by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Cannot help but smile when you are in a GTO.
CLICK-> Green 1969 GTO convertible owned by Ken Lulloff from Neenah, Wisconsin. Ken commented, "I bought this car in Minnesota in November 2002. I have just started to restore it. It has the matching numbers transmission but the engine is not. It has a correct 400 though. It is a fun car to drive, but the manual steering is quite a workout."
CLICK-> Green 1969 GTO convertible, right front view. Looks like the hideaway headlight doors could use some work. We have a "Text Topics" article which can help called, Fix your hideaway headlights which is article #24.
CLICK-> Green 1969 GTO convertible, right rear view. It's got the "Hurst Equipped" emblem on the trunk lid.
CLICK-> Palladium Silver 1969 GTO convertible owned by Brownie. Brownie added, "Ok, better/sexier shots soon! - Luv my Goat!"
CLICK-> Close-up of the interior in this Palladium Silver 1969 GTO convertible. Where's Brownie?
CLICK-> Brownie sends in a couple more pictures of her Palladium Silver 1969 GTO convertible. Brownie tells us, "I love my goat and I am currently looking for a mate. Not for me, but for my car! An old goat '67 or perhaps a younger '71. Any suggestions?"
CLICK-> Palladium Silver 1969 GTO convertible and Brownie.
CLICK-> Green 1969 GTO convertible with fixed headlights. This picture was taken by Stephan Wright when he was at the Lake Afton All Wheels car show Kansas June 2003.
CLICK-> Red 1969 GTO convertible owned by John Pentesco from Sandy, Utah.
CLICK-> Blue 1969 Custom S convertible. This car was for sale on the internet fall of 2003. It was originally sold by Bill Lang Pontiac in Vallejo, California, on May 5, 1969 for $3,800. 350 engine with 4 barrel carb.
CLICK-> Blue 1969 Custom S convertible, left rear view.
CLICK-> Blue 1969 Custom S convertible, with top up.
CLICK-> BLUE!!! The interior in this blue 1969 Custom S is also blue.
CLICK-> Here's that 350 engine with 4 barrel carb under the hood of this 1969 Custom S.
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