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1964-72 Pontiac GTO Cars and Parts For Sale.  

Call John 763-458-2865.    email: john@minnesota-muscle.com

This has been an active hobby for over 24 years and along the way I have accumulated many cars and thousands of parts. My father in law and some friends help me out along the way. I am located in the Minneapolis/St.Paul metro area.

I started this website in order to reach fellow muscle car enthusiasts and restorers who may need a certain car, part, or simply some information. I have developed many contacts in the collector car world so if I don't have something you need, I may know somebody who does. Networking is a huge part of restoring these great American muscle cars!

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June 2012: Sold one of my 1969 GTO Judge projects to a local Land of Lakes GTO club member.

April 2011: Sold my Black/Parchement 69 GTO 4spd car to a collector in Germany. It was hard to see this one go because it was a very nicely optioned car with great colors. It was a very solid car that had great potential but in the end I needed the space and cash to complete some of my other projects. Enjoy the car Helge!

Summer 2010:  With the economic downturn I have been reducing my inventory of cars and parts in connection with consolidating my storage of items over the last year. This summer I finally have seen some increased activity on the collector car market as the parts market continues to be relatively strong during these times. Project cars themselves are down a bit however completed cars have fallen off dramatically.

April 2010:  Sold another 1969 GTO to a Wisconsin collector. This one was a Limelight Green 4-spd car from Texas. A very solid body tub that needed a front clip and drivetrain. The man already had 93 cars when I dropped the GTO off so he has plenty to keep busy with. 

February 2010:  Sold 1967 Pontiac GTO 4-spd convertible project to a Florida collector. This was a nicely optioned GTO with 4-spd, 3.55 posi, rally gauges, power windows, tilt column, console, power steering and brakes. Two weeks after he received the car he sent me pictures of it completely disassembled off the frame. Good luck with the restoration Bill!

I also sold a 1970 GTO project to a New Jersey man. This was a Pepper Green automatic A/C car that needed total restoration.

November 2009:  Sold a 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge project to a local GTO club member. His son also purchased my matching numbers 1969 GTO that was a recent barn find. Both cars are now under restoration.  

September 2009:  Returned from Jefferson,WI swap meet with a few more goodies than I left with. Sold a 69 GTO roller from Texas that was a very solid body. I'm currently working on getting a few more projects sold before winter. Check my cars for sale page for more info.

August 2009:  Finally got my 69 Judge back from the bodyshop. Two years of restoration went into the frame and body. Now this Carousel Red 4-spd car is ready for assembly. The paint and body turned out great. Work was performed at RM Restorations in Forest Lake, MN.  

May 2009:  Purchased a 1969 RAIV 4-spd GTO project car at the Lerum Auction in Pepin, WI. The car was advertised and painted as a Judge however the original Verdero Green paint was evident under the 30 year old repaint. Most bidders assumed it was an old Judge clone. A few knew it was a factory Ram Air car but figured it was a green RAIII car. I was the only one who had the PHS in hand prior to the auction and knew what I was bidding on. A great day indeed!!

March 2009:  Sold Liberty Blue manual transmission 69 GTO project car to local buyer. Sale also pending on 66 GTO 4spd project. I'm also going to be getting another 69 GTO 4 spd project car available for sale next month.

February 2009:  Sold 67 Grand Prix 428 car to a Virginia collector.

January 2009:  Brought home my latest project a 67 GTO Fathom Blue 4 spd rally dash posi rear car.

December 2008:  Launched www.minnesota-muscle.com


Please Note: Minnesota-Muscle is not my regular business. This is an active hobby.

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Latest updates:

February 10, 2015 

September 24, 2012