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|A nice GTO owned by Don Fenton, down in the Lone Star State.|
|A thorough clean-up both inside & out. The color is the very rare 'Carmel Beige", for those of you keeping score.|
|One of the nicest I've ever seen, though the original rims would look better. This car used to reside in Michigan. Originally a Georgia car.|
|A nice collage by the former owner, showing beautiful details. Sweet! This might even be the original paint job, if I remember the ad right.|
| (L) This car has the accent stripe, we don't see that too
(R) "FASTRNU" plate
| (L) A 1974 GM ad that has our favorite GTO in the
background. This was the car of my dreams for many years, (and still
is!), but I never saw one until I moved to the west coast.
(R) Zooming in on the GTO. Someone (me) was careless removing the ad, many years ago. I clipped the nose by accident. Aaargh!
| (L) Top: The goat emblem for '74, available in (3) color
(L) Bottom: September 1973 issue of Motor Trend, "our car" is on the cover. Text of article was donated by Craig George, see GTO page 4
(R) A poster with 2 views of the '74 GTO
|Pete donated 3 shots of his nice (former) ride. "I loved that car!" he writes.|
| A repainted
Oklahoma car with column-shift automatic. Not the exact color, but
looks nice. Looks like they didn't replace the GTO decals.
UPDATE 5-23-03: This car was purchased by GTO fan Bob Pope.
|An Ontario, CA car with MOPAR parts under the hood!!!|
|Fresh add to ebay, from Longview, WA. A clone.|
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