... PICTURE SET CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE CLICK->NEW POST Both of Reggie's Red GTOs. Here are more photos of his 1965 GTO. CLICK->
This is a 1974 GTO coupe that used to be Denver Gold. It was advertised with a 455ci engine and an automatic transmission. It's 95% complete and is 75% original. It was for sale on a website called http://liensaleauction.com To see if it is still there, use their search box and type "GTO" in there.
Mike Buzard found this 1974 GTO in in Emmett, Idaho. It has a Curry 9" with 4:10 locker and Dynaflow 3-inch exhaust. Mike adds, "It has a nice new set of Rally IIs that are 15x8s. This will go well with my collection that includes a 64 GTO, 64 Tempest, 69 GTO, and a 04 GTO."See some of Mike's other cars with the help of the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with owner=Mike Buzard. CLICK->
Another shot of Mike's new project car. CLICK->
Buccaneer Red 1974 GTO owned by Jim Fautsch from Avon, Minnesota. Jim tells us, "We saved the 74 from death. We got it eight years ago and did a two year restoration on it. The car is all stock. Its the GTO that nobody liked (mabye a few of us)." CLICK->
Left side of Jim's Buccaneer Red 1974 GTO. CLICK->
Yellow 1974 GTO owned by Moe Al-Sharif from Youngstown, Ohio. Moe had this story to share, "I bought this car [in Mid 2010] from a doctor who'd bought it for his teenage kids to drive. They'd amassed around $1,000 in speeding tickets so he figured it'd be cheaper to just sell the car for a loss. It's got a built up Chevy 400 motor with a Borg Warner T10 4-speed transmission (not sure of years). The paint is actually in good shape, save for a few chips and the fact it's almost certainly that enamel duplicolor stuff you get at the auto parts chain store. The front seats are from a Buick Skyhawk (HAHAHA). The floor pans need patched/replaced and my rear bumper sags but that's the only bad part of the frame. I plan on restoring the car as close to possible to original over the winter (I'm enjoying driving it right now), except maybe the motor because, well, I'm young (22) and I live in an area where 'car guys' my age prefer turbo charged Japanese cars with plastic stuff and flashy lights bolted on. But I always tell them, 'There's no replacement for displacement!' The only other '74 I know of around here is Diz Dean's which is currently rated #1 on your pictures page! He's a heck of a nice guy too. Notice the pink and purple GTO tags!" CLICK->
Yellow 1974 GTO notchback, left rear view. CLICK->
The GTO decals are purple, white and pink. Faded? CLICK->
The engine is a Chevy 400. CLICK->
Another shot of the engine. CLICK->NEW POST Black 1974 GTO owned by Tim from Indianapolis, Indiana. It is numbers matching. It has an automatic transmission and only 45,000 original miles.
CLICK->NEW POST Pinemist Green 1974 GTO owned by Dennis from Kane, Pennsylvania. CLICK->NEW POST Pinemist Green 1974 GTO, right front view. CLICK->NEW POST The Rally II wheels are painted body color.