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In the April 2014 issue of The Legend

The April 2014 issue of The Legend continues this very special year for the GTOAA, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original American factory muscle car, the 1964 Pontiac GTO. On the cover of this month’s issue is Steve Schaeffer’s Grenadier Red (Code V) hardtop, which Steve has ...

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In the March 2014 issue of The Legend

The March 2014 issue of The Legend continues a very special year for the GTOAA, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original American factory muscle car, the 1964 Pontiac GTO. On the cover of this month’s issue is Putt Willet’s Singapore Gold (Code T) post coupe, which Putt’s ...

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In the February 2014 issue of The Legend

The February 2014 issue of The Legend continues a very special year for the GTOAA, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original American factory muscle car, the 1964 Pontiac GTO. On the cover of this month’s issue is Ward Cumbie’s stunning Silvermist Grey (Code D) hardtop, a study ...

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In the January 2014 issue of The Legend

The January 2014 issue of The Legend kicks off a very special year for the GTOAA, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original American factory muscle car, the 1964 Pontiac GTO. On the cover of this month’s issue are not one, but two pristine examples of this icon ...

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In the December 2013 issue of The Legend

In this special issue, the GTOAA honors two of its own: Bob and Connie Maher, who have managed the GTOAA Club Store for more than 30 years and have retired, effective the end of this year. Yes, that’s three decades, and 30 GTOAA national meets, worth of designing, marketing and ...

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In the November 2013 issue of The Legend

Robert S. “Bucky” Britton’s Alpine Blue 1968 GTO began its frame-off-restored life as a “rust bucket” in need of major sheet metal replacement. The car had sat in a field, derelict, with several other junked cars, for many years. “When I unloaded it at home, my wife gave me a ...

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In the October 2013 issue of The Legend

Cactus GTO Club member Carl Giordano’s triple-black 1968 GTO was purchased 11 years ago to fulfill a lifelong dream of owning an example of Pontiac’s Great One. “Black Fire,” as this numbers-matching, four-speed Hurst- and factory AC-equipped GTO is called, sports a few very personal touches, the most striking of ...

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