Lucerne Blue 1971 GTO convertible owned by Gene South from McKinney, Texas. This was our Picture Of The Week for 8/25/02. It's got an automatic transmission, air conditioning, and a 400ci engine under the hood. CLICK->
Lucerne Blue 1971 Judge hardtop owned by Mike Wilkinson. This was our Picture of The Week for 5/11/03. This is actually the first Judge that Pontiac built for 1971, it was a show car. Mike has it documented on the build sheet. It's got a blue interior and an 4-speed manual M-22 transmission. It's been featured in recent editions of Pontiac Enthusiast Magazine and and High Performance Pontiac magazine. CLICK->
Canyon Copper 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Chad Van Tassel from Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. He's owned it since 1999. This was our Picture Of The Week for 10/19/03. This car has had a frame-on-restoration early in 2002. Options incluce honeycomb wheels, hood tach, Ram Air, and a sport steering wheel. Chad is planning on some winter projects which include new seat covers, package tray, trunk detailing, and engine components. Click here to see more pictures of Chad's car included the Johnny Lightning diecast that it inspired. CLICK->
Castillian Bronze 1971 LeMans Sport convertible owned by Sam and Tracy Walker from Lewisville, Texas. This was our Picture Of The Week for 11/2/03. Sam says he got new tires, year correct center caps and his six year old's fathers day present, Fuzzy Dice. CLICK->
Castillian Bronze 1971 LeMans Sport convertible, out feed'in the heard. CLICK->
Castillian Bronze 1971 LeMans Sport convertible, mak'in some tire smoke! CLICK->
Castillian Bronze 1971 LeMans convertible, engine view. CLICK->
Orange 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Steve and Carol. This was our Picture Of The Week for 1/11/04. They spent the last 2 years working on it. CLICK->
Sundance Orange 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Ron & Andrea Gray from Corona, California. Ron tells us, "I stumbled across this car sitting in a garage near Barstow, California two years ago. It was all dusty, forgotten, and rusting away something fierce. I've owned A 68, 69, and a 70 Judge in the past and always wanted a 71 since that's the year I graduated high school. Now I'm complete. It sports a complete restoration from the frame up, with no bolts left unturned. Restoring this car cost far more than I ever realized and along with many arguments with the wife over money. I think the final product was well worth the effort. We sure think so! I added the judge package three years ago just for a little change of scenery and because my wife enjoys the stripes at night. My wife & I
show it around the local car show circuit here in Southern California. It truly is a hoot to drive and a real head turner." CLICK->
Sundance Orange 1971 GTO hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
Sundance Orange 1971 GTO hardtop, right front view. This GTO has Rally II wheels with red center caps. Black center caps were also available on some years. CLICK->
Sundance Orange 1971 GTO hardtop, another right front view. Hood retainer pins were factory options for 1970, 1971, and 1972 GTOs. CLICK->
Sundance Orange 1971 GTO hardtop, interior view. This one has a manual transmission sporting a Hurst T handle shifter. That's an aftermarket steering wheel. CLICK->
Sundance Orange 1971 GTO hardtop, engine view. CLICK->
Plum Crazy Purple 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Danny & Lorie Carson from Florence, Alabama. This was our Picture Of The Week for 9/26/04. Danny tells this story, "My wife Lorie wanted it purple. She hated the green with green vinyl top and green interior. Everything had to be refurbished so... She picked out the paint,
interior, wheels, tires, even the spoiler. This is how she would pick the options if we were ordering a new car." PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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