by Sean Mattingly.
1971 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
Orange 1971 GTO hardtop, left rear view. The car has 17" front and 18" rear Talladega wheels from "Billet Specialties". From Joe Tollis.|
CLICK-> 1971 GTO convertible red with white top. This car was in a raffle. Tickets were selling for $150 a piece.
CLICK-> In 2001, this 1971 GTO car resurfaced. It was being auctioned off via ebay.com by the person who originally won it in the raffle. He was buying a house and said he had to sell it due to finances. This convertible has air conditioning, CD player, and power windows. The paint is Viper Red.
CLICK-> Another left front view of this Viper Red 1971 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> Blue 1971 GTO Judge hardtop, left side view. It is from Shawn Eversole.
CLICK-> Blue 1971 GTO Judge hardtop. This interior shot shows the dash and the Judge emblem from Shawn Eversole.
CLICK-> Paul Dunne from England owns this yellow 1971 GTO hardtop. His son, Adam, tells us, "This is my Dad's car that he bought in 2005. He has always wanted to own an American muscle car so was over the moon when he bought this 1971 Pontiac GTO as his first. It had been restored by the previous owner but my Dad added a few finishing touches, like the pin stripe, the lettering, and the blacked out air intake. He has also added straight-through exhausts. This summer he plans to work on the wiring, brakes, and engine."
CLICK-> Yellow 1971 GTO hardtop, right rear view. Look at the background of the last photo and this photo. I'm interested in the surroundings of England. Looks like they build their garages out of items they find laying around the countryside!
CLICK-> Yellow 1971 GTO hardtop, front end view. Those are wacky TV antennas in the air. That is an interesting front bumper guard. It needs some British flags stuck in the ends.
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans T-37 #1 "before", left front view. It's from Brian Verspagen in Fort Worth, Texas.
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans T-37 #2 before, right front.
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans T-37 #3 before, left front fender/wheel. Here, you can see what the original T-37 emblems looked like. The car originally said "PONTIAC T-37" with the engine size emblem below that. The engine size is "350".
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans T-37 #4 "after" shot in much shinier blue paint.
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans T-37 #5 after, blue right. Note that the original fender emblems that said "PONTIAC T-37" were not reinstalled.
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans T-37 #6 after, blue rear. (Yep, It's a T-37). Here are Sean's book recommendations...
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