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The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
by Sean Mattingly.
2008 Ames Tri-Power Pontiac Nationals - Norwalk coverage
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CLICK-> White 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] The 1967 GTO from Ohio is lookin good. The red fender liners are somewhat visible. The car also has a red interior, one of my favorite looks for a car with white paint.
CLICK-> 67 GTO Enigne [an error occurred while processing this directive] Have a look at the engine on Tom's 1967 GTO.
CLICK-> Red Interior !!! [an error occurred while processing this directive] What a beautiful red interior. You basically have the stock interior with a 4-speed manual.
CLICK-> White 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] The red stripe adds to the visuals and sets it off.

CLICK-> Purple 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] What a nice 1967 GTO from Fred Mazzoni of Michigan. There's something great about a car with the BF Goodriches on shiny wheels. The Plum Mist paint rocks.
CLICK-> 67 GTO Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Ahh! Fred has the 3 Demon carbs workin. I'm sure he gets a kick out of that modification.
CLICK-> Info Card [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is one of the nicer display signs you will ever see. I always appreciate knowing a little more about the car, and this sign has just the right amount of info included. However, I have observed that a whopping 99.9 percent of these signs have typos. Does Fred's sign have any? Read it and see if you spot any. Plum Mist, good. Pertronix, good, spelled that right. Most people don't know how to spell that brand. Flowmaster, good. Many folks misspell that brand as two words Flow Master. Did you find any little goof-ups? No? Look again. The gear ratio is messed up. Many of us mistakenly write it as 3:55 when the correct way to express it is 3.55 or 3.55:1. NEVER 3:55. Oh yeah, and the "Parchment Leather" is not leather on a stock GTO. It LOOKS and FEELS like leather, but it is a durable reinforced leathery looking man-made product that Pontiac called expanded Morrokide. It is simulated leather. We'll give Fred a break. Somewhere I have have a photo of a funny yet sad display sign I saw at a major cruise-in where thousands of people were in attendance. It was in front of a highly modified and expertly restored Ford Falcon. The Falcon sign took a lot of time to build, made from fine materials. It was made of stained wood, had pinstripes, had beautiful etched glass screwed onto the wood with aircraft-style fasteners. It was on a metal stand made from 3 pieces of laser-cut metal with an intricate spiderweb design. The sign was probably worth more than my daily driver car, but the etched glass words on the sign were all spelled wrong. There were 20 brand names listed on it, all spelled wrong, every single one. And every word that ended in the letter "s" had an improper apostrophe in front of the "s". The Falcon had power "disk break's" and "Poolished Torg Thust Wheel's". Aaugh! Too bad.

CLICK-> Blue 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is an automatic 1967 GTO that rolled in from Uniontown, Ohio. It was driven by John Stearns. The first shot shows the hood up. The car has a handsome vinyl top.
CLICK-> 67 GTO Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] The engine has one of those pancake-shaped chrome air cleaners on top of the carb.
CLICK-> 67 GTO Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] I wonder if John listens to 8-track tapes very often?
CLICK-> Blue 67 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] The rear of the car has a vintage plate on it.

CLICK-> Drag'in GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Back at the track which adjoins the grassy showfield, a race is shaping up. A red 1967 GTO is taking on a cream-colored 1966 GTO. The 2008 "On the Ground Performance" sponsored "Chief of the Pontiacs" prize was won by John Martin. The Chief runner up was "Phat Daddy" Mike Plymale.
CLICK-> Drag'in GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Both cars get the green light and hurtle toward the finish line with a blur!

CLICK-> Black 67 Tempest [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a black 1967 Tempest. There's a special something-or-other hiding in the engine compartment. Most guys walked right over to the car to get a better look at the hookups on this powerplant.
CLICK-> 67 Tempest Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Oh, the polished surfaces are perfect!
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