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Left front view of Nick's Wilderness Green 1972 LeMans convertible. It is dressed up like a GTO. CLICK->
This 1972 GTO hardtop is a 455 H.O. car from Eddie Hebert. CLICK->
1972 GTO hardtop side view is a 455 H.O. car. CLICK->
Here's the 455 H.O. engine for Eddie's white 1972 GTO hardtop. There is a second engine in the background. CLICK->
1972 LeMans GT was less costly than a GTO. This is a small image, but one of the few GT pictures on this site. CLICK->
This is a 1972 Luxury LeMans that firstname.lastname@example.org bought for $500 after it sat in a field for a year. See the evil glow-in-the-dark skull on the dashboard? That was Pontiac factory option code #666. CLICK->
Ted may have a 1972 GTO here. Some people think this car might not be a true GTO due to it having a 350 engine. Ted says he thinks it is the car's original engine because the VIN numbers match. But this car was set up with a 2 barrel carb, and a 3 speed transmission on the column. The car has "For Sale" signs in it. CLICK->
1972 LeMans Sport convertible 455 H.O. in primer. It looks like the GTO nose was just added. At this time it was owned by Mike Kolthoff who lived in southern Ontario, Canada. It is now owned by Bill Nicholson from St. Clair Shores, Michigan. CLICK->
1972 LeMans Sport convertible 455 H.O. engine. This car has Mickey Thompson valve covers. CLICK->
Mike (the previous owner) painted the 1972 LeMans Sport convertible in a 1970 bright yellow. The license plate says, IMTOPLES. CLICK->
Another view of this yellow 1972 LeMans Sport convertible. CLICK->
Here's a shot of the yellow 1972 LeMans sport convertible at Bill's house. Bill says the car was 90% done when he got it. He finished it up and added a nice set of Honeycomb wheels. CLICK->
Yellow 1972 LeMans Sport with the top UP and the top DOWN. Looks like Bill added stripes too. CLICK->
Yellow 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, left front view. CLICK->
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