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Blue 1971 T-37 hardtop, 350ci engine view. The air conditioning compressor is missing. This is a common sight on cars that have had engine work done. It is easy to leave off the brackets and (usually broken) compressor that get in the way of spark plug access. CLICK->
This is how F. Rock's 1971 GTO use to look like. It has a white interior and Honeycomb wheels on the front. It's probably wearing drag tires on the back. CLICK->
This is what F.Rock's 1971 GTO looks like now. I has been paitned O Hara Orange and has a black interior.
Orange 1971 GTO hardtop, left front view. Check out his street address over his garage door. CLICK->
Black 1971 Judge owned by John Mariacher from Buffalo, New York. John is the second owner. This Judge still wears its original paint. CLICK->
Gold 1971 T-37 hardtop owned by Troy Monday from Culpeper, Virginia. Troy tells us, "I just bought it a couple of months ago. The last owner did restoration. It is about 95% complete. Had original 350, changed to a 455. It has 15 inch Honeycomb wheels and looks and runs great. So far, I love this car." CLICK->
This T-37 has dual exhaust and chrome exhaust splitters. Check the pipes. This is an example of non-mandrel bent pipes. CLICK->
Gold 1971 T-37 hardtop, interior view. This one has bucket seats and a floor shifted manual transmission. CLICK->
Troy's gold 1971 T-37 hardtop has bright white seats. CLICK->
Canyon Copper 1971 GTO convertible owned by Bill Kirk from Katy, Texas. CLICK->
Black 1971 LeMans Sport owned by Rob from Houston, Texas. The GTO hood and Endura front bumper are original to the car. Rob is 17 years old. Rob tells us about his plans, "I have a 1972 Lemans Sport convertible, that I built a motor for and was already restoring. I bought this 71 (actually LeMans sport too, but making a GTO) as a parts car, believe it or not. Due to the condition of the car and the amount of body work I'll have to do on the 1972, I decided I couldn't let my motor just sit around. So I am cleaning up the 71 and dropping the motor in. Well this car will be pretty much a Saturday night special. I plan on setting up a full drag suspension, rollbars, and possibly a 150 shot. I am also going to paint both cars Anaconda Gold so when they are done I can have matching vehicles." CLICK->
Right front fender on Rob's Black 1971 LeMans Sport. CLICK->
The left front fender looks to be in pretty good condition too. CLICK->
Here is the engine that Rob is going to replace with his newly rebuilt one. CLICK->
Here is the engine that Rob built.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jack Manchester (bmf.@ns1.castlenet.com) - "There is no better compliment to a fine Goat than to have a hot babe in the picture with it. Wouldn't you like to see a red hot goat and a white hot babe burning the monitor up? So please more of the two together and keep on bringing those fabulous GTO's"