... PICTURE SET CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE CLICK->NEW POST The engine on this 2004? GTO has some custom touches. CLICK->NEW POST Can't ignore the wheels on this purple goat. It also has a set of Harrop brakes. CLICK->NEW POST The interior of the purple GTO has purple accents of course. CLICK->NEW POST A purple tiger tail completes the picture. CLICK->NEW POST Cherry 2006 GTO sits on the showfield with the hood up. CLICK->NEW POST There is a GR-RRR! license plate in there along with an ad for the website called buckeyegoats.com. This car is from Ohio, the buckeye state. CLICK->NEW POST The interior of the buckeye goat. CLICK->NEW POST This year was the debut of the UltimateGTO.com motorhome/office. It is a 31-foot 1990 Rexhall Airex motorhome that somehow ended up in the staging lanes of Summit Motorsports Park. This is no Photoshop trick. I drove this thing through the lanes. CLICK->NEW POST This is an action photo of the 1990 Airex headed toward the line. Notice the slick, yet cheap, customization on the side window. 3M green masking tape adorns this coach in the shape of the Pontiac arrowhead. I drove it like that from Indiana to Ohio. Some people saw the green tape and shook their heads in confused wonder. Others saw it on the road to Norwalk and gave a thumbs-up. Pontiac-bound, baby! Here I'm ready to put my foot into the accelerator pedal. CLICK->NEW POST From here, you can see all the way down the quarter mile track to the finish line. The Airex has a real strong engine and tranny in it. Can the Airex beat a new Chevy truck which is towing a trailer? Where did I put that time slip? CLICK->NEW POST Here is a look at the new sign that adorns Summit Motorsports Park. This is a first-class facility that got several major improvements for the 2007 racing season. It was a very enjoyable trip. In 2008, the Airex will be back, but next time towing a trailer with my car on it.