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CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Red 1972 GTO hardtop, another shot of Bill's car from the front.

CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Revere Silver 1972 GTO hardtop was Picture Of The Week for 10/22/00 from John Chung. This one has a black vinyl top and Rally II wheels. John tells us, "The interior is Black morrokide vinyl with a front bench seat. The car also originally came with hubcaps, which were later replaced with Rally II wheels. Since my grandfather originally bought the car, it was equipped the way an "old man" would have his car. With that theme, that is why I have white wall tires on the car."

CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] This Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop was Picture Of The Week for 12/3/00. It's owned by John and Marn Lawton from Hamilton Ontario Canada.
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is John and Marn at the 2004 GTOAA Convention in Pontiac, Michigan with their Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop, engine view. Nice and clean!
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop, interior shot image. That is the optional Formula steering wheel.
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop taken at a GTO Club of Ontario picnic in July 3, 2001.
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop, another engine view.
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] John's Cardinal Red 1972 GTO at the Performance World Car Show at the International Trade Center in Toronto, March of 2002. He won his class, 70-72 performance street stock. You can see the two '65 GTOs from the same corral in the 1965 Lot and the Judge in the 1969 Judge Lot.
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another shot of John's Cardinal Red 1972 GTO at the Performance World Car Show at the International Trade Center in Toronto, March of 2002.
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] A recent addition is the Ram Air system. John says that it makes a difference. The air cleaner has two snorkels that connect to the flex tubes under the hood. This allows the engine to breathe from the two large hood scoops at the front of the hood.
CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Cardinal Red 1972 GTO hardtop, another engine view.

CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Yellow 1972 GTO hardtop drawing by Dave Jeffries. We've got his drawings for each of the 11 GTO years! This was our Picture Of The Week for 4/22/01.

CLICK-> 1972 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Lucerne Blue 1972 GTO hardtop 455 HO 4-speed owned by Pat and Sandra Brown. This was our Picture Of The Week for 6/10/01. Pat commented on the stripes, "That stripe as listed on my build sheet says: Stripes-Vnyl, with a suggested retail price of $31.60, code 614. That $31.60 is a far cry of the $300.00 they go for now in the repro sites. My car was optioned with that stripe. I have asked John Sawruk about the stripe and he thinks very few actually got the stripe. I have found in a magazine back in the 80's that states something like 130 some odd cars actually got the striping option of the 5,673 GTOs built in '72." They also have a Cardinal Red 1972 GTO convertible clone. Click here to see pictures of both their cars.

In 2010, Pat wrote in to say the car was for sale: "This is 1 of 310 455 HO 4spd '72 GTO's built. Car is older restoration, completed in 1996. This is when I purchased the car. Still shows great, and has been my show driver. It is a great cruiser. Here are the Factory Options List as seen on PHS: GTO Safe-T-track - 3.55 AM/FM Stereo Wheels- Rally II Power Disc brakes Stripes - Vinyl, Unitized Ignition, Gauge- Tachometer 4spd HD Transmission - M22 'Rock Crusher', G70X14 WL FG, Steering Wheel - Formula, Power Steering - Variable ratio Air Inlet - HD Springs & Shocks - Firm, Custom Trim. Someone checked off a great order list. Very close to that of the WW5 option list. Only items missing on this car from the WW5 list is the Body color (Bullet) mirrors and the Heavy Duty Y99 handling package. Car has approximately 105K miles on the body and 5K on the engine. Engine is original with the exception of the block and distributor. Has original carb installed. A rebuilt 455 short block was installed in 2006. Original heads (7F6) were freshened at that time. Block in the car is a correctly dated '72 455 block. I will include build up info with the sale. Also installed at that time was a new Centerforce street/strip clutch. The transmission is original to the car. I have verified the VIN stamping on the M22 case. Paint is still in great shape and shows nicely. Some minor nicks here and there, commensurate with the age of resto and driving of the car. Car originally came with Rally II's, 14" Honeycombs are on the car. NOS caps and rings were used. Correct Reproduction exhaust tips were installed when they became available about 10 years ago. I also have a recline passenger seat from a 1968, covered with '72 interior. A nice touch for your passenger on those long rides to shows. There is an aftermarket stereo installed under the dash. I hooked up the original stereo about 10 years ago for concourse Judging at the '98 Wichita GTOAA national convention. It worked then, but have since been disconnected to use the aftermarket stereo. It got a Bronze award at that time. Car runs great, zero rust underneath with only a small rust bubble coming from the lower right rear window area. $25K. Original ralley II wheels will go with the car."
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