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Labor Day weekend in 1990, The 5th annual GTOAA Western Regional Meet. Bruce Niemietz drove this gold 1974 GTO hatchback to the show, but did not participate. It was not restored yet. Also in the photo are a 1969 Trans Am convertible, a 1969 part LeMans / part GTO convertible, and some kind of red pickup truck. CLICK->
1996 photo from Bruce Niemietz. Here, he holds his trophy for 1st place '73 - '74 GTO at the Rancho Jurupa, California "Pontiacs in the park" car show. CLICK->
Here is a side view of the trophy-winning GTO from Bruce Niemietz at the Rancho Jurupa, California "Pontiacs in the park" car show in 1996. CLICK->
See the "LASLOOK" license plate on the Bruce Niemietz 1974 GTO hatchback. This was at the 11th annual Wishbone Classic car show in Rancho Jurupa, California in 1995. CLICK->
Side view of the "LASLOOK" GTO from Bruce Niemietz at the 11th annual wishbone classic car show in Rancho Jurupa, California in 1995. CLICK->
Nice right front view of the 1974 GTO of Bruce Niemietz. At the 11th annual Wishbone Classic car show in Rancho Jurupa, California. CLICK->
A 1964 Catalina belonging to Rick Croft. In the background is a 1974 GTO hatchback from Bruce Niemietz. CLICK->
1995 photo of Bruce Niemietz being pulled backwards in a "free" 1974 GTO hatchback. A Toyota 4x4 pulls a Pontiac. CLICK->
Rear view of the Bruce Niemietz 1974 GTO hatchback. It originally had a 350 engine and automatic transmission. CLICK->
Bruce Niemietz has a left rear view of the GTO he got for free. This car was originally royal blue. All they had to do to get this car free was pull it out of a yard where it had sunk into the sand. Are you working on an old car's engine? Here are Sean's book recommendations...
See the interesting stripe package on this 1973 or 1974 Ventura hatchback. It was found in a junkyard in the early '90s in Adelanto, California. Photo from Carole Niemietz. CLICK->
Another closeup shot of the interesting stripes found on this junkyard Ventura. Photo from Carole Niemietz. CLICK->
Fire Coral Bronze 1974 GTO owned by Dan Roy at night. Here's some of Dan's comments, "I've been working on it for a year and a half and the only things left are installing my urethane suspension parts and getting my front seats reupholstered. I just finished restoring my Rally II's and was trying to decide if the other 74's look better with or without the trim rings." CLICK->
Here's a bunch more shots of Dan Roy's Fire Coral Bronze 1974 GTO. He decided the Rally II trim rings looked best, so he installed them. CLICK->
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