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Highlights from the April 2018 Edition of The Legend

The April 2018 issue of The Legend features Dan Yacovella’s 1965 tri-power, four-speed hardtop GTO. Dan wanted to buy a used ’65 GTO in 1967, to replace his 1961 Chevy Impala sedan, but his dad, an auto mechanic, “just saw the GTO as something that could potentially do me harm.” ...

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Highlights from the March 2018 issue of The Legend

The March 2018 issue of The Legend features Dan Kingston’s Original-Owner-Award-winning 1968 Antique Gold GTO convertible, which Dan purchased new at the tender age of 17 (with his mom’s help, co-signing for the loan payments). “Never in my wildest dreams had I considered a muscle car with a convertible top!” ...

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Highlights from the February 2018 issue of The Legend

The February 2018 issue of The Legend features Rick Miller’s 1967 GTO hardtop, which Rick’s son-in-law has named “The Red Rocket” and four-year old grandson calls “Pawpaw’s Red Race Car.” A 1987 frame-off restoration painted in Torch Red, a popular 1990s GM color, Rick purchased it in ready-to-drive condition. The ...

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Highlights from the January 2018 issue of The Legend

The January 2018 issue of The Legend features Ron Randazzo’s Palomino Copper 1970 GTO hardtop, which Ron purchased in 1986 from Rare Performance Motors of Tempe, Arizona. Ron’s Great One, a fully documented, numbers-matching car, is equipped with tons of options, among them the vaunted YA Code 455 HO engine, ...

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Highlights from the December 2017 issue of The Legend

The December 2017 issue of The Legend features Paul Meyer’s original-owner Regimental Red 1967 GTO convertible, which Paul ordered new from Rodgers Pontiac in Dayton, Ohio. Paul’s Great One is the “economy” version, equipped with a two-barrel carb, rare because only 2,967 1967 GTOs were built like this. “Since 1967 ...

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In the November 2017 issue of The Legend

The November 2017 issue of The Legend features Mark Hall’s 1966 GTO hardtop, the embodiment of a high school senior’s dream in 1966. For various reasons, Mark put his dream of owning an example of his favorite Goats, the first-generation 1964-1967 models, for 50 years. Finally, with the support of ...

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In the October 2017 issue of The Legend

The October 2017 issue of The Legend features Bob Moss’s stunning 1965 GTO convertible, which he acquired in 2014. The car had been restored in 1993 and was in need of a major refreshing and upgrading. The GTO you see here features a 1965 WJ code, 376-hp 421 with Tri-Power; ...

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