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Another shot of Joe's Silver Green 1972 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Silver Green 1972 GTO hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
Site visitor, Alex, found this originally yellow 1972 GTO in a junk yard. Alex describes the car, "This GTO was sitting in a junk yard near Athens, Georgia for years. The owner had a price tag of $500 for a few years. The car was never sold and eventually ended up in the yard parted out. The rear quarters had "455 HO" printed on them and and I believe this is one of the 300 or so 72 455 HO GTOs. This car had the VIN taken and was rotted to pieces. It also had a bent up Ram Air hood in the weeds next to it. I hate seeing such a rare car out to pasture." CLICK->
Robert Rodriguez owns this Green 1972 LeMans hardtop. Robert tells us how he got it, "I found it under the only tree growing in Queens, New York in 1999. I drove it to Nebraska, did some work on it in my garage - paint, headers, and front fenders. It is otherwise stock. I drove back to New York and then to Fort Myers, Florida and back." CLICK->
Here's a shot of the LeMans when Robert was restoring it. CLICK->
This is what Gary Pavao's 1972 LeMans convertible looked like when he first got it in August of 2004. CLICK->
Gary started with the engine. He pulled the 350 and replaced it with a KRE
Racing built 455 with a new 400 transmission. He redid the entire interior in black, added a new top and installed all new suspension system. Gary dropped the LeMans at the body shop in November 2005. CLICK->
The color was changed to Carousel Red. See the hole in the hood for the tach? CLICK->
Shot of the other side of Gary's 1972 Lemans convertible. Check out the old car in the background. Is that a Mustang convertible up on the hoist? CLICK->
The Endura front bumper has been added along with most of the trim and lights. CLICK->
Front end view. Check out the woody in the background. CLICK->
Here is a shot of Gary's finished Carousel Red 1972 LeMans convertible. CLICK->
Carousel Red 1972 LeMans convertible, left rear view. CLICK->
Here is a gold 1972 LeMans Sport convertible with one of Santa's elves. CLICK->
Gold 1972 LeMans sport convertible, interior view. It has a 350ci engine and a 4-speed manual transmission. The aftermarket air conditioning vent replaced the stock 8-track player.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Greg Tuggle (XXtremePlayer.@AOL.COM) - "The G.T.O. is the Holy Grail of car ownership. I've never seen one except at shows, and with any luck, I'll own one before the end of the world."