Todd Hall’s got a nine-second-capable Mustang street car, so when he set out to build a bit more sedate cruiser, he could have easily fallen into the trap of building something boring.

Except he’s not that sort of guy. Instead he’s built one of the best-looking streeters around and packed it full of equally as good parts and performance to match. The car’s so good in fact that it graces the cover of the October issue of NZV8 (Issue No. 137), but here’s are a few extra photos that didn’t make the print coverage.

To read the full story on Todd Hall's 1966 Pontiac GTO, grab the October issue of NZV8 (Issue No. 137) now:

Todd Wylie

Todd Wylie has been involved with NZV8 magazine since before the first issue was printed, and has been the editor for the last eight years. Growing up in the heyday of the Jap-import scene, he's not adverse to Japanese vehicles, having worked for NZ Performance Car previously, as well as owning a few well-known examples. These days he cruises at a slower pace in a 1956 Cadillac Coupe and dreams of building a Model A tudor.