by Sean Mattingly.
1971 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Documentation is everything, especially for a rare car like this.
CLICK-> This is a factory poster of a brown 1971 GT-37 hardtop. The artist made the hood look as long as possible.
CLICK-> Take a look at this red 1971 T-37 hardtop.
CLICK-> Red 1971 T-37 hardtop, overhead left front view.
CLICK-> Red 1971 T-37 hardtop, left rear view. It has vintage 1971 Virginia plates on it.
CLICK-> Red 1971 T-37 hardtop, engine view.
CLICK-> Red 1971 T-37 hardtop, interior view. This one has a column shift automatic and a bench seat.
CLICK-> Red 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Richard Mitchell from Los Angeles, California. That's Jack from the 'Jack in the Box' restaurant driving. Richards tells us more, "This GTO was featured in several TV commercials for the Jack in The Box - often referred to as 'Jacks GTO' as well as several other commercials. Feature film credits include Bulletproof, Exit in Red, and Need for Speed."
CLICK-> Here is a close-up of Jack. He seems to be missing his hat. I wonder how well he can see the road! Jack-In-The-Box ad campaigns have featured Jack as the company's fictional founder, CEO and ad pitchman. According to the company's website, longtime customers will remember Jack as a clown who formerly served atop the company's family-friendly drive-thru speaker box. With his oversized, ping-pong ball-shaped head, biting wit and unfailing dedication to offering the finest fast-food experience to his guests, Jack and his commercials were an instant hit. His likeness has appeared on premiums ranging from antenna toppers to Pez dispensers. More than 21 million premiums bearing Jack's likeness have been sold since 1995.
CLICK-> This is a funny shot of Jack and his red 1971 GTO at some large estate. I wonder if this is from the 'Jack in the Box' restaurant commercial. Jack seems to be looking at the TV camera lens situated at the far left of the photo.
CLICK-> Looks like a movie set with a red 1971 GTO convertible and an old Cadillac.
CLICK-> Here is Richard's red 1971 GTO convertible on stage with some musicians. Does anyone know what band this is in the photo?
CLICK-> Blue 1971 LeMans sport convertible owned by Carl Busse from Newbury, Ohio. Carl tells us, "This is actually a 71 Lemans Sport convertible 350 auto. I decided to make it a GTO clone because you very seldom see 71 GTOs at any car shows, plus it wasn't very tricky because it came factory with the GTO front end. I have had the car for about eight years and I even took it along with me for my four years in the USAF. I enjoy going to local car shows and cruises. Future plans include a 455 or possibly '05 GTO LS2. I haven't made up my mind yet." See that white car? Is that a Plymouth arrow?
CLICK-> Blue 1971 LeMans sport convertible, right front view. Looks like a 1966 LeMans next to it.
CLICK-> Blue 1971 LeMans sport convertible, right rear view.
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