The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
NEW POST This is photo coverage of the 2009 Ames Performance Tri-Power Pontiac Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio. The dates for this event were August 7, 8, 9, 2009, a Friday/Sat/Sun weekend. However, the vendors and many participants arrive a day early on Thursday. Thursday evening is spent camping out in the grassy field across from the track. Some people sleep in their motorhomes that night, some just sleep in their trucks to get an early start on the Friday Pontiac festivities.|
This wild Tempest was seen in the pits. It had a tall dragster wing on it.
CLICK-> NEW POST The Tempest is seen from the other side.
CLICK-> NEW POST Check out the rear.
CLICK-> NEW POST Here is a close-up view of the tall dragster wing. This isn't just for stability. This is a work of art in chrome and flames.
CLICK-> NEW POST This is a 1964 GTO with a patriotic theme. It is a masterpiece of airbrushing, with a realistic 3D flag that turns into a flame shape.
CLICK-> NEW POST 1964 GTO race car with a close-up of the airbrushing detail. The flag looks like it has depth and dimension.
CLICK-> NEW POST 1964 GTO race car. A view through the driver's side window shows the controls in the cockpit. There's some stuff from Hurst and Moroso and a Biondo "The Little Wizard" box. The company that sells the "Little Wizard" delay box says: "The Little Wizard is so SIMPLE TO OPERATE that you will not need the instructions – GUARANTEED!"
CLICK-> NEW POST On the west end of the car show area sat this 1965 GTO in red.
CLICK-> NEW POST A 1965 GTO had this tall hood scoop. The 3D artwork was amazing. It looks like there's a metal gash and some skulls looking outward.
CLICK-> NEW POST 1965 GTO convertible with owners getting it ready for show. A car show is a nice gathering place for people of all ages to get together and discuss their favorite cars and modifications.
CLICK-> NEW POST Speaking of modifications, this 1965 GTO has custom wheels and tires added. The most frequently asked question: "What size are those?" And now I want to know: "What size are those?"
CLICK-> NEW POST 1965 GTO left rear, representing Ohio.
CLICK-> NEW POST This is a rare sight, a fiberglass 1966 GTO called "The Assassin". Someone brought a historic unrestored racer out of hibernation to sell it in the swap meet area.
CLICK-> NEW POST POWER! The front grille area had blue plastic installed.
CLICK-> NEW POST Here is a close-up of the straight front axle in "The Assassin".
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