by Sean Mattingly.
1971 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> According to the rocker panel, it has a 400ci engine under the hood. Those are vintage style polyglas G70-14 tires.
CLICK-> Under the hood is a 400ci engine. It is connected to a 4-speed manual transmission.
CLICK-> Paul Sanders captures this 455HO 1971 GTO getting the jump on a 1968 Firebird at the 2007 Pure Stock Drags in Stanton, Michigan.
CLICK-> Gold 1971 LeMans wagon with Oldsmobile 442 15 inch chrome wheels.
CLICK-> The old station wagon was the mini-van of the past. Most were not this sporty looking.
CLICK-> This one has a real nice gold paint job and a roof spoiler.
CLICK-> Inside we have a big bench seat.
CLICK-> The drivetrain has some upgrades. The stock 350ci engine has been upgraded with an HEI ignition, Accel super coil, and a K&N air filter. It has dual exhausts with Dynomax performance mufflers. The chassis has been updated with tubular control arms in rear and upgraded sway bars front and rear. It has new KYB gas shocks all around plus new coil springs in rear. Power disc brakes have been added in the front.
CLICK-> Laurentian Green 1971 GTO 455HO hardtop owned by Paul Stewart from Wisconsin. This is one of only 276 455HO M-22 GTOs ever produced. Paul is the 5th owner.
CLICK-> Green building windows and a green car. Laurentian Green 1971 GTO 455HO hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> Close-up of the right rear fender. The sides of the spoiler say 455HO.
CLICK-> Close-up of the right front fender. There is also a 455HO decal on the fender behind the wheel opening.
CLICK-> Here's a shot of that 455HO engine under the hood.
CLICK-> Take a look at this real 1971 Judge hardtop sitting in a field in Iowa. It was originally painted Lucerne Blue. It probably looked better in blue with the blue interior. The car was purchased new in 1971. It was in a collision in 1973. At that point, the car was re-painted orange. The car was sold in 1975 and then wrecked again six months later. The car was then set aside and parted out.
CLICK-> Is this one you would attempt to fix? This Judge is smashed pretty well in the rear. The gas tank has been moved to the trunk.
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