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Smoke Signals Editor-in-Chief Don Keefe Pens New Book on Pontiac GTO Restoration

Author Don Keefe, whose bylines and photo credits have appeared in dozens of publications over the last quarter-century, has written a new book on restoring 1964-74 GTOs for CarTech Publishing. With the help of such leading restoration experts as Scott Tiemann of Supercar Specialties, Melvin Benzaquen of Classic Restorations and GTOAA Gold Winner Imran Chaudary, Don shows you the processes involved with choosing the right car, disassembly, bodywork, paint, interior, electrical and the rebuilding of mechanical components. Other books show you what is correct, Don shows you how to do it! The book is 160 pages and is extensively illustrated with 400+ color photos. With truthful assessments of reproduction parts and real-world advice, Don’s book is a must-have for anyone contemplating the restoration of a 1964- 74 GTO or related Pontiac model.


Don Keefe has been writing about cars professionally since 1988 and in that time, has become one of the leading experts on Pontiacs, as well as American experimental and non-production cars. His byline and photography have appeared in High Performance Pontiac, Collectible Automobile, Hemmings Classic Cars, The Barrett-Jackson Experience, USA Today and Pontiacracing.com. Additionally, he has written promotional material for Pontiac-GMC and TV scripts for Speed TV and has appeared on the History Channel’s Dream Machines. Don lives in western New York and is currently the editor-in-chief of Smoke Signals, the official magazine of the Pontiac-Oakland Club International.

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Get your copy of How to Restore Your Pontiac GTO 1964-74, personally autographed by the author, for $5.00 off the cover price- Shipping Included!

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Don Keefe
178 Crescent Road
Fairport, NY 14450
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Dedication: This book, and all future works, are dedicated to my son,
Robert Thomas Keefe, the inspiration for everything I do.

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