by Sean Mattingly.
1971 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Cameo White 1971 Judge hardtop, left front view. It wears a set of Rally II wheels in this shot.
CLICK-> Cameo White 1971 Judge hardtop, right rear view. It has 455 HO decals on the ends of the rear decklid spoiler
CLICK-> Here is BJ cruising down the highway. He's following a 68 GTO.
CLICK-> The interior is Jade green in color.
CLICK-> Castillian Bronze 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Kevin Kraft from Cooperstown, New York. Kevin tells us, "I've owned this GTO about two years. It is Castillian Bronze with a Cream colored vinyl top. It has the numbers correct engine (400 ci) with the Turbo 400 transmission. It has power steering and Factory AC, but no power brakes. I have a lot of original documentation on this car - original sales receipt, owners' manuals, color chips, warranty paperwork, and dealer invoice. I recently has the interior redone with a 2-tone theme. The original dark brown was too hard to handle. It has a killer stereo too. Biggest and most fun is the fact that I added the Driver Controlled Exhaust [Vacuum Actuated Exhaust - VOE]from Waldron's Exhaust. It is an exact replica of the rare Humbler Exhaust option Pontiac offered for only three months in late 1970. The vacuumed operated lever (knob) on the dash controls the baffels in the mufflers, so when I am feeling more obnoxious, I pull that lever and the exhaust opens up and it gets louder. I love. My neighbors, well, they ain't so happy." Kevin owns many GTOs. Check them out with the help of the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with owner=Kevin Kraft.
CLICK-> Castillian Bronze 1971 GTO hardtop, front end view.
CLICK-> It has AC and manual brakes.
CLICK-> Kevin added the two-tone interior.
CLICK-> Ken Vunck owns this white 1971 LeMans convertible. Ken had this to share, "I bought this car in 92 and thought it had a GTO nose bolted on. I found out later it was a Endura optioned LeMans Sport convertible. It was factory ordered with 455ci 4-bbl, turbo 400, 3.31 gears, PS, PB, and no A/C. It is a FUN car to drive and gets lots of looks. It placed 3rd in 1996 Pontiac Nationals. Interesting that only 30 LeMans Sports with 455 (L75) were optioned with the Endura (T-41) across all body styles. I have been unable to find out how many were convertibles, so it is quite rare."
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Bryan Port from Fairbanks, Alaska. Bryan tells us more, "I bought this car in the fall of 2009 in Fairbanks, Alaska. Story goes that an Airforce Serviceman brought it to Eielson AFB Alaska and later sold it to the local people I bought it from. Since buying the car, I have corrected the non-stock additions made to the car over the years and added a few subtle suspension upgrades. I am planning to keep making it better over time. The car is all original with 99,000 miles. It is a great running car and drives just the way GM intended it to."
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1971 GTO hardtop, front end view.
CLICK-> Lucerne Blue 1971 LeMans convertible owned by Tim Mays from Channing, Michigan. This would be my favorite car at this car show.
CLICK-> NEW POST Laurentian Green 1971 Judge convertible owned by Mike Green from Thousand Oaks, California. It's a numbers matchig car. Mike purchased it in 1987. The previous owner had the car completely taken apart. It's built exactly like the build sheet.
CLICK-> NEW POST Laurentian Green 1971 Judge convertible, right front view.
CLICK-> NEW POST Laurentian Green 1971 Judge convertible with a Cheerleader.
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