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Yellow 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, left rear view. CLICK->
Yellow 1972 LeMans Sport convertible, left front view. CLICK->
Bill has since added rear bumper guards and a repro Ducktail spoiler. An original Ducktail spoiler is super rare. Here are Sean's book recommendations...
Bill says that his 1972 LeMans convertible is finished. He has installed a hood tach, hood retainer pins, and a chin spoiler under the front bumper. CLICK->
1972 Lemans Safari wagon with the Endura option. John Chung (email@example.com) found this picture in the October 1971 issue of Motor Trend Magazine. CLICK->
This black 1972 GTO hardtop is owned by Wally Wersching. It has the original 400 with ps, pdb, a/c and th400 transmission. The GTO has a bench seat, black interior, vinyl top and was originally Monarch Yellow. He says that he found the original build sheet under the front seat. Wally bought it from a used car lot in 1991 and has been driving it regularly ever since. CLICK->
Yes, it is possible to buy a car long distance. This 1972 GTO belongs to Keith MacDonald. He says it is a 1972 GTO HT, 400, 4-speed, posi rear end (Safe-T-Track), '69 Crystal Turquoise paint with a black interior. Here it is pictured at Katama Bay on the Island of Martha's Vineyard with Chappaquiddick in the background. CLICK->
Left front view of Keith's 1972 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Right rear view of Keith's 1972 GTO hardtop. Real nice view! CLICK->
Here's a picture of two GTOs owned by Marcqop@aol.com CLICK->
Two 1972 GTOs!. One is blue with a white interior and features a spoiler. The other is silver with a black vinyl top and black interior. CLICK->
Red 1972 LeMans Sport convertible owned by Kurt Zimmerman from Flushing, Michigan. CLICK->
Right front view of Kurt's red 1972 LeMans Sport convertible. CLICK->
Interior view of Kurt's red 1972 LeMans Sport convertible. CLICK->
Left side view of Kurt's red 1972 LeMans Sport convertible.