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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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2008 Ames Tri-Power Nationals - Norwalk.    Lot 6 of 7.
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CLICK-> Racing GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Normally, we discourage blurry photos. But here, it is a good thing to see a 1969 GTO blurring the line between "Park" and "Drive". The light is green and this car is GONE!

CLICK-> Burgundy 70 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] David Flinkman brought this snazzy 1970 GTO coupe from Maryland to show it off to appreciative spectators. If the outstanding paint job doesn't knock your socks off, you can look at your socks in the lawn mirrors.
CLICK-> 70 GTO Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Wow. Does the valve cover say "JUSTICE"? This engine compartment is wicked. Check the top of the air cleaner. It resembles the wheels on the car.
CLICK-> 70 GTO Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] I think the best part of this show car is the interior. Look at that buttery-soft vinyl. You gotta admit the custom door panel treatment looks cool. It has the "GTO" logo on there. Look how David did the kick panel. The bottom half is carpeted so it matches the bottom portion of the door panel. That is a fine detail. The steering wheel is more wicked-ness!

CLICK-> Purple 71 Judge [an error occurred while processing this directive] On the showfield was this 1971 GTO Judge. It is owned by Chris Humphries of Kentucky. It *IS* the color purple.
CLICK-> 71 Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] This car is driven, and no doubt enjoyed. If my calculations are correct, Chris drove this car from his hometown 220 miles to get to Summit Motorsports Park.

CLICK-> Black 71 T-37 [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is a 1971 T-37 hardtop from Mike and Donna Ireton of Ohio. The hood and trunk lid are open for inspection.
CLICK-> 71 T-37 Engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] The T-37 has been restored with some extra touches under the hood. It has shinier-than-stock black paint, some braided hoses, and a chrome air cleaner.
CLICK-> T-37 Emblem [an error occurred while processing this directive] You don't see too many of these badges at shows. I snuck up on this elusive T-37 and snapped a photo of the trunklid.

CLICK-> 71 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Green! Stripes! Convertible! This is a 1971 GTO with a 455 HO engine.

CLICK-> 72 LeMans Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] When I was a kid growing up, there were a couple of these in my neighborhood. They were driven year-round as grocery-getters. In the Indiana winters, none escaped the ravages of salty pothole roads and rust. Both the LeMans Sports in my old neighbordood were taken to the scrapyard in the mid-1980's. This particular 1972 LeMans Sport convertible survived. It was brought to the show by Forrest Airhart of Ohio.
CLICK-> 72 LeMans Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Looks like a fun car to cruise in.

CLICK-> 77 Trans Am [an error occurred while processing this directive] The Pontiac TriPower Nationals at Norwalk is for all types of Pontiacs. Before I liked GTOs, I liked Trans Ams. This 1977 Trans Am caught my eye with the all-blue setup getup.

CLICK-> 77 Trans Am [an error occurred while processing this directive] Some dude brought this shiny 1977 TA down from Maryland. I think black is the best color for these. Someday I will get one of these as a surprise for my wife. Yeah, when I'm rich.
CLICK-> 77 Trans Am [an error occurred while processing this directive] There are at least two things that made these cars great. I like the gold hood birds and the versatile t-tops.
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2008 Ames Tri-Power Nationals - Norwalk.    Lot 6 of 7.


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