by Sean Mattingly.
1971 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
Laurentian Green 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Dr. John Rainieri from Putnam Valley, New York. This one has a black interior and black vinyl top. John adds, "I recently purchased this vehicle from the family of the original owner. This is an original, unmolested, numbers matching GTO that underwent one lacquer repaint approximately 19 years ago. This is a rare, fully documented and highly optioned car with air conditioning, power front disc brakes, posi-traction, power windows, power door locks, power seat, and cruise control. In addition to mechanically and cosmetically restoring the car, it now is complete with Rally II wheels. My brother also purchased a 1970 GTO from the same original owner family as well which is currently undergoing restoration."|
CLICK-> Laurentian Green 1971 GTO, right side view.
CLICK-> Laurentian Green 1971 GTO hardtop, right rear view.
CLICK-> A nice 400ci engine under the hood. The sticker says "Keep your GM car all GM". That is an order!
CLICK-> A peek into the trunk.
CLICK-> Paul Sanders spotted this light green 1971 T-37 hardtop at the 2008 Pure Stock Muscle Car Drag Race in Stanton, Michigan. According to the rocker emblem, it has a 455ci engine under the hood. Lots of nice cars in the background too!
CLICK-> Here is a close-up of the T-37 and 455 emblems. Check out the cool tires and wheels as well.
CLICK-> Light green 1971 T-37 hardtop being loaded onto (or taken off) a trailer. Looks like an Orbit Orange 70 Judge in the trailer behind it.
CLICK-> Blue 1971 T-37 hardtop owned by Ron Tracy from Brandon, Florida. Ron adds, "I got it on eBay in 2005. I gutted drivetrain, built 400ci into a 462ci with Butler Performance stroker kit, added a 9-inch rear with 411 spool turbo 400 tranny, and Pypes 3-inch Xpipes out the back."
CLICK-> Blue 1971 T-37 hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> Here is Ron with his Blue 1971 T-37 hardtop.
CLICK-> A 9-inch rear and wide tires.
CLICK-> Here is the engine.
CLICK-> Triple Green 1971 GTO 455HO hardtop owned by Manny Bustillo from Miami, Florida. The paint is Laurentian Green, the interior is Jade Green, and even the vinyl top is green! Manny tells us more, "I purchase the Goat from the second owner. A 1971 with a 455HO - it was UN-molested all original paint, interior, and drivetrain. After a few years I decided to have it painted in the original color and applied the stripes back again. This GTO has 49 options on the build sheet. It's fully documented, with numbers matching drivetrain, and an original interior (except for the rug)."
CLICK-> Another awesome shot of Manny's Laurentian Green 1971 GTO hardtop at an airport. I bet this baby flies too!
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