by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> DJ's Liberty Blue GTO convertible at a car show. DJ has returned to a stock looking passenger side mirror.
CLICK-> "Well Wishers" at a car show.
CLICK-> Liberty Blue 1969 GTO convertible, engine view.
CLICK-> This is the first photo in a series showing a Bronze 1969 GTO convertible owned by William Masterson from Medway, Massachusetts. William comments, "I bought this car off the original owner 33 and a half years years ago. It is an original numbers matching car: 400, 4-speed, posi rear, AM/FM original radio, and gauge package with tach. It has never been driven in the winter. [As of early 2007] This car is up for sale. Anyone interested contact my email, firstname.lastname@example.org "
CLICK-> Bronze 1969 GTO convertible, left rear view.
CLICK-> Bronze 1969 GTO convertible, front seat view. This Goat has a tan interior.
CLICK-> Bronze 1969 GTO convertible, interior shot from the passenger side.
CLICK-> Close-up of the instruments. This one has the optional Rally gauges in the far left pod and the optional tach in the far right pod. Another option for the right pod was a clock.
CLICK-> Bronze 1969 GTO convertible, door panel
CLICK-> The flake paint on this 1969 GTO convertible is called Ruby Slippers. It's owned by Paula & Dennis Gooden from Lancaster, Kentucky. Paula tells us, "We found this beauty high in the mountains of Colorado in 2003. Sounds too good to be true? You're right! Back then it was bright Ford Purple, and in need of serious TLC. It has had a complete off-frame restoration, including a custom paint job which is PPG Liquid Crystal. The GTO came equipped with all the luxuries available then: P/W, P/B, P/S, etc. Also notice the retro Cragars. Just one of the great things about this car is the fact that it had no rust, and no body damage of any kind. After all the work done, we're finally getting to enjoy 'Her.' Hope you do too!"
CLICK-> Lots of modifications under the hood.
CLICK-> Here is a shot of Paula and Dennis's Ruby Slipper 1969 GTO convertible at a local car show. In this photo, the paint looks like it is a liquid.
CLICK-> Ruby Slipper 1969 GTO convertible in the driveway.
CLICK-> The interior is parchment.
CLICK-> Here is a shot during restoration with the front clip removed.
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