by Sean Mattingly.
1971 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Another look at the restoration progress on this 1971 GTO hardtop. The radiator fan guard is on top of the engine.
CLICK-> Copper colored 1971 GTO hardtop spotted by a site visitor, Jeff, at the Charlotte AutoFair by site visitor. Jeff adds, "This picture was taken on Friday, Sep 17, 2004 while Hurricane Ivan was making it's presence known in the Carolinas. It was extremely windy and rainy all day long."
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans restoration project owned by Rich 'Stashman' Krupka. Rich comments, "I am the third owner of this LeMans Sport Coupe that was purchased in April of that year by a 49 year old retired Air Force Colonel. It was originally a California car until sometime in 84 when Mr. Weeks moved to Cleveland. He sold car a couple years later to the gentleman I purchased from. The car sat for years."
CLICK-> Here's Rich 'Stashman' Krupka standing in front of his 1971 LeMans restoration project.
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans hardtop project car. Here it is in primer. He plans to paint it Cardinal Red with a black vinyl top.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1971 LeMans hartop project car. Rich adds, "I've worked on it over a year and the car is my daily driver. It has 84K miles, air, power windows, original AM radio (CD hidden in Console), Hood Tach and spoiler. There is not much left to do. The headliner gave out on a windy freeway ride (was perfect)! Need to install the black vinyl top, fix small tear in the drivers seat, and it is DONE! Really sweet ride with all PHS Documentation."
CLICK-> Lucerne Blue 1971 GT-37 hardtop owned by Paul & Lynn Lesiczka from New Hampshire. It's got a 400ci engine, a 3-speed, and a bench seat. Paul comments, "In 6 months and 6 shows this car has blown our minds. It can't be beat. We love it."
CLICK-> Lucerne Blue 1971 GT-37 hardtop with reflective stripes.
CLICK-> Lucerne Blue 1971 GT-37 hardtop, left front view.
CLICK-> Paul and Lynn's Lucerne Blue 1971 GT-37 center, next to a black 1971 GTO (left), and a gold 1970 Judge (right).
CLICK-> Here we have (left to right) a gold 1970 Judge, Lucerne Blue 1971 GT-37, black 1971 GTO, and a green 1970 GTO.
CLICK-> Cameo White 1971 LeMans Sport convertible owned by Johan from Sweden. This car has the GTO Endura bumper and GTO hood. It has stock LeMans front fenders. This car has a black top, it originally had a green top. That looks like a 1966 LeMans in the background. Sweden is in northern europe, bordering the Baltic Sea. Sweden is slightly larger than California.
CLICK-> This is a 1971 LeMans Sport. See the "Sport" word. Who can identify the exact name of the font?
CLICK-> Johan's Cameo White 1971 LeMans Sport convertible has an Ivory interior. What more should you know about Sweden? You can drink at age 18 there. They have a king who serves as the chief of state: King CARL XVI GUSTAF, who happens to own a GTO. You want to see a picture of the king in his GTO? Of course we have it here in the 1966 Lots.
CLICK-> Cameo White 1971 LeMans Sport convertible, interior view. This car has a floor mounted shifter for the Turbo-Hydramatic M40 transmission. It's interesting how they have a red white and blue USA "flag" themed air freshener in the car. The Swedish flag is different. It is blue with a golden yellow cross extending to the edges of the flag; the vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side in the style of the Dannebrog (Danish flag).
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