The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
Here is the Norwalk facility. The Ames Tri-Power Nationals was August 4, 5, & 6, 2006. This event continues to impress everyone with its size and participant-friendly atmosphere. There you will find drag racing, a swap meet, camping, food, and the largest all-Pontiac car show in the country. As you can see in this photo, the Solstice cars were there in addition to Firebirds and GTOs and virtually all other models of Pontiac car.|
CLICK-> Need a Tiger? Walking through the swap meet, I spotted a large collection of tiger merchandise.
CLICK-> Name a part! See any you need? Not everyone buys their parts on the internet these days. There's something to be said for inspecting parts in person. You can pick them up and get a close look. Many times you can bargain with the owner of the swap booth to get a lower price.
CLICK-> The show cars were lining the long grass fields adjacent to the drag strip. The hood is up. This is one nice looking red 1964 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Inside is a manual transmission without the center console. The owner has added a bunch of additional gauges including a large tach on the steering column.
CLICK-> Red 1964 GTO hardtop, trunk view. The owner is displaying some literature and some "before" and "after" photos of the restoration.
CLICK-> Under the hood is this nice looking stock engine.
CLICK-> How about a red 1964 LeMans convertible! This one is owned by Nicole Miller of Columbus, Ohio. This car won first place in the class called "SPLIT CAN AM/GRAND AM/TEMPEST 1961 - 1981 incl. Canadian Models".
CLICK-> Shot of the nice and clean engine. If you have comments or technical details to point out, feel free in the "comments" section below.
CLICK-> Red 1964 LeMans convertible, trunk view.
CLICK-> The interior is mostly white with black carpet and red accents on the dash and a red steering wheel and column.
CLICK-> Peek under the LeMans.
CLICK-> Iris Mist 1965 GTO hardtop with pinstripes and purple rims!
CLICK-> Tripower under the hood.
CLICK-> Inside we have a manual transmission and an in-dash tach (see the second instrument pod from the right?)
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