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In the August 2015 issue of The Legend

The August 2015 issue of The Legend features Gary Badalato’s GM Indigo Blue 1964 GTO hardtop. Gary, a Canadian who hails from London, Ontario, purchased his first GTO new in 1966 from a GM dealership in Strathroy, Ontario. He followed this in 1969 with another new Goat, this one a ...

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In the July 2015 Issue of The Legend

The July 2015 issue of The Legend features Victor Breithaupt’s 1964 Yorktown Blue “Tiger Tribute” convertible, which was built as a LeMans at the Pontiac, Mich. plant on June 25, 1964 with a 326 and a four-speed, and converted by a prior owner to look like a GTO. Victor found ...

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In the June 2015 issue of The Legend

The June 2015 issue of The Legend features Jim Eyer’s 1966 GTO hardtop. The first thing that most people notice about this car is not its dazzling Tiger Gold paint or glistening Hurst wheels, but its unusual, glossy black painted roof, a factory option in 1966. “The roof really helps ...

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In the May 2015 issue of The Legend

The May 2015 issue of The Legend features Larry Speidell’s 1966 GTO post coupe, which he purchased new in December 1965 and, after years of faithful service, sold in 1973. Thirty years later, after purchasing and restoring two more GTOs (a ’66 and a ’67), Larry found his original GTO, ...

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In the April 2015 issue of The Legend

The April 2015 issue of The Legend features Don Kokemueller’s 1964 GTO hardtop, a frame-off restoration that, except for “a couple of minor touches, like a new radio and wheel well trim,” is a pristine example of America’s original factory muscle car. Outfitted with Tri-Power, a Muncie four-speed, hot Comp ...

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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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