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Highlights, September 2020 Issue, The Legend

Did you know that 1971 was the final model year for factory-built Pontiac GTO convertibles? Then how do you explain Don Allen’s Monarch Yellow 1972 convertible, the cover car in the September 2020 issue of The Legend? Easy: “The dealers got creative and would help a buyer order a LeMans ...

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HIGHLIGHTS, AUGUST 2020 ISSUE, THE LEGEND

Randy Pribyl is back! Behind the wheel of a GTO, that is. The August 2020 issue of The Legend features Randy’s stunning 1969 convertible, which is the result of him “finally having all I could take of not owning a GTO. An experienced collector and restorer, Randy also contributed “GTO ...

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Highlights, July 2020 Issue, The Legend

The July 2020 issue of The Legend features Ken Nagel’s Palomino Copper 1970 RA IV Convertible GTO, expertly restored by Level One Restoration, Arvada, Colorado. Ken’s GTO is one of only 12 non-Judge four-speed convertibles (even though the original owner orderer Judge stripes) equipped with the 370 hp RA IV ...

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Highlights, June 2020 Issue, The Legend

The June 2020 issue of The Legend features Billy McCall’s Spice Red Metallic on black 2006 GTO, a pristine, low-mileage example of the third and final year “New-Gen” GTO—the car that caused such controversy when Pontiac resurrected the hallowed model after a 30-year absence. Billy, a very young (22) man ...

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Highlights, May 2020 Issue, The Legend

The May 2020 issue of The Legend features Stan Reeg’s 1966 Marina Turquoise hardtop, equipped with the 389 tri-power , TH-2004R HD from California Performance Transmission and 3:73 gears. Stan purchased the GTO in January 2015 in Scottsdale, Arizona (where he and Betty, his wife of 53 years) live six ...

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Highlights, April 2020 Issue, The Legend

The April 2020 issue of The Legend features Frank Signoriello’s Original-Owner 1964 “World’s Fair GTO,” a unique example of the first of the classic Great Ones. Frank ordered it new in February 1964 from Breitfeller’s Pontiac in Queens, N.Y.—a black Sports Coupe with a black interior, tri-power, four-speed transmission and ...

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GTOAA 2020 International Meet Cancelled

The GTO Association America has decided to cancel the 2020 GTOAA International Meet in Wichita, Kansas, hosted by the GR-RRR 8’R Wichita GTO and Pontiac Club. “The Wichita Chapter has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic situation and evaluating its options,” said GTOAA President Vic Schreck. “We’ve had discussions with ...

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