by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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Red 1969 GTO convertible owned by Scott Hilliard from Greenville, South Carolina. It was built the first week of July in 1969.|
CLICK-> When Scott purchased this 1969 convertible, it did not come with the original engine. He's going to put this one in. It's got the correct code and build date.
CLICK-> Scott sends us some additional shots of his red 1969 GTO convertible with his wife Lisa.
CLICK-> Another shot of Lisa with the 1969 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> Take a look at all the options that came with this 1969 GTO convertible. This one was Cameo White (C) with a green top (9) and a green interior (56). It was sent in by Westley Hanbury from Clairton, Pennsylvania
CLICK-> This one is for a 1969 Ram Air IV GTO convertible. It was Palladium Silver (P) with a black top (2). It also has many popular options. All for a whopping $3,382.00!
CLICK-> Burgundy 1969 LeMans convertible found for sale on the internet by mike2helixcreative.com. The convertible top vinyl cover is white, which was always the same color as the seats. The actual color of the top may not be white.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1969 LeMans convertible, right rear view. Nice clean looking car. The Pontiac arrowhead rear fender side marker light was used on all LeMans and Tempest models in 1969. The GTO used a different side marker light on it's fender in 1969.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1969 LeMans convertible, interior view.
CLICK-> Black 1969 GTO convertible owned by Tony Camelo from Ontario, Canada. He's owned it for over 7 years. It was stock. Over the past couple of years he decided to make a few modifications. It looks stock from here, except for the Trans Am fender vents behide the front wheels.
CLICK-> Black 1969 GTO convertible, another left front view. He's got a set of big tires in the rear. The car is set up with Judge options.
CLICK-> Here we go! It's a flip-top GTO!
CLICK-> Another view of Tony's modified black 1969 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> Green 1969 GTO convertible being taken home by Andrew Kuncas. Andrew had this to say, "I purchased this '69 ragtop in '89 from the original owner for $1200. He put about 145,000 miles on the car and it still has all the original drivetrain. It ran very well and delivered good mpg even at 75-80 mph. He always parked it under a tree which littered the car with tiny leaves which collected in the car's inner cavities and rotted the car out badly from the inside. It is probably not restorable except by a wizard with a welder. It has a YS block 400 automatic console, PS, no PB (drums), cornering lamps, deluxe wire wheel covers, hideaways, power antenna, AM radio and a 3.55 open rear. It is now out of the weather awaiting its fate."
CLICK-> Green 1969 GTO convertible owned by Paul Welch from Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Paul bought it restored from a body man in Wisconsin in June 2002. The engine is a 350 out of a 70 LeMans. He's looking for a hideaway headlight setup and a 400 engine. Paul says that he has a switch for a power antenna, but there is no hole in the rear fender. You can see the antenna on the front fender in this picture.
I asked Paul to confirm his VIN. LeMans cars start with a "23" while GTOs start with a "24". Paul was surprised to find out that his car started life as a LeMans. The seller was obviously misrepresenting this car. It is unclear how much of this car is GTO and how much is LeMans. It will probably affect resale value, but exactly what is the value of a super nice looking convertible like this?
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