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James recently put 15" Cragar S/S wheels on his 1973 LeMans. That's James in the photo with the car. CLICK->
1973 LeMans, left front view. CLICK->
1973 LeMans, front end view. CLICK->
This is how Louis's Golden Olive 1973 GTO sport coupe looked when it was for sale on the internet. Click here to see it now. It was the Picture Of The Week 9/3/06. CLICK->
Golden Olive 1973 GTO sport coupe, right left view. CLICK->
Golden Olive 1973 GTO sport coupe, front end view. CLICK->
Golden Olvie 1973 GTO sport coupe, rear end view. CLICK->
This Golden Olive 1973 GTO sport coupe has a Chamois colored interior. CLICK->
A shot of the 455ci engine under the hood. CLICK->
White 1973 LeMans has a 455 with Ram Air IV heads and a 4-speed. CLICK->
White 1973 GTO owned by Marty. It's got a 455 and has gone 11.83 @ 112 mph in the quarter mile. Marty's owned the car for 18 years and it still has the original paint. CLICK->
Black 1973 GTO that's been sitting in this location for 5 years. In 2002, it was found for sale on the internet in Fountain, Colorado. VIN 2F37T3P180169. It had the 400ci engine, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, Rally II wheels, and flat tires. CLICK->
Here's a 2002 shot of the engine in this black 1973 GTO that's been sitting for 5 years. Is there an engine under all that dirt? Looks like a 1969 GTO peeking over the fender. CLICK->
The interior is not too bad on this black 1973 GTO. The lighting was real good when this picture was taken - take a look. CLICK->
White 1973 LeMans owned by Brett Bonos. This car has a 455 Ram Air engine, 4-speed manual, and a posi rear end. Brett found a Ram Air hood in the junk yard made the parts to make it functional. Ram Air was an option in 1973, but less than 10 GTOs were optioned as such. Brett's car runs the quarter mile in 13 seconds at 123mph.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jace T Venable (fickstigure.@militarynow.com) - "I'm 25 and was born well after the GTO days but when Dazed and Confused came out I fell in love with the 1970 Judge. There's something really neat about older Detroit Muscle that will always be immortal. I'm scoping for a Goat and hope to add one to our collection."