by Sean Mattingly.
1972 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Front end view of Ray's 1972 GTO hardtop. You can see how Pontiac put the hood scoops near the front of the hood instead of locating them in the middle of the hood.
CLICK-> Looks like Ray could use some new seat covers and a new carpet. Otherwise, it doesn't look to bad after sitting for 14 years.
CLICK-> Pontiac didn't make any convertible GTOs in 1972. They would not let you select the GTO option on the LeMans Sport convertible in 1972, but you could select the $41 GTO nose job! There were 163 of these created. For the $41 you got the GTO endura bumper, hood, and front fenders! The GTO was an option on the LeMans Sport in 1972. You cannot tell a LeMans Sport from a GTO optioned LeMans sport from the VIN. So this IS about the closest thing to a 1972 GTO convertible you could get. Steve Robbins from Oakville, Ontario, Canada has owned this beauty since 1974. It was originally purchased from the Toronto showroom of Roy Foss Motors for $3663.00. It was built on May 23, 1972, and was sold in August of same year.
CLICK-> Side view of Steve's 1972 GTO optioned LeMans Sport convertible. Steve says that he just recently put it on the road after storing it for over a decade in his garage.
CLICK-> Beige 1972 GTO optioned 1972 LeMans Sport convertible. Steve says that this car scored 79 out of 100 points judged by Legendary Motors of Milton Ontario. The engine is a 350ci with an added Holley 750 and a Edelbrock manifold.
CLICK-> Here is the interior of Steve's GTO optioned 1972 LeMans Sport convertible.
CLICK-> White 1972 Judge junker with a black interior, VIN 2D37N2P127359, found for sale on the internet. It is marked as a 1972 Judge, but it's not. They didn't make Judges in 1972.
CLICK-> Left rear view of this white 1972 LeMans "Judge" junker.
CLICK-> Interior is missing a few items on this 1972 LeMans "Judge". You can see the manual choke hanging out next to the steering column. It looks like the seats are made of duct tape.
CLICK-> Red 1972 LeMans convertible owned by Peter Karlsson from Sweden. He owned this car twice! The first time was from 1981-1983 and again in October of 2000. This picture was taken just before going for some body work and a paint job. This LeMans has the GTO front end too.
CLICK-> Another view of Peter's 1972 LeMans convertible before paint.
CLICK-> Here's a shot of Peter's 1972 LeMans convertible in the Swedish body shop. See the blue and yellow flag on the lift?
CLICK-> It's out of the body shop. It's now a Cameo White 1972 LeMans convertible with a GTO nose.
CLICK-> Red 1972 GTO hardtop owned by CB McAlphin from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It wears a set of Cragar wheels and a rear deck lid spoiler.
CLICK-> Shiny red 1972 GTO hardtop owned by CB McAlphin.
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