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by Sean Mattingly.
2004 GTOAA International Convention coverage
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2004 GTOAA Convention.    Lot 7 of 13.
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CLICK-> 71 and 70 GT-37s [an error occurred while processing this directive] A black 1971 1/2 GT-37, a bronze 1971 T-37, and a red 1970 1/2 GT-37. The Red 1970 1/2 GT-37 is owned by Steve Bothwell. He bought it new in 1970 and has owned it ever since. You can see more pictures of Steve's red 1970 GT-37 with the help of the Advanced Picture Searcher. Pontiac had T-37s and GT-37s in both the hardtop and sport coupe body styles for both 1970 and 1971. The 37 stands for the hardtop body style which is part of the Vehicle Identification Number VIN. Pontiac had considered calling the sport coupe version the T-27 and GT-27 (27 is the sport coupe body style), but they thought it was too confusing.

CLICK-> Black 70 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This black 1970 Judge was raced at the nearby Lapeer Dragway on Saturday during the 2004 GTOAA International Convention. As you can tell from the window, it qualified at 11.75 seconds in the quarter mile.
CLICK-> Black 70 Judge [an error occurred while processing this directive] Black 1970 Judge hardtop, right rear view. Nice plates.
CLICK-> A Beswick Car! [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is Arine Beswick's Grandson's car, judging from the lettering on the spoiler of this black 1970 Judge.
CLICK-> Judge Race'in [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's that black 1970 Judge comming hard off the line at the Lapeer Dragway.

CLICK-> 1971 GTO LineUp [an error occurred while processing this directive] In the early part of the meet, Goatff71@yahoo.com captured the growing collection of Popular Vote class 1971 cars lining up at the 2004 GTOAA International Convention in Pontiac, Michigan. He must have shot this from his room in the Marriott Hotel.
CLICK-> 1971 GTO LineUp [an error occurred while processing this directive] Goatff71@yahoo.com also captured the rear end view of the 1971 cars lined up. Hoods up!
CLICK-> Wet 71s [an error occurred while processing this directive] It rained a bit during the show. Not too much, just enough to rinse off some dust. This shower was caught by Goatff71@yahoo.com. The 1968 GTO Popular Vote class was way on the far end of this street. I was parked way down there on a grassy hill.

CLICK-> Gold 71 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Aztec Gold 1971 GTO hardtop. This one has a 455ci engine under the hood. Note how the grilles on GTOs changed in each year of production.
CLICK-> Auto on the Column [an error occurred while processing this directive] Aztec Gold 1971 GTO hardtop, interior view. This is the Sandalwood interior. The column shift automatic doesn't seem to go with the 455ci engine and Rally Gauges.

CLICK-> Blue 1971 GT-37 [an error occurred while processing this directive] There was a presentation on the GT-37 at the 2004 GTOAA International Convention. There we learned that this is a 1971 1/2 GT-37. This one has the big stripes. The GT-37s built in the first half of 1971 had the 1969 Judge stripe. We also found that the Pontiac emblem was not attached to the front grille for the 1971 GT-37, even though there are holes for it.
CLICK-> Blue 1971 GT-37 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1971 1/2 GT-37, right rear view. This one does not have the optional chrome drip rails or rocker panel trim. This one has an appropriate license plate that reads "71GT-37". Note the factory-installed hood pins.
CLICK-> Blue 1971 GT-37 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1971 1/2 GT-37, right front view with its hood down. The GT-37 did not have chrome trim rings on its Rally II rims, although the T-37 did. That is a similar difference between the Judge and GTO. The GT-37 was the only car to receive hood retainer pins from the factory. They were dealer installed options on other Pontiacs.
CLICK-> Blue 71 GT-37 [an error occurred while processing this directive] There were about 500 cars to look at during this show. We're strolling past this blue 1971 1/2 GT-37 hardtop. There are no hood scoops on a GT-37. This one has the outside body colored mirrors.
CLICK-> Blue 71 GT-37 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1971 1/2 GT-37 hardtop, left front view. Here you can see the mounting holes in the grille where the Pontiac emblem is usually installed on other models. They are not installed on GT-37s.
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