Keith Seymore's Albums
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Picture Keith Seymore - '65 GTO
1965 GTO, 09A "X" Pontiac built factory race car delivered to Van Seymore specifically for him to race through Royal Pontiac. Black/black, 389 tripower 4 speed, manual steering manual brakes. Delivered with the hood inner already cut for a ram air system and with the battery mounted in the trunk. Raced in B/Stock in 1965 and B/MP from 1967 through 1974, the car is a multi time local class winner and 5 time NHRA record holder (12.20 ET best). Stored since 1974 Dad's GTO has 5000 original miles and is in original unrestored condition ("born with" paint, interior, driveline, etc) and has been featured or mentioned in numerous enthusiast books and magazines. The car is currently on display at the Gilmore Museum in Hickory Corners MI through June of 2021.
60 07-07-2014 08:56 AM
Picture Keith Seymore - '63 Grand Prix
1963 Grand Prix; Pontiac Michigan built in July of 1963, sold on the west side of the state (Ludington). Black/parchment; Highly optioned: 389 4 bbl, auto, air, PS/PB, Power windows, Power vent windows, AM/FM power antenna, vacuum remote trunk release. 8 lug Alum wheels. I'm the 2nd owner, came with all glovebox literature & original window sticker, including a "thank you" card from the selling dealer.
26 04-14-2014 08:43 AM
Picture Keith Seymore - '63 Lemans convert
'63 Lemans convertible. Triple white, 326 auto, rally I wheels. PHS indicates it was "tagged" for a Mr Connor.
11 11-20-2013 11:09 AM
Picture Keith Seymore - '63 SD Catalina
That's it: one stinkin' picture is all I have of this great car. Factory race car, delivered and raced through Royal Pontiac, it was a '63 421 Super Duty (converted to an HO motor), 4 speed, aluminum front end and bumper, Bobcat appearance package. This car was scrapped in 1964 when the front end was removed at Royal to repair another (more famous) factory racer.

YouTube video of this car can be seen here (link updated 9/12/11):
7 01-14-2012 11:37 PM
Picture Keith Seymore - '64 GTO
Factory race car; 389 tripower 4 spd. Delivered and raced through Royal Pontiac, alledgedly the first GTO in the 12's in this area, it was used in a display at the Michigan State Fair. We no longer have this car - it was sold from the display (without our consent; with the headers and tow brackets still installed and the slicks in the trunk) in the summer/fall of 1964 - and it may still be in existence.
7 09-20-2011 07:10 AM

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