Here's an interesting vintage two page magazine advertisement. It features a copper 1972 LeMans with the $41 nose job (the GTO Endura bumper). Take a closer look - you can read the text on this ad. CLICK->
1972 GTO black hardtop owned by Chris Martin from Staten Island, New York. CLICK->
1972 GTO red hardtop pictured in the vintage two page magazine advertisement. This is an option list ad. "Make it hard. Make it heavy. Make it strong. Make it wiry. Make it plush. Make it swagger. Make it nimble. We've made GTO a lot more affordable this year. By letting you pick from this long list of availables. So go ahead. Grab a pencil. Make your Grand Turisimo Omologato just the way you want it. Then make it over to your Pontiac dealer's. And turn this ad into an order." CLICK->
1972 GTO red hardtop with Honeycomb wheels featured in a vintage AC Delco spark plug magazine advertisement. CLICK->
1972 GTO Anaconda Gold hardtop owned by Mike Lindemann. CLICK->
Flamed Charcoal Metallic 1972 GTO found for sale on the internet fall of 2001. It's an automatic, VIN 2D37X2A171774, with an HO X-code 455 under the hood. CLICK->
Flamed Charcoal Metallic 1972 GTO hardtop, front end view. It has hood retainer pins. CLICK->
Flamed Charcoal Metallic 1972 GTO with a black vinyl top, left side view. CLICK->
Flamed Charcoal Metallic 1972 GTO, interior view. It's tan in color with a Formula steering wheel. The car does not have door handles (inside or out). There are yellow buttons in the front end of the center console - which you can just see. The outside buttons are located on the rear hood edge by the windsheild. You cannot see these buttons. CLICK->
Flamed Charcoal Metallic 1972 GTO, HO x-code 455 engine view. CLICK->
Ferrin Cooper now owns this 1971 GTO and made a few modifications. Ferrin tells about his car, "I got this car about 3 years ago while I was a senior in High School. I have done a lot to it since then. Like the Patriot exhaust side pipes with Hooker Super Comp headers that have been powder coated silver, a new Edelbrock Performer intake, a new Holley Street Dominator Carb, chrome dress up, and tinted windows. I am currently working on redoing interior. I'm thinking about a more modern style interior since I will never get rid of the car and want it to be as comfortable as possible. I also added new 17" Polished Aluminum wheels and a custom stereo. This car is a definite performance machine." CLICK->
Ferrin has "BEAST" written on the trunk of his 1971 GTO. CLICK->
Red 1972 LeMans Sport converitble owned by Alan Lynn from Los Angeles ,California. Here's what Alan had to say, "I've had about 15 Pontiacs since 1977. I have only 1 now. It is a 72 Lemans Sport convertible with a 455 engine in it and the GTO front end. It is 1 of only 36 convertibles built that year with that engine in it. It has a turbo 400 transmission and a 3.08 12 bolt posi rear end. Options include power steering, power disc brakes, air conditioning, electric windows, electric door locks (one of only 71 with them that year) and an AM/FM stereo radio with 8 track. I added a tilt column with a 3 spoke sport steering wheel, dual gate shifter, reclining PS seat, in dash tach, electric trunk release and the 14x8 ET rims. This car came from Weld County Garage in Greely Colorado and its been in business since 1908! Amazing for a Pontiac dealership!" CLICK->
Blue 1972 LeMans convertible which was owned by Scott Stack. It had a 350 ci (2 barrel carb), automatic top, power everything, and air conditioning. Scott says he also owned a 1968 GTO which is pictured in our 1968 Lot. Scott sold both to pay for college tuition. He wishes he now had them back. CLICK->
Right side view of Scott Stacks long lost 1972 LeMans convertible. It had a white interior and a white top.
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