... PICTURE SET CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE CLICK->
Another shot of the dash from the left side. The controls in the woodgrain insert to the left are windshield wiper, headlights, and rear window defroster. CLICK->
Shot of the dash from the right side. Five different radios were available on the 1973 GTO: an AM radio, an AM radio with 8-track player, an AM/FM radio, a stereo AM/FM radio, and a stereo AM/FM radio with 8-track player. This one appears to be the stereo AM/FM radio. CLICK->
And one final shot of the entire dash. This one is in great shape. CLICK->
This is John Foland's Ascot Silver 1973 GTO Sport Coupe. It is our Picture of The Week for 6-10-07. We have more pictures of John's Goat back on the 1973 parking lot pages. Click here to see them with the help of our Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with year=1973, model=GTO, and owner=John Foland. CLICK->
This is Juan Asano Jr's vision of what the 1973 Judge option might look like if Pontiac had the option for the 1973 GTO. This was our Picture Of The Week for 9/9/07. This concept has it all: Carousel Red paint, Judge colored stripes, a rear deck lid spoiler, hood tach, and even a shaker hood scoop on top of an SD455 engine. It reminds me of the orange Can Am that I used to see in Gas City Indiana. Little did I know at the time it was like 1-of-16 made in orange. It was a rare car. CLICK->
Mike Connor owns this blue 1973 GTO Sport Coupe. He is the third owner. This was our Picture Of The Week for 10-21-07. It is numbers matching, has 44,000 miles, and has a 4-speed manual transmission. CLICK->
Blue 1973 GTO Sport Coupe, right front view. CLICK->
Blue 1973 GTO Sport Coupe, right rear view. CLICK->
Under the hood is a 400ci engine (according to the fender decals). CLICK->
This one has a 4-speed manual transmission. CLICK->
Endangered species! Juan Asano Jr. shares his vision of the rare 1973 GTO tiger. This is our Picture Of The Week for 3/2/08. This layout would make a great-looking t-shirt. CLICK->
Take a look at this 1973 LeMans Sport Coupe with 21K original miles owned by Jim Ryan from Bradford, Massachusetts. It was our Picture Of The Week for 6/7/09. Jim tells us more, "I found this car in some one's driveway while driving through Boxford, Massachusetts. I could not see a 'for sale' sign and it was raining buckets. Something made me turn and go back. There was a 'for sale' sign on the floor! It was from an estate sale and the car got hung up in probate for nine years. It still has the 1989 Seneca, New York inspection sticker. It belonged to the seller's godmother who had bought it brand new and had died in her seventies. She had the rust addressed and painted once. They didn't put the wheel well chrome back on. I had the paint hand rubbed, changed the gas tank, brakes, lines and master cylinder, and flushed the transmission. It had the original Nylon Ply tires. I put some taller tires on some Cragers and installed some air shocks in the back. It has factory AC, not a broken stitch in the seats and the original Pontiac floor mats were on the floor. I haven't changed much else, even left the St Christopher and St Jude statues on the dash. I would like to get the wheel well trim back on and I think the plastic horizontal body moulding is after market. What do you think." CLICK->
Burgundy 1973 LeMans Sport Couipe, right front view. CLICK->
The Sport Coupe body styles have the louvered rear quarter windows. CLICK->
The interior is white leather. It has a bench seat.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Todd Lloyd (lentoddlloyd.@earthlink.net) - "Mattingly, apparently Pontiac blood must flow thru your veins which automatically qualifies you as on right-on dude. Well done."