by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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Blue 1969 GTO convertible owned by Mike Curro from Davis, California.|
CLICK-> Blue 1969 GTO convertible, interior view. The car is wearing a dash cover.
CLICK-> Red 1969 LeMans convertible owned by Dennis Dominic from Altamont, New York. Dennis tells us more, "I got this car in 1998 from the original owner - my Father. I traded him my 1972 18' Glasstron boat with a 150hp outboard for it. The car is in great shape. It is all original except for side mirrors and new top. It's got a 350 with 76,000 miles."
CLICK-> Red 1969 LeMans convertible, right rear view.
CLICK-> Expresso Brown 1969 GTO convertible owned by Bill Albert from Simpsonville, South Carolina. Bill tells us more, "This car has the WT 400ci 350 HP engine. It is combined with a 3-speed manual Dearborn M13 transmission with a floor mounted Hurst shifter. There were 2,415 made with a manual transmission. Does anyone know how many of those were 3-speeds and how many were the optional 4-speed for an additional $184.80? The car was assembled in Baltimore on March 13, 1969 and delivered to Miller Pontiac, Inc in Columbus, GA. My son bought the car in 1980 from its owner in Clifton, NJ. He drove the car through four years of college. The car then sat covered and then uncovered in our back yard until 1991 when a frame up restoration was started. The restoration was completed in July of 1995. We drive and enjoy it. One day it will go back to my son that brought it into our family."
CLICK-> Nothing could be finer, the license plate says. This is an Expresso Brown 1969 GTO convertible, rear end view. This car has the gold interior.
CLICK-> Here is a close-up of the hood tach.
CLICK-> Expresso Brown 1969 GTO convertible, interior view. Only early 1969 GTOs without air conditioning had no "GTO" nameplate over the climate controls on the dash. This one has a floor shift manual transmission without the console.
CLICK-> Expresso Brown 1969 GTO convertible, trunk view. Looks like a vintage tire in there, along with the proper hold-down and jack parts. Look inside the trunk lid and see the sticker showing instructions for proper jacking. I notice that this car was probably painted, then assembled. You can tell by looking at the trunklid bolts. They have not been sprayed with body color paint.
CLICK-> That's a WT code 400ci 350 HP engine under the hood of this 1969 GTO convertible. It was standard equipment.
CLICK-> Joe Wolf used to own this Marina Blue 1969 GTO convertible. Joe explains, "I bought the car in 2001, repainted it and installed new interior. It was an 82,000 mile car that the original owner sold to the guy I bought it from when she felt too old to drive it. It had air, power steering, and drum brakes. After a few months the seller called to ask if I would sell the car back to him. He had solved his financial problems and his wife wouldn't even talk about buying another classic car but this one. He felt threatened with divorce, so I sold it back to him. He took it back to Houston and surprised his wife with it. There are other convertibles out there somewhere.... and I'm looking for a nice '65 to '70 at this time."
CLICK-> Marina Blue 1969 GTO convertible, right side view. This car has a blue interior and a black convertible top.
CLICK-> Marina Blue 1969 GTO convertible, left side view.
CLICK-> Marina Blue 1969 GTO convertible with fixed headlights. This car has a passenger side mirror. This was an option in 1969.
CLICK-> Marina Blue 1969 GTO convertible, rear end view. The power antenna (on the right rear fender) is down.
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