1974 Pontiac GTO - Mr. Leno - Have You Seen My Baseball?
These are recent photos taken of Bruce Cliche's car & parts collection here in East Calais, Vermont. Over 1 million parts and 700 cars. The collection is for sale for $1.6 million. Bruce Cliche - (802)-454-7875. Will post more clips soon. Thanks.
Me and my dad were at a car show (my dad has a 1964 gto-hardtop) and there was a 1974 drag racing gto-tht thing was mean!!
1974 PONTIAC GTO - A SHADOW OF IT'S FORMER SELF
So this is what the GTO had become by '74. Not even close to those glorious and super high powered GTO's of days gone by. But very simliar to the compact Pontiac Ventura and the Chevy Nova, sharing the wheelbase, frame, and body of both. Only 7,058 of the GTO were made this year making this a very rare car indeed. The "upgrade" to a GTO cost $195.00 but you got a hood scoop, distinctive grille AND a 350 cid V8 engine that cranked out 165 horses. So, maybe it's a miniature muscle car. You can still see Pontiac quality in this GTO from front to back. The decals are still perfect. The interior flawless as well as the paint. You can eat off the engine block. What you have here is a perfect original survivor that has a character of cuteness about it. Would I like to own this? You bet. It's still a winner. Thanks very much for viewing this rare and perfect 1974 Pontiac GTO.
Perhaps the first true muscle car was the GTO. Made by Pontiac between 1964 and 1974, it was just one brainchild of Pontiac's chief engineer at the time, John DeLorean. During my tour of the GM Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Mich., HC manager Greg Wallace introduced me to the original 1964 model GTO and "The Judge," the 1969 model GTO, whose name came from a comedy routine, "Here Comes the Judge", on the "Laugh-In" TV show.