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Rear view of this green 1974 GTO. Check out the large 1970 GTO spoiler. The rear taillight panel is painted white. CLICK->
This is a shot of the ID tag on the driver's side firewall. It has a paint code of 49/49 which is Pinemist Green over Pinemist Green. CLICK->
Buccaneer Red 1974 GTO hatchback with a white interior and red, white, and blue stripes. It has the 350ci engine and floor shifted 4-speed manual transmission. CLICK->
Buccaneer Red 1974 GTO hatchback, right front view. Those big vertical chrome pieces on the bumper are optional bumper guards. CLICK->
Buccaneer Red 1974 GTO hatchback, front end view. CLICK->
It has the 350ci engine topped off with a shaker hood scoop. CLICK->
The interior is white with a console-less floor shifted 4-speed manual transmission. CLICK->
Here is a window sticker. Looks like an orignal one. Lots of options including the all important GTO option. The 1974 GTO option consisted of; 4bbl 350ci V8 engine, 3-speed manual floor shifted transmission, E70x14 black-wall fiberglass tires, sport mirrors, Rally II wheels without trim rings, dual exhaust, firm shocks, rear stabilizer bar, functional shaker hood scoop, GTO front styling, and GTO identification. The GTO option cost $398.60. Add another $200 for the upgrade from the 3-speed to a 4-speed transmission. Add $100 for power steering. Add $135 for the AM/FM radio. CLICK->
Ryan Blumenstein owns this Sunstorm Yellow 1974 GTO. Ryan tells us, I originally purchased this car about 15 years ago from the second owner who got it in 1975. I would love to restore it someday or find someone who would like one. It is a shame to let it sit and rot. CLICK->
Right side view of Ryan's Sunstorm Yellow 1974 GTO. CLICK->
Check out this 1974 GTO owned by Jimmy Fenster from Bullhead City, Arizona. Jimmy tells us, "I just bought this 74 Goat. So excited can't stand straight. It is an all original auto car. I bugged this guy for two years to sell it to me. He and his wife were in my store working a car deal for her sister last week when the Goat got mentioned by me. The wife
finally spouts off and says just sell him the car Bob, you aren't gonna go any further with it. Bob looked at me and said $6,000 and its yours Jimmy. I thought I was in heaven. If you are a car guy, you just know the feeling I had at that moment. I hugged Bob and squeezed him tight - nothin funny wierdos. Anyway, I am now paying it off and planning the build up. I also have a 2005 GTO that just makes me smile every single day I get in and start that LS2 up and hear that exhaust. Man, I am in love. I am in need of a console with gauges and a speedo cluster with the stock tach? Please any parts for a 1974 GTO please email me." CLICK->
Rear end view of Jimmy's new project. CLICK->
The interior is red and white. It has a floor shifted manual transmission. CLICK->
Jerry Daize is restoring this 1974 Ventura notchback into a GTO clone. The paint color is a Mopar 1971 Sassy Green. Jerry describes his car, "It was a 6-cylinder 2-speed automatic manual steering, manual brakes, one wheel wonder. Now it has a 462 Pontiac, Borg-Warner 4-speed, 3.73 Posi, power steering and brakes, 7 inch booster from a '60 Buick, aluminum radiator, big block heater core relocation, and 3-inch exhaust from the headers back. I pushed the rear 72 bumper in 3 inches, as well as the front which is not back from the chrome shop. The cowl hood scoop mounted from underneath which is good. There is no bondo on the hood. I welded the cowl slotted section. Interior is being worked on now. I am now looking for the right wheels." CLICK->
A right front view of Jerry's Sassy Grass 1974 GTO clone during restoration. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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