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Red 1972 GTO hardtop, another interior view. CLICK->
Antique Pewter 1972 LeMans Sport convertible owned by Bill Goronson from Wauconda, Illinois. Bill has had this car for two years. It was restored to original condition. CLICK->
Antique Pewter 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, right side view. CLICK->
Antique Pewter 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, left rear view. CLICK->
Red 1972 LeMans hardtop with a GTO front end owned by Mitchell Etter from East Quogue, New York. He purchased it for $50. Mitchell tells us, "I've had this car since 1985. Two years ago I put it back on the road for use after working on it for nearly four years. I nearly rebuilt the whole damn thing. It's in damn good shape and I don't expect it to sell cheap. Never!" CLICK->
Tracy Schaefer is restoring this 1972 GTO. Here is a shot of the rear suspension mods. CLICK->
Here is a shot of the rear suspension mods. CLICK->
Have another beer. Hoist the engine up. Roll the frame under. Lower the engine onto the frame. This is how the engine was placed into Tracy's 1972 GTO. Have more beers. CLICK->
Some welding work is being performed on the exhuast system. CLICK->
Shot of the progress on the frame on Tracy's 1972 GTO restoration project. Someone is under the frame working on the exhaust system. CLICK->
The frame is all ready for the body. CLICK->
Some shots of the completed engine in Tracy's 1972 GTO. Looks like the body is back on. CLICK->
Another shot of the engine. CLICK->
Here is a shot of Tracy's 1972 GTO hardtop fresh out of paint. The paint is called Sapphire Trance. Now for the interior. CLICK->
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Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Todd Lloyd (lentoddlloyd.@earthlink.net) - "Mattingly, apparently Pontiac blood must flow thru your veins which automatically qualifies you as on right-on dude. Well done."