by Sean Mattingly.
1972 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Springfield Green 1972 LeMans wagon, rear end view. I wonder if those seams in the right side of the bumper is a door for gas?
CLICK-> Springfield Green 1972 LeMans wagon, interior view. This car has a bench seat and a column shift automatic.
CLICK-> Springfield Green 1972 LeMans wagon, dash view. The floor looks a bit rotten. It appears to have the factory radio.
CLICK-> Springfield Green 1972 LeMans wagon, engine view. Nice, it's got the rag-injected 350ci V8!
CLICK-> This is the VIN tag for this 1972 LeMans Wagon. Lets decode the first line. 72 is for the 1972 model year. 2 is for the manufacturer of Pontiac. 35 is for the LeMans model. 36 is for the wagon body style. Z is for the Fremont, California assembly plant. 00999 is the sequential body number. Let's decode the second line 204 is for the wagon's green interior. The A52 is an option code which I cannot find. B90 is for the chrome window frame moldings. 43 43 is for the Springfield Green paint top and bottom. You would think that if the Endura nose was a factory option it would be on this plate. But I don't see the T41 code.
CLICK-> This Maui Blue 1972 LeMans Sport hardtop is owned by Troy from "The Deadgoat Garage." Troy tells us, "This is my 1972 LeMans Sport. I obtained this LONG ago. It's had many many stories! It was my first car, and will be my last car. You will have to pry it from my cold dead hands. I bought it for $500 at 15 years old. The bus used to drive by it every day. My friend already had a 70 GTO and I wanted to be different. The LeMans has a SWEET look themselves. It was restored on a budget back in 1988. It's bored .30 over on the original 350, Offenhouser intake, 4-bbl Holley, Fireball 2 Crane cam, and a pair of sweet soundin' Hooker headers."
CLICK-> Maui Blue 1972 LeMans Sport hardtop, left side view. This one has a Judge-like spoiler on the trunk lid.
CLICK-> Maui Blue 1972 LeMans Sport hardtop, right rear view.
CLICK-> Yellow 1972 LeMans Sport convertible owned by Roi Davis from Denver, Colorado. Roi purchased it in 1972 with 1800 miles on it. As of May, 2005 he's got it for sale.
CLICK-> Yellow 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, left side view. This LeMans has a black interior and a black top.
CLICK-> Yellow 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, right side view.
CLICK-> Yellow 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, interior view. It's got bucket seats, a console, and power windows.
CLICK-> Yellow 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, engine view. Nice.
CLICK-> Aztec Gold 1972 LeMans convertible owned by Jeff Shellenberg from Medicine Hat Alberta Canada. This LeMans has the GTO front clip.
CLICK-> Aztec Gold 1972 LeMans convertible, left front view. If Pontiac built a convertible GTO in 1972, it would look like this.
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