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In the March 2015 Issue of The Legend

The March 2015 issue of The Legend features the late Gerald Wrohan’s “Tale of Two Goats”—his 1968 Solar Red GTOs, a hardtop and a convertible. Both these beauties were frame-off restorations in 1988. Jack hailed from Canada’s British Columbia Province, and back in the day, Canadians had to special-order a ...

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In the February 2015 issue of The Legend

The February 2015 issue of The Legend features Jack Peters’ Marimba Red (Paint Code L) 1964 GTO Sport Coupe, an upgrade of sorts from his very first car, a 1964 Tempest Custom Coupe in the same color, with a base 326 V8 and two-barrel carburetor, and equipped with a four-speed ...

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In the January 2015 issue of The Legend

The January 2015 issue of The Legend features Dan Varner’s 1970 GTO, which is an unrestored original car with only 14,000 miles. This Cardinal Red hardtop was ordered new on October 22, 1969 in Pennsylvania. It is virtually unchanged from the day it rolled off the assembly line in Oshawa, ...

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In the December 2014 issue of The Legend

In the December 2014 issue of The Legend The December 2014 issue of The Legend features John Hollow’s Grenadier Red (Code VVA) 1964 four-speed hardtop, which he found in 2009 on eBay. Purchased in beautifully restored condition, John’s show-winning GTO was built in April 1964 at the Pontiac, Michigan plant. ...

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In the November 2014 issue of The Legend

The November 2014 issue of The Legend features Tom Kennedy’s Midnight Green 1969 convertible, a survivor that he and his wife Debra found in Seattle in 2012. It was described in its sales ad as a “gorgeous original 1969 Pontiac GTO convertible, manual transmission, 42,000 actual miles, car is original, ...

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In the October 2014 issue of The Legend

The October 2014 issue of The Legend features Sam Raplee’s 1964 hardtop, which he acquired in late 2004 in rather rough shape. Dubbed “Rocky Mountain Goat,” this GTO underwent a frame-on restoration. It’s equipped with a Tri-Power 389, wide-ratio four-speed, Safe-T-Track rear, Cragar SS wheels, and several factory options: Soft ...

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Welcome to the new GTOAA.org!

Four years ago a new website for the GTOAA was launched. With that site, we now accepted membership forms online and added some new features to the GTOAA’s online presence. Today a new site with improved features is going live. We are no longer using a two-step handoff ordering process ...

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