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Old 07-23-2021, 02:32 AM
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Default More GTO photos from the past.

A few Ladies next to a 1966 GTO.

Baby on board.

Convertible with the beautiful Rally I Wheels.

Custom chrome wheels with mismatched tires.
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Default Mystery indian

Photo Taken about 25 years ago, check out the Helmet! I still have the Helmet & the Car
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----Very cool!!! I see you are from Florida and I don't know when you moved , but your 64 looks familiar. Did you ever race at Palm beach raceway or Miami?.....Bill S
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Here's a vintage judge
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Here is my '67 GTO (400 HO / 3-sp stick) in 1968:

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Pontiac advertisements and their brochures from 1959 through 1971 had beautiful artwork from the famous Arthur Fitzpatrick and Van Kaufman.

Below are a few of the reflections and shadows that were featured on these awesome illustrations.
Father's Day weekend a few years ago I had the opportunity to participate in the "Eyes on Design" event, held at the Edsel Ford Estate.

The show is an "invitation only" event (cars are chosen by a selection committee) and benefits the Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology. The show is also unique in the way cars are judged, not by how well they are restored (or survived) but by how the design (ie, styling) created trends, enabled technology or reflected the culture.

The theme for our specific display was the advertising artwork of Art Fitzpatick/Van Kaufman. I was asked to bring both the GTO and the Grand Prix. As you might expect the vehicles were displayed with the corresponding advertising art.











And - we got to keep the posters.

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Default Great Advertisements of old Muscle.

A really neat ‘64 GTO consumer catalog that’s inside of a CAR and DRIVER magazine.
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Default A Classic “foldout”

Here’s another vintage advertisement for the New 1967 GM Muscle.

It happens the be a foldout inside of a CAR CRAFT magazine.

Cool ad showing the “Original” American Racing Equipment Torque Thrust wheels that were so popular then and now.

On the backside of the foldout are the specifications of the Muscle on front side.
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----I have one of those catalogs tucked away somewhere. It would probably take all day to find it!.....Bill S
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Here is my '67 GTO (400 HO / 3-sp stick) in 1968:

Very cool GTO!! Have you ever found any production figures on that specific combo?
That has to be pretty rare. I've read that there were 358 HO 3-speed cars built, but how many convertibles is not shown.

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