by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Nothing like traveling Norway in a Burgundy 1969 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1969 GTO convertible, front grille. Susanne's GTO has fixed headlights and a blacked out grille (like a Judge would have). Some 1969 GTO's were produced with plastic grille inserts in the little vents in the valance. This one does not have them.
CLICK-> Burgundy 1969 GTO convertible, left side view with the top down.
CLICK-> These must be Susanne's children in her Burgundy 1969 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> Here's Susanne working on her Burgundy 1969 GTO convertible. Probably scraping off old gaskets.
CLICK-> Instigating a tiger fight on the hood of Susanne's burgundy 1969 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> Here is Susanne and some of her friends at the "Classic Lady Rally 2004" held in Rattvik, Sweden. I'm just guessing, but I bet the theme is to dress in the same era as your car. This picture tricked me at first, until I saw the newer cars in the background.
CLICK-> This must be the judging part of the Classic Lady Rally show.
CLICK-> Mike Martin says that he just found this in his backyard. It's a rusty blue 1969 GTO convertible in pieces.
CLICK-> Rusty blue 1969 GTO convertible. Not much holds up the hood when the fenders aren't on the car. Looks like it had a hood tach.
CLICK-> Other side of this rusty blue 1969 GTO convertible. Looks like the gas tank is where the engine goes.
CLICK-> There's a whole bunch of parts in the trunk and interior of Mike's rusty blue 1969 GTO convertible. You never know what neat stuff you might find in a parts car. Maybe there's an iPhone hidden down in there. Or maybe an iPod or GPS or a Nintendo Wii. I think I see a PSP and a Blackberry.
CLICK-> The VIN for the 1969 GTO is on the dash near the window on the driver's side. Let's decode it. 2 stands for Pontiac. 24 stands for the GTO or Judge Model. 67 stands for the convertible body style. 9 is for the 1969 model year. B is for the Baltimore, Maryland assembly plant. 1 is for the V8 engine. 72727 is the sequential body number. You can decode your GTO with our Stats Explorer ™.
CLICK-> Limelight Green 1969 GTO convertible owned by Westley Hanbury from Clairton, Pennsylvania. Westley tells us, "I'm just about finished with my convertible GTO. It has an RAIV 428 and four-speed transmission. It still needs some cosmetic work but very fun to drive!"
CLICK-> Limelight Green 1969 GTO convertible, right rear view. That is a green convertible top!
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