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1974 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 28 of 29.
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CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is a black 1974 GTO owned by Mark Webb from Salisbury, North Carolina. This was our Picture Of The Week for 3/4/07. I did a stained glass effect on it! Pretty cool, eh? You'll notice that I did not obscure the "GTO" logo or the Pontiac arrowhead on the nose. I wanted those to stand out.
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is a version of Mark's Black 1974 GTO without the stained-glass effect. Hey that shaker hood scoop is built into the hood!
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Black 1974 GTO, right side view. This one has a set of pin stripes painted on it.
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Looking up the right side of Mark's 1974 GTO. The pinstripes are red over white.
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] A close-up of the hood tach and unique built-in shaker hood scoop.
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] A peek under the hood. Whole the owner did not supply any information about this engine setup, we can take a look and learn a little. Up top appears to be a Holley carb. There are also some performance parts by K&N, Moroso, Accel, and MSD. Look over to the right at the little gold-colored cylinder on the inner wheelhouse. That is a front brake line locker, good for doing quick launches or lengthy burnouts.
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] A couple of mods in here. I see additional gauges on the far left, a shift light on the column, and a wood steering wheel.

CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Red 1974 GTO owned by Les. He just finished a restoration. This is our Picture Of The Week for 9/23/07. Les tells us about his car, "We did a rotisserie frame off restoration of my 74 GTO. We started in the beginning of May '07 and by the beginning of September, I took it on a 500 mile road trip. The car is PHS documented 4 speed car. I have bill history and names of all previous owners. It was sold new in Yorkton, Saskatchewan at Eftoda Pontiac (which is no longer in business). I am the fifth owner. I bought the car in Snow Lake, Manitoba, two years ago, which is 450 miles north of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The restoration was done evenings and weekends and full time on my holidays by myself and my friend who did the grunt work (sandblasting, etc.). I replaced the original motor and trans. (which stays with the car) with a completely rebuilt '73 - 455 HO motor and brand new supercase Muncie M22 W trans. The entire front suspension other than the center link was replaced brand new. New 2 1/2" exhaust with Hooker headers and Dynomax mufflers, original 3.08 posi rearend, front buckets and headliner redone, and the list goes on and on. Paint is Spieshecker base/clear high solids, Buccaneer Red. At least a thousand hours labor and both of our wives starting to use our names as curse words. Car is not finished yet, you know that fine detailing that needs to be done and never seems to end. Absolutely enjoyed restoring this GTO especially this year being my favorite of all GTO's."

CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] White 1974 GTO custom coupe owned by Bill Dunne from San Marcos, California. This was our Picture Of The Week for 4-13-08. Bill adds, "This resto took FOREVER! I told my wife I would only use commission checks for this, which were few and far between over the last three years. But, it is finished, finally - pretty much a concourse resto, why? - Who the heck knows!"
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Close-up of the front end of Bill's White 1974 GTO custom coupe.
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is a Custom coupe.
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] The interor is red. Bright red!
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Look at that interior! Very nice. Looks like it just came off the factory floor.
CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] The door panel is perfect. This one has the remote driver's side mirror option.

CLICK-> 1974 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Vintage picture of Diz Dean and his new Gulfmist Aqua 1974 GTO. This was our Picture Of The Week for 11/23/08. Diz explains, "This was my first new car. I ordered it from Wilt Pontiac in Warren, Ohio. The first year I blew the tranny. The second year I blew the engine. The third year I put in a 428 with trips and raced it. It was then put away for 13 years. In 1989 I started restoring it and the rest is history! It has won popular vote at the GTOAA Nats 3 out of 4 times, it was on the Snap-On Tools 2000 calendar, on two muscle car videos, on the cover of two Pontiac magazines, and has won many trophies. It will turn 50,000 miles this summer. I will be passing it on to one of my sons some day."
After seeing his car on the website, Dean added, "I really appreciate you picking my car for Picture of the Week, but did you have to use this goofy old picture of me?! This was taken at Meander Dragstrip in 1977. It was a small airport so we had to stop racing when the planes took off and landed! Then the car had a 428 with tri-power. Ran 14.50 (every pass) with a sick #1 cylinder."
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