The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site By
Sean Mattingly. There's no bigger GTO image collection anywhere!
Hill car show in Sterling Heights, Michigan
The show was held August 12, 2001. It was sponsored / hosted
by the Woodward GTO Tigers Club. This was an outdoor show held
on a very hot day at Freedom Hill park. All pictures were snapped
by Craig George from Yorktown, Indiana. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
There were quite a few GTOs at this show. Craig estimates that
there were between 250 and 300 cars there.
This deep purple 1965 GTO was for sale. Those are Rally I wheels.
A 1965 GTO convertible with wire wheelcovers. This one has a tiger
tail hanging from the trunk. Or maybe there is a whole tiger in the
A 1965 GTO convertible. This one is maroon with a hood tach
and an immaculate interior..
Here you see a whole row of 1965 GTO convertibles. There is never
a shortage of red
A show winner. Look at all the trophies next to this 1965 car.
Check out the interior in this car.
A teal colored '65 wears a grille badge. It is from the Pontiac-Oakland
Another teal '65 GTO. This one has tri-power.
A 1965 tri-power convertible with Cragars.
A pair of 1966 cars. Dan Gregory owns this Reef Turquoise convertible. It also has
a set of Hurst wheels.
Sharp black 1966 GTO.
Modified 1966 car with fat tires and a giant hole in the hood.
Sometimes, when you modify a car, the engine gets too tall to occupy the
stock engine compartment. Sometimes the hood needs cut, sometimes
the inner fenders have to be removed...just depends on how radical the
car ends up.
A 1967 car leads off this row of '66 - '67 GTOs.
This sharp aqua 1967 car is getting an engine inspection.
Check out the tiger painted on the door panel. This interior has
many custom touches.
Here is a 2nd shot showing the radical underhood treatment.
The mirrors on the ground are placed there so you can appreciate the extensive
detailing on the undercarriage.
This 1967mobile is sporting a tri-power setup. The engine compartment
is all polished up and ready for show.
A 1967 GTO in Tiger Gold can really suck in some air. Notice the
large air intake tubes routed to the air cleaner? This car also sports
a Royal Bobcat sticker on it.
1969 was a good year for the GreaT One. This one came from the Buckeye
state, where the letters G.T.O. stand for Going To Ohio.
This Nevada Judge has an interesting license plate.
A 1969 GTO with maroon paint and a colorful custom air cleaner.
This 1969 GTO convertible is Verdoro Green with a green interior.
A 1970 GTO is next one the showfield. It sports a reproduction window
sticker and authentic tiger.
A 2nd photo of Jerry Eckerle's 1970 GTO.
A 1971 GTO hardtop with Honeycomb wheels.
Photographer Craig George had
the only '74 GTO at the show. It is Admiralty Blue Metallic.
Craig says the reason he
took so many teal turquoise shots is because he recently bought a teal
turquoise '65 GTO with matching interior on eBay.
He plans a frame-off restoration on it. Every teal car
he saw was a shade or two different than the next one.
Craig is looking for a recommendation on a good engine builder near
the Yorktown or Muncie Indiana area.
If you have some interesting snapshots of cars shows, email
them to me.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Cassie Hutson (TTardiff.@Earthlink.net) - "I have loved GTO since i was a little girl and I still do and I want one so bad I have posters all over my wall and one picture of my father's old one. I really want to buy a GTO one of these days."