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|Gary Shawver's red-hot Goat! Fine attention to detail. This car is CLEAN!!! You can chat with him about his car, reach him at email@example.com|
|Gary gave us the green light to use whatever is currently on the web, so we grabbed a few pics, restored the faded colors, and present them to you here!|
| Jerry Sheffer down in Florida wins the "Photographer of the
Month" crown with these great shots of his
Check out the blacked-out headlight bezels, tinted windows, pre-'74 GTO emblems, and brand-new tires and rims.
|The car was repainted recently. Jerry notes it was black when he bought it, but the original color was Fire Coral Bronze. Looks like the car has front disc brakes?|
This is Don
Fenton's rare Carmel Beige GTO. Extra pics are on GTO page 3
|A GTO project
(in work here about May'03) by Mark. He waited patiently for 8 YEARS before the previous
owner would sell it! The rough body turns into a thing of beauty.
Denver Gold Metallic! Mark
" THE 350 DID NOT IMPRESS ME SO I REPLACED IT WITH A 455 ALL REBUILT, # 12 RA III HEADS, REPLACED THE SAGINAW 4SP WITH A BORGWARNER SUPER T10 4SP WITH A CENTERFORCE CLUTCH, SUBFRAME CONNECTORS, 12 BOLT 3.73 GEAR, AND TRACTION DEVICES. USED A TORKER INTAKE SO THE SHAKER WOULD STILL WORK PROPERLY" Update 5-23-03: He's about ready to fire up the motor now. Updated photos on GTO page 8 !
|Coming in just under the wire, here are some photos of Keith Davis's pumped-up GTO in Sunstorm Yellow. He writes: This is my 1974 GTO...owned since 1987. It has a +.040 '74 400 with 68 #16 heads and a RAIV copy cam (Crane Fireball). I also have a Torker intake and Holley 750 vac.sec. carburetor to provide it with the right mixture. I also added a TH 400 trans. and a 3500 stall to get the power to the rear that has 4.10 gears. The car has run a best of 12.20 @ 109.30 mph and a 60' time of 1.68. I think this is the kind of performance this car should have come with instead of the emissions-laden measly 185 HP 350 it came with!|
| Don McKay
submitted this nice shot of his unique GTO with the camper option.
Shown here attending the Western Washington Firebirds event in 2001.
I guess this could save you hotel expenses if you're travelling between
A whole set of new photos sent by Bill Dunne of www.74gto.com Keep monitoring that site for a complete rebuild history of this car, pictured in its original state at left.
|One glance will tell you this is a thorough job! Bill reports that the car has since been re-assembled and is ready for paint. (April 03)|
|Beautiful contrast between old and new in the engine department|
(L) A photo that was begging for a caption...so we added one.
This is one of Butch York's '74 GTOs...more pics of this car are forthcoming.
As you can see, the '74 GTO is alive and well at www.pontiacventura.com !
The number of folks writing in who love this much-disparaged version of the GTO continues to grow. This continues to be the most heavily-visited part of the site as well.
If you have pictures you'd like to share, just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org ; this site is updated about every 4 weeks.