Blue 1974 GTO with a bright white interior at a car show. This car came with a shaker hood scoop. The chrome wheels were added on later. CLICK->
Copper 1974 Ventura front end view from firstname.lastname@example.org . Yes, he is in Ohio. CLICK->
Copper 1974 Ventura front right view. The Ventura was not a GTO, but it was a Pontiac, based on the Chevy Nova bodystyle. CLICK->
Copper 1974 Ventura interior view. Looks like the speedometer goes up to 120 MPH. CLICK->
Copper 1974 Ventura engine view. CLICK->
1974 GTO Pro Street (1Meg) burnout VIDEO with sound. This is a neat video, especially if your computer has a sub-woofer. It's worth the look. Requires an MPEG media player CLICK->
QUICKTIME MOVIE 1974 GTO (406k) morphs into a GTO concept car! The concept car appeared at a few new auto shows. It is not likely to surface as a real production car. You'll need the quicktime media player for this one. CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO left front view, in a parade from Wade & Charlie Fasshauer. Here, it passes in front of an A&W Root Beer stand. Looks like this car has a roll bar in that interior. CLICK->
Green 1974 GTO with a green interior right front view. This car has the hood up, showing the shape of the Shaker scoop. CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO left front view, from Moby and Brandi Arsenault from Prince Edward Island, Canada. The car is wearing aftermarket aluminum wheels. CLICK->
Blue 1974 GTO right front view. This one is from Eric Lamoureux from Canada. This car has a white interior. CLICK->
Blue 1974 GTO right rear view. Notice the absence of chrome trim rings on the rims. This was standard for 74. The only other GTO to have an absence of chrome trim rings as a standard offering was the Judge. CLICK->
Blue 1974 GTO engine view. Nice picture! This one has a little extra chrome. The bigger the engine pictures, the better. CLICK->
Blue 1974 GTO interior view. Check out the console and shifter. CLICK->
Black 1974 GTO right front view. This one has spider-type wheels with fat tires.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
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