This 1969 GTO convertible is owned by Richard Vander Heide from Michigan. This car's original color was Limelight Green with a white top. Here, the car appears to be Forest Green. CLICK->
This 1969 GTO is sitting in the cold snow. Looks like a nice car. Note how the hood scoops have been improperly painted black. The stock color for those is black. This car was for sale a few years ago. CLICK->
1969 GTO convertible on a checkered floor. Red! This car appears to have the optional Rally stripes. See the white pinstripe on the lower portion of the front fender? That's part of the Rally stripe that ran the length of the car, just above the rocker moulding. This car appears to be restored to concours standards. That looks like one of the "starting instructions" cardboard tags on the sun visor. CLICK->
1969 blue convertible. This one is pictured with the top down and with the top up. The car has the antenna mounted in the most common place, on the front fender. Some of them had a power antenna which was mounted on the rear quarter panel. CLICK->
A sharp green '69 GTO convertible. This one has chrome wheels. CLICK->
Four shots of a recently completed 1969 GTO convertible. CLICK->
Side view shows a hood tach and add-on Judge wing. CLICK->
1969 engine has many custom touches. Note this GTO has the plastic cowl grille covers instead of the "chicken wire" type used on some '68's. CLICK->
Same 1969 GTO showing off the interior. We're ready for action with this car. Radar detector is there. Car phone is on the console. And the keys are in it! CLICK->
Three views of a 1969 LeMans convertible. Car has many modifications from stock. Paint job with flames, etched glass, custom engine compartment with a Tri-power, tubular grille, and Judge wing. CLICK->
This drawing was part of a 1969 GTO magazine advertisement. CLICK->
Someone asked for an exploded parts diagram of a Goat. Here you go! CLICK->
1969 GTO convertible spotted in the Netherlands! This is one of several cars I've found that reside in foreign lands. This one is blue with a white top and white interior. CLICK->
Beautiful Gold 1969 GTO convertible. Double shot! CLICK->
EvaMarie Tornstrom from Sweden runs the Swedish Federation of Women's Motor Transport Corps. It's a voluntary defense organization. They train women to drive various vehicles to defend the country. In the background is her 1969 Pontiac GTO convertible.
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