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Adriatic Blue 1971 LeMans hardtop, left rear view. Awesome paint job. CLICK->
The engine looks really nice. CLICK->
Check out the interior. Norm says he didn't have to do anything to it. CLICK->
Orange 1971 T-37 hardtop owned by Mike from New York. Mike tells us more, "I bought this car in 2004. It is customized. The motor is 358 CID / 480 HP crate motor. That is a motor that I bought. It is not the one that I had when I bought it. The color is City Machine. But I just might change the color. Well, in my town this car turns heads! I picked up my daughter from school once and she was very embarrassed. She was hiding her head saying 'GO GO.' I didn't understand why she was so embarrassed. Well that was a couple years ago. Now she likes the car. I keep telling her I'm going to sell it and she says 'NO YOU'RE NOT! We love this car, and we hope you do too!'" CLICK->
Orange 1971 T-37 hardtop, left rear view. It has a spoiler similar to a 1969 Judge spoiler. CLICK->
Here is a close-up of the T-37 emblem on the front fender. CLICK->
It has a wooden steering wheel. CLICK->
Quezal Gold 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Dave from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Is the car awesome or what? It has the a blacked out grille, black hood scoop inserts, and black rear decklid spoiler. CLICK->
Quezal Gold 1971 GTO hardtop, right front view. CLICK->
Dave's GTO has a black interior and wide Rally II wheels. CLICK->
Quezal Gold was one of two gold paints offered in 1971 on the GTO. The other was a darker shade called Aztec Gold CLICK->
The interior is spotless. It has the small Formula steering wheel, which was an option which could be selected if you had power steering. CLICK->
Aztek Gold 1971 Judge hardtop owned by Terry Sears from Missouri. It has a saddle interior and black vinyl top. Terry tells us, "I've been looking for a white 71 Judge for years and finally gave up and bought this last December 2008. It is all numbers matching car with 31 options! It has A/C, Auto and too many options to list. Will probably sell it if I find the right 71 white Judge." CLICK->
Terry has owned many GTOs. Click here to see some of them with the help of our Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with owner=Terry Sears. CLICK->
Cameo White 1971 Judge hardtop owned by BJ Benton from Suwanee, Georgia. BJ tells us, "I bought this numbers matching 71 455 H.O. M-22 'Rock Crusher' 4-speed with AC, AM/FM, 8-Track, PS, PB and a bunch of other options from a collector in Chicago. The car was an original Texas car, then spent a bunch of time in California before going back to Texas into a
collection. From there it was sold to a collector in the Philly area, then to a collector in Chicago and finally to me in Atlanta. This car is an absolute blast to drive. The torque of the 455 H.O. combined with the characteristic whine of the M-22 and the 3.31 posi rear really give the driver a sense of pure power and torque that these cars were famous for. I drove the car from Atlanta to Dayton, Ohio for the 2009 GTOAA/POCI convention and it never missed a beat. I charged the AC system with real R-12 and was getting 41 degree air out of the center vent! The car always draws a lot of thumbs-up and many comments at shows. It is a factory Ram Air optioned car and wears most of its original paint and its original interior." PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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