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Cameo White 1971 LeMans Sport convertible, engine view. That's a 400ci engine! How much does gasoline cost for this car in Sweden? $5.80 a gallon for regular gas as of April, 2005. And don't try to pay for your gas in Euros. Sweden didn't adopt the Euro as other European countries did. They use the Kronor. You'd need about 8 Kronors to equal one US dollar. CLICK->
Another shot of the 400ci engine under the hood of Johan's Cameo White 1971 LeMans Sport convertible. CLICK->
Orange 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Tero Koivusaari from Finland. Tero tells us more, "Had it about 8 years. Buy it from friend. I think it's originally from Sweden. I´ve been building it about 4 years and I got it together last summer. The car is lowered and has Weld Pro Star 15x8/10" rims with 215x65 and 275x60 tires." CLICK->
Tero's orange 1971 GTO speeding by. Hold on! CLICK->
Look at those tracks that Tero made in his orange 1971 GTO! The tire smoke is still lingering. CLICK->
Here's what's under the hood. Tero describes, "It has 4-bolt 406cid engine, ported NRO 12 RA3 heads, Edelbrock rpm intake and cam, Harland Sharp roller rockers, MSD Pro Billet distributor with 6al, CSI electric water pump, 3-inch exhaust with headers, TH-400 automatic with B&M Hole Shot 3000, and a 4.11 12-bolt rear." CLICK->
Another shot of Tero's engine. CLICK->
This is rusty 1971 GTO convertible with a bunch of extra parts inside. This picture was taken by Matt Gavigan. CLICK->
The other side of the car has a whole bunch of replaced parts. The front fender appears to be from a 1972 GTO but it has a GT-37 stripe decal on it. CLICK->
Sad looking gold 1971 GTO hardtop from Matt Gavigan. It's missing a front fender, grille, and headlight panels. CLICK->
Here is that gold 1971 GTO with even less on the front end. CLICK->
Matt Gavigan sent in this picture of a long forgotten gold 1971 GT-37 hardtop. At least the windows are closed on this one. CLICK->
This 1971 GTO does not seem to be in that bad of shape. At least it is stored in a garage. CLICK->
This 1971 GTO has some big dents in the fenders. It's dash appears to be laying out in the grass. CLICK->
More junked 1971 GTOs from Matt Gavigan. This one is white with a light vinyl top and body side moldings.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Stephan (Htrodlemans70.@aol.com) - "Your web page inspired me purchase my 70 LeMans. At 41 dragstrip it ran a 12.53 at 108 mph on street tires! Thanks again. I love that car."