GTO

Original 400: 1967 Pontiac GTO

If the front-end styling doesn’t give the game away, the badge that you can just see peeking around the center of the grille should leave you in no doubt that the car parked in this garage is one of… more»

Ready To Restore: 1965 Pontiac GTO

The 1965 model year was the sophomore outing for Pontiac’s new GTO, which is credited by some as starting the muscle car revolution of the 1960s. It had a few changes for 1965, the most noticeable being stacked rather… more»

Chevrolets, Fords and More! Private Muscle Car Collection

The owner of a private collection of muscle cars and other vehicles is beginning to downsize and has appointed a curator who is responsible for selling at least nine automobiles – with more to follow later. The cars are… more»

Parts Cars? 2 Pontiac GTOs and 1 LeMans

If you’re a Pontiac fan and are looking for GTO or LeMans car or parts, a visit to Obion, Tennessee might be in order. There you’ll find together in one place a 1968 GTO, a 1970 LeMans and a… more»

Restore or Part Out? 1967 Pontiac GTO

After a successful two years of being an option on the Tempest/LeMans, Pontiac promoted the GTO to series status in 1966. All of GM’s A-body intermediates were restyled that year, gaining more of a curvaceous look with kicked-up rear… more»

Factory 4 Speed: 1968 Pontiac GTO

Pontiac introduced the new body style of the LeMans and GTO in 1968 and this is a wonderful example of a surviving 1968 Pontiac GTO. It is believed to have only 28,000 original miles. The GTO is listed for… more»

Solid Floors: 1967 Pontiac GTO Convertible

Currently in a project state, this ’67 Pontiac GTO Convertible is quite a promising project. With a solid body and stellar floors, this muscle car looks as if it would need little in the body/paintwork department. The car does… more»

Original 455 HO: 1970 Pontiac GTO

While it might not be essential, there are plenty of boxes that it is nice to tick when the time comes for someone to choose the next restoration project that they are considering tackling. It is a bonus if… more»

Garage Find 400 V8: 1970 Pontiac GTO

To many in the muscle car world, the Pontiac GTO was king, credited with starting the muscle car movement in the 1960s and 1970s.  Pontiac had always strived to be the performance division of General Motors and 1970 was… more»

No Reserve: 1970 Pontiac GTO “Judge”

Finding a classic muscle car like a 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge that is complete and unmolested will usually seem like a good thing. However, when that car has spent years sitting exposed to everything Mother Nature has to throw… more»

Barn Find Roller: 1964 Pontiac GTO

The GTO. Gas, Tires & Oil. GOAT. The car that’s credited with starting the mid-1960s mid-size muscle car movement. While GTO co-father John DeLorean thought that was an untapped market for a car like this, internal GM pundits thought… more»

Ragtop Project: 1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible

For many, the Pontiac GTO started the muscle car movement in the mid-1960s. It was a potent mid-size automobile that enjoyed a more than 10-year run with a brief Australian-based resurrection 30 years later. Convertibles are rarer today than… more»

1966 Pontiac GTO Texas Survivor

Patrick S. was kind enough to send us this 1966 Pontiac GTO which is located in Southlake, Texas in the Dallas / Fort Worth area. The car is an amazing survivor in beautiful condition. Over its 54 year life,… more»

Worth Saving? 1974 Pontiac GTO

The GTO was a hot property in the 1960s, but by 1974 it was an option package on the compact Ventura. That would be its last year until a brief resurrection in 2004 on an Australian-based GM model. This… more»

Four-Speed GTO! 1964 Pontiac Hardtop

This red-primered 1964 Pontiac GTO in Washingtonville, New York requires no introduction. Enthusiasts will spot the “GTO” badges on all sides from a mile away, and most know that’s Italian for Gran Turismo Omologato.  If you see potential, check… more»

GTO Alternative: 1966 Pontiac LeMans 389 Tri-Power 4-Speed

Pontiac was the catalyst behind the muscle car movement and launched the GTO in 1964. It essentially was a LeMans that was built to go fast. Really fast. This third year LeMans from 1966 appears to have been inspired… more»