by Sean Mattingly.
1972 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Red 1972 LeMans hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> White 1972 LeMans owned by John Pagliuca. He purchased it in 2001 from the original owner with 62K miles on the clock.
CLICK-> White 1972 LeMans hardtop, right rear view.
CLICK-> Red 1972 LeMans convertible owned by Chris Cooper from Stillwater, Oklahoma. Chris had this story to tell, "I just bought this beauty in May of 2002 from the nicest guy I've met in quite some time. He literally gave me his bed to sleep on when I came down to pick up the car. Understandably, it was hard for him to part with this car. But he and his wife felt they needed to get a more practical first car for their daughter. Thanks to their decision, I was able to purchase the car I've dreaming of for several years. It's definitely a work in progress. The car is driveable and I've enjoyed cruising around with the top down anyday the weather's permitted. At some point the car was repainted red. But the original color was Sundance Orange. And when I get to a point that I'm ready for the paint job, I plan to take it back to the factory color. Meanwhile, I'm doing small mechanical repairs like replacing the leaking radiator and overhauling the carburetor."
CLICK-> Red 1972 LeMans convertible, left side view.
CLICK-> Red 1972 LeMans convertible, front end view. This one has the Endura front bumper, instead of the chrome one.
CLICK-> Eva from Sweden has this yellow 1972 LeMans station wagon. Eva says that a car like this is very unusual in Sweden and she finds it difficult to find parts. She's looking for tail light lenses. Can anyone help her out?
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop sitting in Elmer Falcon's driveway awaits restoration. Elmer included these comments, "I purchased the car from a girl who lived in town back in 1986. I used to see her racing around with the GTO but I could never catch her. Finally, I met up w/her one day in a local car hangout. We became friends and I told her that if she ever decided to get rid of it to let me know. Well, she ended up needing cash for her wedding and I took the car off her hands for $3,000. Not sure if that was a good price or not in '86, but it really didn't matter to me. I drove it around for a few years and it has been sitting in my yard since 1991. It needs an over haul, not just on the engine, but on the rest of the body. You really can't tell from the pictures, but the roof, trunk and quarters are shot. Surprisingly enough, the nose has stayed in good shape after all these years, which you would have thought that it would have been the first to go since the parts are so rare. Not sure exactly when I'm going to start the restoration, but at least its mine and its paid for."
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop awaiting restoration, left front fender view.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop awaiting restoration, left front fender closeup view. Looks like the removal of the side trim has removed a bit of paint.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop awaiting restoration, vinyl top view. Here you can see the damaged top.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop awaiting restoration, left rear bumper view. Looks like some lettering - "Keep Dream'n"
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop awaiting restoration, right rear bumper view. Looks like a 455 HO!
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop awaiting restoration, right rear fender view.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop awaiting restoration, interior view. Looks real nice to me.
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