Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site for 1964 through 2005 G.T.O. Goats!  
    All with thumbnail images.

The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
by Sean Mattingly.
2005 GTOAA International Convention coverage
There's no bigger GTO image collection anywhere!


To save a picture:
First click on the small version to make it big with your LEFT mouse button.
Then click with your RIGHT mouse button to save it to your hard drive.

[an error occurred while processing this directive]
2005 GTOAA Convention.    Lot 2 of 12.
Show Page: 1 [ 2 ] 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
CLICK-> Very Special GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Jim Wangers called this car another of the five most important GTOs built. This is one of two original 1965 Hurst / Motor Trend Riverside "500" Offical Pace Cars. There was an information sign displayed with the car. It said, "This very car was purchased new by Peterson Publishing / Motor Trend Magazine and George Hurst of Hurst Performance Products. The original warranty 'Protect-O-Plate' is made out to 'MOTOR TREND', and the original 1964 California application for title is to 'Mr. George Hurst, Hurst & Campbell Company'. More importantly, this GTO is the FIRST CAR to be fitted with the now legendary Hurst Wheels. It still wears the original October of 1964 date coded and numbered set that were installed in December of 1964. (Serial numbers 000019, 000021, 000025, and 000028!) This is THE CAR used to introduce the Hurst Wheel at the Ambassador Hotel Press Party on January 5th, 1965. This was the first showing of Hurst Wheels, on the first car to ever wear them. Original photographs from the press part show this car with George Hurst standing on the front seat, along with a bevy of 'Hurst Girls' displayed on the car. Sitting front and center on the hood is none other than the lovely 'Miss Hurst', Linda Vaughn. After the press party, George Hurst and Motor Trend prepared a similar car to this one, and the two were chosen as the offical pace cars for the 1965 Motor Trend Riverside '500' race. As part of a Jim Wangers marketing plan, one car was to be given to the race winner, who was none other than Dan Gurney, with the other car being given to a lucky ticket holder at the race. While Mr. Gurney is alive and well today, the GTO he won is not. It is thought to have been crushed many years ago. The other GTO, this car, was indeed given to a ticket holder that day. Thankfully, the winner of this car cherished it and drove it sparingly for just three years. He then sold it to a collector who stored it away until 1996. It is a three-owner car from new. Amazingly enough, with just 20,000 original miles, this car is original and unrestored. The lettering currently on the car has been made to be exactly as it was in 1964 using period photographs. In addition to the Hurst provenance, it is also a documented factory Tri-Power (3x2) 4 Speed car that is loaded with options, just as George Hurst always ordered his cars. As significant as GTO's have become in their own right, this car, with the combination of being a great original GTO, the first car ever to wear Hurst Wheels, and being the brainchild of none other than George Hurst, Motor Trend Magazine, and the 'Godfather of the GTO' Jim Wangers, has to be considered a priceless piece of Pontiac history."
CLICK-> Very Very Special GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is a side view of the white 1965 GTO convertible Hurst / Motor Trend Riverside "500" Pace Car. Hey! That's the owner, Colin Corner in the blue shirt leaning into the trunk.
CLICK-> 65 GTO Pace Car Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] The 1965 GTO Pace Car has a Tri-Power under the hood.
CLICK-> 65 Pace Car Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] 1965 GTO Pace Car, interior view. This was one nice looking car.

CLICK-> Silver 65 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Silver 1965 GTO sport coupe with a Tri-Power engine. This car has a good shine on it.
CLICK-> Tri-Power Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Close-up of the Tri-Power engine in this silver 1965 GTO sport coupe. This clean car has all the nice stuff such as air conditioning, power brakes, and tri-power.

CLICK-> Red 1965 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Think red! This red 1965 GTO hardtop sports a set of Redline tires mounted on Hurst wheels.
CLICK-> Red 1965 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Red 1965 GTO hardtop, Tri-Power engine view. The spark plug wires are even red.

CLICK-> Gold 65 LeMans Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] The GTOAA Convention also had a popular vote class for the LeMans, Tempest, Custom-S, T-37 and GT-37. This is a gold 1965 LeMans convertible. It has a set of Hurst wheels.
CLICK-> Gold 65 LeMans Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rear end view of this 1965 LeMans convertible. It has California plates and a surfboard inside.
CLICK-> 65 LeMans Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] It's got a Custom Sport Wood steering wheel and a vintage after market air conditioning.

CLICK-> Blue 65 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This dark blue 1965 GTO was seen racing at the dragway.
CLICK-> 65 GTO Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's what this 1965 GTO looks like on the inside. It's got a manual transmission without a console and an in-dash tach.

CLICK-> Red 65 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This red 1965 GTO hardtop with a white painted top was also seen drag racing. The autocross event was set up in the back ground. They found a whole lot of green garbage cans to outline the safety area of the course.

CLICK-> White 1966 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] The hoods are up for inspection on the hot showfield. This white 1966 GTO hardtop has red fender liners and a Tri-Power engine under the hood.
PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Show Page: 1 [ 2 ] 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2005 GTOAA Convention.    Lot 2 of 12.


[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
[an error occurred while processing this directive]