1972 GTO hardtop blue #1 left front. This series of pictures is from Eric Jablonski in Idaho. That's Eric's stuffed guard dog alongside the car. Woof! CLICK->
1972 GTO hardtop blue #2 fender closeup showing the ghost flames. CLICK->
1972 GTO hardtop blue #3 interior. Looks like the door panels and seats have been recovered in velour. CLICK->
1972 GTO hardtop blue #4 right front. The car is on display at a car show. CLICK->
1972 GTO hardtop blue #5 rear with trunk lid open. CLICK->
1972 GTO hardtop blue #6 engine is balanced and blueprinted. This one has Mickey Thompson valve covers and chrome hood hinges. CLICK->
Gold 1972 GTO hardtop owned by Nick. It kinda looks like the car has side stripes of some sort. It has honeycomb wheels, a spoiler, and side pipes. Do people put side pipes on cars anymore? CLICK->
Red 1972 LeMans Sport convertible. This belongs to Tim Bruin from Illinois. Notice how the LeMans cars had a horizontal bar running through the grilles. CLICK->
Red 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, left rear view. This car has unusual rear bumper guards. They appear to be made of rubber. CLICK->
Here's some recent pictures of Tim's red 1972 LeMans Sport convertible. Tim tells us, "What you see now, is a LeMans Sport with 400 cid, Holley 750 carb with electric choke, Ram Air III exhaust with 6x heads. A high velocity intake, electronic distributor with HEI curve kit, and dual 2.5 in. twin mandrel pipes with dual Dynomax mufflers. She also got a shift kit, 2200 stall speed torque converter and transmission cooler. I put BFG Radial T/A's 60's in the front, and 50's in the back. Added a 1.00" sway bar to the rear, and beefed up the front sway bar. Yes, she runs
great - like a real muscle car should." CLICK->
Red 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, left rear view. Nice shot! CLICK->
Red 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, right front view. CLICK->
Sunburst Orange 1972 "GTO" convertible owned by Linda Cullipher. Pontiac didn't make any GTO convertibles in 1972. This is a LeMans in disguise. CLICK->
Sunburst Orange 1972 "GTO" convertible. This is funny. Looks like the driver is some sort of little monkey with white gloves on! Click the picture and have a look. CLICK->
1972 GTO hardtop silver right front with honeycombs. This one is owned by Mark Aanonsen. This car has a vinyl top.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jack Manchester (bmf.@ns1.castlenet.com) - "There is no better compliment to a fine Goat than to have a hot babe in the picture with it. Wouldn't you like to see a red hot goat and a white hot babe burning the monitor up? So please more of the two together and keep on bringing those fabulous GTO's"