by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Here is a shot of the front passenger side kick panel before restoration. Notice the nice big speaker cutout. Only non-air cars had these vent knobs on the kick panels.
CLICK-> The driver's side kick panel has been restored and mounted.
CLICK-> This is the dash pad prior to restoration. Notice the holes above the climate controls for additional gauges.
CLICK-> Ken had the dash pad restored and now has it installed. Ken tells us the details, "It was from a company called 'Acu-Form'. Lots of talk about these caps on the PY site, the comments are correct. Go to 'Just Dashes' if you want concours, but for a daily driver they're fine. The fit was O.K. (my Dremel skills have increased greatly)."
CLICK-> Another shot of the newly restored dash pad with instuments installed.
CLICK-> NEW POST Ken MacDonald is finished restoring his Palladium Silver 1969 GTO convertible. Ken adds, "I got the last pieces of the puzzle installed today (rear seat belts). It isn't a numbers matching car and it's far from perfect, but I'm happy with it. It is being appraised tomorrow, then insured and licensed. I hope to take it on its first ride since 1992 when I started the resto."
CLICK-> NEW POST Palladium Silver 1969 GTO convertible, rear end view.
CLICK-> NEW POST Shot down the right side of Ken's finished Palladium Silver 1969 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> NEW POST Check out the finsihed red interior.
CLICK-> NEW POST Looks good from the passenger side door opening too. It has aftermarket red GTO floor mats front and back.
CLICK-> NEW POST It's cool how far down the front seat folds down to get into the rear seats. Since there are no dome (roof) lights in a convertible, the lights are moved to the rear armrest.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 LeMans convertible owned by Ryan Cole from Rowlett, Texas. Ryan tells us, "I got this car four years ago when I was in 8th grade as a project car. I've rebuilt it and gotten to where it is today through sweat, blood, and too much money. It has a 400 out of a 67 GTO and has the GTO paint but decided to stay with the LeMans bumper and emblems. It's a great car and draws a lot of attention especially for me at such a young age."
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 LeMans convertible, right side view.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 LeMans convertible, left side view.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 LeMans convertible, left rear view.
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