by Sean Mattingly.
1972 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> It rides on a set of Rally II wheels with red center caps.
CLICK-> Nice and clean looking interior.
CLICK-> Here is a close-up of the dash.
CLICK-> Anaconda Gold 1972 LeMans Sport convertible owned by Don Rutherford From Binghamton, New York. Don tells us more, "I bought this car in 1985. We had it painted maroon in 1987. In 1990 it was involved in a minor accident. When I had the damage repaired, I decided to have it returned to its original color and replace quarter panels and fenders that were rusty. It did not get finished and back on the road until 2000. It's no show car, but I have two young girls that love to cruise with the top down!"
CLICK-> 1972 LeMans convertible painted in a shade of green called Veridian Pearl. It's owned by Jim from Pennsylvania. It has the GTO Endura nose, hood, and front fenders. Nice!
CLICK-> Right side of Jim's 1972 LeMans convertible.
CLICK-> The interior looks great!
CLICK-> Here's a shot during the restoration process.
CLICK-> Dean just had his 1972 LeMans painted Championship White. Dean adds, "I will be detailing it this Fall with rear spoiler, new chrome, and converting it from automatic to a 4-speed. I am undecided about stripes. Perhaps 71 Judge stripes (minus the Judge decals) or maybe a GT stripe. What do you think? It has a 75 Pontiac 400 with high compression big valve heads (#48) borrowed from a 69 GTO. It runs great and I am looking forward to cruising it in summer 2011."
CLICK-> Rear view of Dean's project.
CLICK-> Gold 1972 LeMans hardtop owned by Adam Bush from Iowa. Adam says, "I've had this car for almost ten years and have left it pretty much the way it is. Had 57,000 miles when I got it. It now has 78,000."
CLICK-> Gold 1972 LeMans hardtop, right front view.
CLICK-> Gold 1972 LeMans hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> Let's peek under the hood.
CLICK-> Red 1972 GTO hardtop was Picture Of The Week for 3/26/00 from Bill.
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