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1971 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 33 of 58.
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CLICK-> Burgundy 71 GTO 3.4 star rating3.4 star rating3.4 star rating3.4 star rating3.4 star rating Burgundy Louisiana 1971 GTO hardtop, rear end view.

CLICK-> Blue 1971 GTO Convertible 3.8 star rating3.8 star rating3.8 star rating3.8 star rating3.8 star rating Blue 1971 GTO convertible as seen at the summer 2005 POCI LI NY show.
CLICK-> Blue 1971 GTO Convertible Has viewer comments3.6 star rating3.6 star rating3.6 star rating3.6 star rating3.6 star rating Blue 1971 GTO convertible, right side view. The show was at the Buick Pontiac GMC dealership in Port Jefferson, New York.

CLICK-> Vintage shot of a 1971 T-37 2.9 star rating2.9 star rating2.9 star rating2.9 star rating2.9 star rating This is a vintage picture of Jack Peter's Nordic Silver 1971 T-37. This picture was taken in 1971 at a drag race facility in Fremont, California. Jack tells us more, "I ordered and bought car new in Alaska. I picked up in Washington and drove it home. I sold in 1972 or 1973. I bought back in 1985. It is currently in restoration. Factory options are vinyl interior, carpets, dual exhaust, limited slip diff, Rally gauges w/clock, heavy duty springs/shocks, AM radio, M-22 4-speed transmission, and a 455HO engine. The factory did not put 455HO call-outs on the body. They should have been up by the front marker lights. Only 11 of these post cars with the 455HO were made. Four are known to exist."
CLICK-> Vintage shot of a 1971 T-37 Another old shot of Jack's Nordic Silver 1971 T-37 sport coupe.
CLICK-> Vintage shot of a 1971 T-37 This must be Jack with his Nordic Silver 1971 T-37 sport coupe back in 1971.
CLICK-> T-37 Currently Has viewer comments Here is what Jack's 1971 T-37 looks like currently. It's black with a big stripe down the side.
CLICK-> T-37 Currently Rear end view of Jack's 1971 T-37 Sport Coupe.
CLICK-> T-37 Currently Let's take a peek inside.
CLICK-> Missing Engine. Engine is out of the car right now.

CLICK-> Three GTOs Has viewer comments4 star rating4 star rating4 star rating4 star rating4 star rating That's Steve Bell's silver 1971 GTO on the far right. In the middle is Pete Stack's Orbit Orange 1970 Judge. On the left is Kerry Doyle's 1967 GTO.
CLICK-> Three GTOs 4.1 star rating4.1 star rating4.1 star rating4.1 star rating4.1 star rating Another shot of the three Canadian GTOs. Pete Stack (owner of the Orbit Orange 1970 Judge) explains, "This is a shot of our Goats at a Chevron station in Vernon on our way to the first car show for the Kelowna Pontiac Club in June 2005. 'Feel the Heat' was the caption for the show. It rained all the way there. For the whole day! And all the way home. But it was a fantastic day."

CLICK-> Blue 1971 T-37 3.3 star rating3.3 star rating3.3 star rating3.3 star rating3.3 star rating Blue 1971 T-37 hardtop with a black vinyl top and black interior.
CLICK-> Blue 1971 T-37 T-37s have these emblems on the front fenders.
CLICK-> 1971 T-37 Interior Blue 1973 T-37 hardtop, interior view. This one has a bench seat, air conditioning, and an after market tach stuck in the right-most instrument pod.
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