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I'm Bill Gallagher,  I have been building and playing with Pontiac cars for 31 years, that's after I could afford one in 1998.  My first Pontiac was a 67 GTO HO, 4 speed, Signet gold with gold interior, I got it used with only 560 miles on it, at the end of the year in 1967.  It  ended up being to much power for the original owner & his wife. Went into the Navy for 4 years, came out and sold my 67 GTO, like a dummy for $545.00, what a mistake. I went to work with the postal service, had a family  and retired in 2005.  In 1998 I had the opportunity to buy a 67 GTO from Gary Cave for 5K and that what started me off again to become a full all in Pontiac enthusiast and a strong passion for Pontiacs. Since I have been playing and buying Pontiacs for many years, I ended up really enjoying building and working on them. I have build 2 Concours 67 GTOs, through GTOAA . One Silver (Signet Gold) and one Gold (Mariner Turquoise). Today I have a 67 GTO Convertible I picked up at the Atlantic City Auction back in February 2008, Tyrol Blue, Parchment interior with white top. After many years I still have 3 Pontiacs.  A 1962 Catalina setup as a Tribute to a Super Duty,  1965 Pontiac Tempest Custom Safari Wagon and my 67 TGO.  

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:welcomeFP:

Split this into your own topic so you get some nice, welcoming attention :D . 

Amazing looking Pontiacs! Major props to you for doing Concours. Certainly takes some major time and searching to keep them original. Have you taken them to many shows?

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Really like the wagon...Very cool....

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3 sweet examples of Pontiac WOW.  Welcome to the site.  

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