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Red 1974 GTO, rear end view. CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO, left rear view. CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO, another view of the trunk. CLICK->
Black 1974 GTO at the Summer 2002 Ames Pontiac Nationals in Norwalk, Ohio. This was our Picture Of The Week for 1/19/03. CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO sent in by Ron Hamm Jr. This is our Picture Of The Week for 5/18/03. There were only 1036 GTOs that had a hatchback and an automatic transmission. Ron (email@example.com) is not the owner, but this car has been owned by the same person for more than 14 years. It was recently restored. Everything was either redone or replaced. The engine is a 455 Crate instead of the original 350. CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO, right side view. These pics were sent in by Ron Hamm Jr, who is not the owner of the car. CLICK->
Here's a closeup of how that hatch works on this Red 1974 GTO hatchback. CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO, left front view. CLICK->
Here's a shot of that 455 Crate engine under the hood. CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO, rear seat view. Very white! CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO, rear end view. Does that look like a Hummer in the garage? It sure looks wide enough to be a Hummer. Stay tuned. CLICK->
Red 1974 GTO, right front view. I think the body-colored side mirrors were much more attractive than the little chrome mirrors on previous years. Besides the fact that they match the car, they stayed adjusted better than the older ones. GM must have saved a ton of money with these bullet-style mirrors. They started using them across most of their brands. CLICK->
Here's how the rear seat folds flat in Ron's red 1974 GTO hatchback. If you were camping out in here, this is where you would be snoozing! CLICK->
Dealer invoice for the red 1974 GTO. Yes, it says it has the GTO Option. CLICK->
A view of the interior through the passenger's door. That is bright! And, yes, that is a Hummer in the garage.
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