by Sean Mattingly.
1971 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
1971 GTO convertible radical purple. It is seen at an indoor mall car show.|
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans Sport hardtop with lights on. This cool picture is from (Steo008@aol.com) .
CLICK-> 1971 LeMans Sport convertible red. This is a low quality image.
CLICK-> 1971 GTO convertible with wing from Paul in Montgomery, Alabama. Paul is converting this car to look like a Judge.
CLICK-> White 1971 LeMans Sport hardtop owned by Bill Bauer. He has added GT-37 hood pins to his steel hood. It's not all that stock, with the addition of a console/floor shift, black interior instead of blue, and the car used to be painted EXACTLY like the blue and white T-37 on the first page. Bill has plans to install a new 462 engine, dynoed at 630 HP, and the hopes for some low 12's at the strip. He's added rear disc brakes onto the Pontiac rear, a dual-diaphragm booster, a big-bore aluminum master from a cop car Caprice, 4 wheel disc proportioning valve, and a line lock.
CLICK-> White 1971 LeMans Sport, right rear view. This car appears to be in stock condition, except for the removal of the LeMans emblems and the "PONTIAC" emblem that is normally across the trunk lid.
CLICK-> Here's Bill racing his white 1971 LeMans Sport at Palmdale. Bill tells us more, "The 462 is in, along with a TH400 trans, Continental converter, and 3.36:1 gears, 3" exhaust. Performer RPM intake with a Brad Urban 'Stage 1' Q-Jet. Best 1/4 mile time so far has been a 12.38@ 109.27mph. That was 2 weeks after getting the car together and taking it to Pontiac Heaven Drags in Phoenix. That was last year. My home track is 2600 feet up, with air consistently in the 4500+ foot range, so I haven't been able to better it."
CLICK-> 1971 GTO Judge has 455 HO and a Kustom Kandy Apple paint job. It is from Hans Mueller (Lkj73@aol.com) in Salem, Oregon.
CLICK-> 1971 GTO sienna convertible with Honeycomb wheels on it.
CLICK-> 1971 GTO hardtop blue at a 1997 Indiana car show.
CLICK-> 1971 GTO hardtop gold. This picture was snapped in 1983 at State College, PA by Tom Tredinnick (email@example.com) .
CLICK-> 1971 GTO hardtop blue. This one has Judge stripes drawn on the photo by computer. I have seen versions of this same photo with and without the stripes.
CLICK-> 1971 GTO Judge blue. The photo has a white background. See the same license plate as the above photo, but they cut off the spoiler on this photo.
CLICK-> 1971 GTO Judge white right rear view. This car has the ketchup and mustard colored stripes and ,of course, a Judge wing.
CLICK-> 1971 GTO Judge convertible Orbit Orange right-front view at car show. And if it is a true 1971 Judge convertible, it's quite RARE - they only made 17! I wish I could see more of the engine in this photo. Here are Sean's book recommendations...
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