primer. The LeMans will be painted Viper Red. CLICK->
Black 1971 T-37 owned by Jim Forster from South Dakota. Jim comments, "This is my project. My Dad purchased it for me for $100.00 when I was 14. In tribute to him, I keep going on it.
The engine was shot and the car was abandoned near Gordon, NE. I believe the original owner was competing in quarter mile races near there, and the oil light was not connected when the pump quit.
The car is (awaiting) the installation of a new front clip and both doors. And eventually a 'real' paintjob and new rims. It currently has a 400, and a turbo-400 transmission. I recently added a Holley Street Domninator intake, Holley 750-Double pumper carb, and completely redid the interior giving her buckets and a floor shifter. Sound system is a Sony deck with Pioneer speakers filling the inside and a Punch 250 bridged to 500 watts in the trunk driving 2 15 inch subs." CLICK->
Black 1971 T-37 hardtop, right rear view. CLICK->
George Karahalios drew this cool 455HO logo from his 1971 Judge air cleaner. CLICK->
George Karahalios sends in this cool graphic. It is the artwork for a GTO hood tach. It shows the redline at 5,000 RPM. Resize, print, trim, laminate and you have a quick fix for a faded hood tach. CLICK->
Ronald Hamm Jr. sent in this picture of a green 1971 GTO convertible. CLICK->
Gold 1971 GTO hardtop sent in by HI-Tech Software. In 2003, Hi-Tech Software (www.htsoftware.com) came out with a GTO Anthology CD-ROM. It's a photographic encyclopedia of the legendary Pontiac GTO 'muscle' car that contains hundreds of photos, graphics, videos, TV Commercials, nearly a hundred magazine ads and much more. UltimateGTO.com has no affiliation with that company. But it sounds like a neat product! CLICK->
Gold 1971 GTO hardtop, right rear view. This GTO has the Judge stripes and rear deck lid spoiler. CLICK->
Gold 1971 GTO hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
Take a look at this 1971 LeMans wagon with the GTO nose. The picture was taken by Stephan Wright at the 2002 Pontiac Uprising in Ark City, Kansas. CLICK->
Red 1971 LeMans wagon with a GTO nose, right front view. CLICK->
Red 1971 LeMans wagon with a GTO nose, right rear view. CLICK->
Here's that red 1971 LeMans wagon doing a burnout at the 2002 Pontiac Uprising in Ark City, Kansas. CLICK->
Red 1971 LeMans wagon sitting next to a yellow 1970 GTO.