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CLICK-> White 1973 GTO, interior view. Those are chromed plastic skulls acting as door lock handles. There's a glowing alien perched on the blower motor switch.
CLICK-> Take a look at the Blue and White 1974 GTO drag car. Looks like it has a one piece front end. I like the colored balls protecting the exhausts.
CLICK-> This car has some balls. Can anyone make an educated guess at how many cylinders the engine has?
CLICK-> Blue 1974 GTO drag car, rear end view. You can see how the cable releases the end of the bag which holds the parachute. I think that's the fuel door on top of the trunk lid.
CLICK-> This red 1974 GTO with a white interior was for sale. It was spotted on the drag pits side at Morwalk in 2004.
CLICK-> This Bronze 1974 GTO was raced at the track. This photo was shot from the comfort of the air conditioned VIP suite.
CLICK-> Red 1974 LeMans owned by Shannon Allen.
CLICK-> This LeMans had one nice looking engine compartment. Is that NOS?
CLICK-> Shannon's 1974 LeMans has a rear decklid spoiler.
CLICK-> This LeMans has a 1973 GTO hood on it with attractive pinstripes painted around the air intakes.
CLICK-> The seats are white and the rest is red inside Shannon's 1974 LeMans. There's a lot of gauges in here to monitor what's going on under the hood. Can you tell that this car is raced?
CLICK-> Ahh!, There's the NOS bottle. Tucked behind the driver's seat.
CLICK-> This black 1974 has a 10.92 second quarter mile dial in.
CLICK-> This flip-front 1974 Ventura II drag car was pretty neat. It had an awesome paint job. These people were speechless as they stood and admired all the work that went into crafting this unusual car.
CLICK-> This blue 1974 Ventura had one big engine that stuck through the hood. Many parts of the engine are painted the same blue metallic color as the body. It looks like the flip-front not only flips but it slides forward too. See the slider hardware on the frame rail.
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