The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
A 1967 GTO parked in the indoor hallway with the hood up.
CLICK-> The interior.
CLICK-> The rear.
CLICK-> Here is a sweet 1969 GTO Judge owned by Mr Hudler.
CLICK-> It is indoors in the concours area.
CLICK-> Side view with people checking it out.
CLICK-> I liked the cool vintage racing Judge Jacket in the window.
CLICK-> Hudler engine.
CLICK-> Here is a car that looks like a Judge with the stripe and everything. If you look closely at the fender emblem, it says "The Magistrate".
CLICK-> Here is a close-up of "The Magistrate" fender decal. Looks good!
CLICK-> Rear view.
CLICK-> The wheel paint has been customized differently from most.
CLICK-> Manny popped in from Merrillville, Indiana to find that his assigned parking space was next to a similar-looking car. Manny's car is the Carousel Red 1968 GTO on the left. The one on the right is a 1969.
CLICK-> Manny attended one of the parties that were held offsite diring the co-vention.
CLICK-> Here's Manny of Merrillville, Indiana. He's with the car he recently restored, just in time for the co-vention. He obtained it from a member of the Indy GTO Association whom decided to sell it after completing the paint job, leaving all the mechanicals to Manny to finish up. About the car, Manny says, "This is my new baby, but one I have wanted for a long time. She's a '68 400 HO car with 4 speed and a 355 safe-t-trak rear. The body and interior were in great shape but I did need to do a lot under the hood, but after a new radiator, water pump, thermostat, hoses and belts, and then a complete new exhaust with Ram Air exh. manifolds and Magna-Flo mufflers and a complete tune up and new brakes she runs strong and looks great. And nothing can replace that feeling when driving my baby!! She has power brakes, am-fm reverb, power steering, rally gauge pack, console, wood wheel, power antenna, Rally 2 rims (put away) and a new under dash am/fm/cd player mounted under the dash that looks like it came that way. I also am running 15x8 Cragar rims with radial TA's for that cool retro look."
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