by Sean Mattingly.
1967 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, front end view.
CLICK-> Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop, interior view. It's got a Parchment interior, 4 speed, a/c, rally dash, and an am/fm radio.
CLICK-> Tripower Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO hardtop sent in from Leonard Blankenship - it's his dad's car. He also has a few kind words to say:
"I've gotta tell you that the collection of goats is awesome. I took a few minutes to check out the picture collections (particularly 66-67) and I saw more fine looking pontiacs than I've seen in 12 years worth of High Performance Pontiac Magazine subscriptions! So many of those goats are pristine, others have potential... but then there were a few wrecked cars that should make any Pontiac fan cringe with pain.
I wanted to send you a picture of my Dad's 1967 GTO. The original 400 is long gone, but since there is no replacement for displacement a .030 over 455 with a 1966 Tri-Power now resides between the frame rails. The drivetrain is a 4-speed hooked to 3.55 rear gears. My Dad has owned this car since 1968 (2nd owner) and has managed to avoid the "10 Quickest Ways To Lose Your Muscle Car."
This 1967 GTO has been an Ohio car all its life and has never seen snow. Dad restored this car in 1993 with very little sheet metal repair required (2 small 1/4" holes and several pinholes...no bondo, all metal filled)...He says this car will be the family heirloom, but I hope to see him powershifting well into his 80's.
I hope that this Tyrol Blue 1967 GTO is worthy of making it to your collection of 1967 pictures on the Web"
CLICK-> 1967 GTO Artwork. Mike Bort from Lynchburg, Virginia sends this artwork he drew. "It's hard to keep an old goat down". If I remember correctly, Mike said he made this picture to cheer up a guy named Sonny who was in the hospital.
CLICK-> Steve K from Long Island, New York has this 1967 Mariner Turquoise Tempest pillar/post coupe with a 326 engine. Looks like he might have been doing some racing the day the picture was taken.
CLICK-> Mariner Turquoise 1967 Tempest pillar/post coupe, right side view.
CLICK-> Blue 1967 GTO hardtop with a black vinyl top. Multi-view image. Interior image shows a dual gate shifter. This was sent in from Mat & Janet Shelton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CLICK-> Page #1 "Bill of sale" for the blue 1967 GTO hardtop from Mat & Janet Shelton (email@example.com). Handwritten form from Bowell McLean Motor Co. Written March 10th, 1967. Notice that the model is called "Tempest", although the code is 24217. This is a very valuable piece of documentation for a car.
CLICK-> Page #2 "Bill of sale" for the blue 1967 GTO hardtop from Mat & Janet Shelton (firstname.lastname@example.org). Looks like it cost a grand total of $4105.05! The page shows all the options, their codes, and costs.
CLICK-> Option check-off for this blue 1967 GTO hardtop. Notice that its called a 1967 Tempest GTO again. Judging from the highlighting on this document, it came from Pontiac Historic Services. Jim Mattison highlights the options that the car originally came with when its verified through PHS. The PHS verification website is http://www.phs-online.com
CLICK-> Documentation of drivetrain and dataplate options on this blue 1967 GTO hardtop. The PHS paperwork will show this option list for your GTO. (This one is based on two pages that also appear in the "GTO Recognition Guide" book). The drivetrain and dataplate options have been highlighted.
From the highlighted items here, I can see: turbohydramatic transmission coupled to a 360hp 400HO 4bbl engine, 3.55 rear gearing, Mariner Turquoise paint, black cordova top, turquoise interior, and that it was assembled in Pontiac MI.
CLICK-> 1967 GTO convertible blue with a blue interior. Car also has the hood tach which was an option in 1967. The picture was taken by Lloyd Rowland of the Western NY GTO club.
CLICK-> 1967 GTO black convertible with a black interior and black top. Nice clean front end view. The picture was taken by Lloyd Rowland of the Western NY GTO club.
CLICK-> '67 GTO engine compartment closeup. Tri-power was added later, since not available in 1967.
CLICK-> Here's one from Michael Margozzi. It was taken around 1986. The school in the background is in Sunnyvale, California. Mike writes: "The four of us went to High School there. The '65 is a LOADED 4 speed convertible tri-power. The '67 was mine (I sold it). It was a bare bones AT. Fast as hell though. The '69 was a perfect car with low miles, just a looker though, he never pushed it. The '70 was my insane buddy's car. This guy wrecked his parents' '66 Vette when he was 15! His '70 was a nice and fast 4 speed car. We spent A LOT of time street racing and fixing each others cars."
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