1967 GTO Lost & Found
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1. (February 28, 2006) Roger is looking for his 1967 GTO, Tyrol Blue Post. Purchased in Texarkana, Texas. VIN# 242077K113766, 4 speed, 335 Engine, console, parchment interior, air, power steering, drum brakes and 3.08 rear end. Roger added the hood tach and a 1966 tri-power. He is trying to find if she is still alive? Last time he saw her was 1973 when he graduated from the University of Alabama.
2. (June 10, 2006) Stephen would like to find his old GTO. The sale was never completed because the buyer left the state with it, having not paid him in full for the car. He still holds the Florida title in his name issued in 1973. The VIN is 242177P255919 and was last seen with the exterior Aquamarine Blue and a black interior. The engine was a 400 CI and it had a 4 Speed with Hurst shifter. Anyone knowing it's location or eventual owner, please contact GTO Alley.
3. (August 29, 2006) Peter is trying to locate the 1967 GTO that he bought new in 1967. It was last sold to someone in Westbury , New York in 1993. It was a very rare 1967. It was ordered with a 360 HO engine, with the 3 speed Hurst floor shift and a 3.08 rear. Its VIN number is 242177G119840. He’d appreciate any help locating or history.
4. (September 15, 2006) Michael sold his 67 gto in the early 90's, was white with red int.
Bucks co. area of PA. vin 242177p170744 with yz block. He would really appreciate any info if the car is still around. Hurst his-hers shifter!
(September 30, 2006) Michael traded it to his cousin for a 57 Chevy that he had when he was sixteen years old in Coffeville, KS in about 1979. He later sold it in Hendersonville, TN in about 1982. It was originally gold with black interior. He had it painted black and had the hood scoop opened up and chromed. When he had it, it had a 396 big block engine. The vin number is 242177k112891. Any information about this car would be greatly appreciated. He can't believe he ever sold it.
(October 11, 2006) Walt sold his 1967 GTO in 1969 in Royal Oak Michigan. It was a 4 speed hardtop, Tyrol Blue with safety track. A plain jane, blue interior, ralley gauges, AM radio, full wheel covers. No power steering or power brakes. He doesn't have the VIN # anymore.
(January 29, 2007) Ernie is looking for his first and favorite car. A 1967 GTO blue/green convertible, black top and interior. He bought it used Feb 18, 1970 with 36,000 miles on it. It had the original 400 cu. in. with a 4 speed transmission and 3.90 gears. VIN number is 24267B129726. He would like to know if it is still alive or restorable and would love to get it back, for good this time!
(March 1, 2007) Ken is looking for his 1967 goat that was sold in Elyria, Ohio when he went off to the Navy in 1968. He can't remember when exactly she was sold, but he believes it was in the Spring of 1969. She was turquoise with a black cordova top and a 400 with a four gear. He thinks he saw her back in the late 1980's, still in Elyria, Ohio. Would like to know if she's still around. Would love to see her again.
(March 6, 2007) Dean is looking for his 1967 GTO that he ordered new and picked up from Brown Pontiac in Arlington, Virginia on 4/4/67, just before he was discharged from the U.S.Army. VIN# 242177B124695, 4 speed, Rally I wheels, plum mist outside, black inside, center console, wood steering wheel, rear window defogger, rally guage cluster and tachometer, ps, radio, positraction and soft ray windows. Last seen at Cars of the Continent in Rockford, Illinois on 3/11/1972. He has been searching for the last few years with no luck. Would like to know if she is still alive and if possible to get her back. Thank you!
(October 26, 2007) Danny is looking for his deceased brother's first love, his 1967 GTO! The car was borrowed by an uncle and never returned. It was left in Florida with a blown engine. Last time we saw it, was in a mechanic shop in Florida around the mid 1970's. The car was originally purchased in High Point, North Carolina. The VIN # on it is 242177B105574. North Carolina title is still in hand. He would like to try and locate the car, it is very sentimental to him and his family. It is a two door hard top, Tyrol Blue exterior, and Ivory or white interior. Also, he believes it had a his/her shifter. He was only ten when the car was "borrowed" and he really would like to see it back in his family again. Thank You for any information you may have!
(December 14, 2007) Bad67gto is trying to locate his 67 GTO hardtop, he sold back in the mid 90s. It was a 335 hp/400, it was red/black interior. When he sold it, it had a hood tach, underdash a/c, 14x7 rallys, 2 off a grand prix, mickey thompson redline g70/g60 tires. He received a phone call from someone who owned it back in 04, asking questions about the car. He believes he was from Nebraska and since then Bad67gto has moved from his other house to where he is now. He sold it to purchase a home but since is ok money wise and interested in finding his old 67. Thinking about buying it back. If anyone has any info on the cars whereabouts. Please let him know. Thanks. The VIN number is 242177P111207. The car is pictured below at the time he sold it.
(January 7, 2008) Mark is trying to locate a 1967 GTO stolen from Gardena, California in
1980. VIN # 242177Z112808. Gold ext./Gold int., 400ci, 4-bbl., auto
trans with dual gate shifter and console, am.fm radio, dual horns, rear
speaker, air injector exhaust control, quick ratio steering wheel gear,
deluxe steering wheel, saf-t-track differential, courtesy lamp
package.--any help is greatly appreciated!
(May 13, 2008) In 1971, Paul purchased a 1967 GTO in Suffolk County, New York from an ex-military member, who was the original owner of the car and had purchased the car from a dealership in El Paso, Texas (some sort of dealer tag was on the left-hand side of the trunk lid). The car was Mariner Turquoise color on the outside (the roof was painted white to negate the El Paso heat he was told) with green or blue interior and was a hardtop (non-post). It was equipped with the 400 cubic inch, 335 horsepower engine, with four-speed manual transmission. It also had air conditioning, bucket seats with console, Rally 1s, power brakes, power steering and an after-market alarm system that he added. He purchased the car for $1,000 from the original owner. Sold the car in 1974 to someone in Nassau County, New York. Sorry to say he no longer has the VIN number or any registration information. Would love to understand the history since he sold the car. Thanks.
(May 26, 2008) Glen had one stolen and one sold. The first was sold in 1976, was a 1967 GTO, hardtop, painted Judge orange and had a 1970 judge spoiler on trunk lid (painted black). This was a 4spd with black interior. Original color was Monreux blue.
The second was a convertible 1967 GTO, signet gold with gold interior and black top. This was loaded power brakes, steering, windows and automatic. Last see in Riverdale, New York, 1977. Stolen and never found.
Any info would be appreciated.
(October 13, 2008) Tom bought his 67 in January 2007, from Kevin in Conneticut. Kevin owned for over 20 years but a home and family forced him to sell it. He had started the body work leaving it half in primer. Tom rented garage space and began to make plans to restore it. The main reasons he bought it was, because it was complete and together. With a perfect original interior. First he spent $4300 rebuilding the motor, then had the rest of the drive train cleaned up, he is a bodyman with 46 years experience, so in Feb. of 2008 he became ill and was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Subsequently he became blind in one eye and almost blind in the other. Long story short, his landlord took the GTO, his 64 442, his 64 alpine sunbeam and car trailer. He has titles to all his stuff. The landlord figured he died on the operating table. Be careful for the next few months buying any cars like this out of Pennsylvania---They might be Tom's.
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