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1969 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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CLICK-> 69 GTO RA engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Ram Air engine view of Eric's red 1969 GTO convertible.

CLICK-> 69 GTO Magazine Ad [an error occurred while processing this directive] Vintage 2 page magazine ad featuring a green 1969 GTO convertible and a 1969 Firebird 400 sent in by John Greco. This ad is from the October 25, 1968 issue of Life Magazine. The copy under the GTO reads, "Dull driving can get to be a habit. Now - aren't you ready to break away?"

CLICK-> blue 69 GTO conv (in back) [an error occurred while processing this directive] Mmmm! Babes with muscle cars! This little image came from the web site of a Canada company that handles 60's & 70's GM Muscle Cars, Parts, Sales, Service and Restoration. Look them up in Ontario at 4256 Chesswood Drive, Downsview, Ontario, Canada. There's a blue 1969 GTO convertible in there somewhere.

CLICK-> Red 69 GTO conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] This red 1969 GTO convertible picture is from James Chaney from Somerset, Kentucky. This car was bought new at Charlie Bell Pontiac in Somerset, Kentucky. The car was found in a barn in 1999 when a bypass was being built. It had been stored there since 1974. He bought it for $4000. It is being restored. A license plate will go on the front that reads DEBBIE'S NIGHTMARE. Debbie is his wife.
CLICK-> red 69 GTO conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] Right rear view of James's red 1969 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> red 69 GTO conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] James sent in these updated pictures of his Matador Red 1969 GTO convertible. This is after the restoration.
CLICK-> red 69 GTO conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] The top is up on this Matator Red 1969 GTO convertible, right front view. For 1969, the fender badge was changed to the letters "GTO" riding on a chrome bar. This car has no hideaway headlamps. Some owners preferred not to get the option. They sure saved themselves the maintenance headaches! The cars with the hidden headlight doors often required repairs.
CLICK-> 69 GTO interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Matador Red 1969 GTO convertible, interior view. The fuzzy dice hang from the mirror. Automatic transmission. It is rumored that you can fit a hidden CD changer inside the center console compartment. That is the thing between the seats with a flip-up lid on it.
CLICK-> 69 GTO engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Matador Red 1969 GTO convertible, engine view. As evidenced by the words on the air cleaner lid, the car has a 400 engine with a 4 barrel carburetor. On the right, you can view the master brake cylinder with the power brake option. There is no air conditioning on this car.
CLICK-> Red 69 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] James' Matador Red 1969 GTO convertible at a car show in Berea, Kentucky back in May 2003.
CLICK-> Red 69 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is an updated shot of James and Debbie Chaney's Matador Red 1969 GTO convertible taken at the Somernites Cruise in Somerset, Kentucky on September 22nd, 2009.

CLICK-> 1969 Custom S conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is a 1969 Custom S convertible from Tom Marshall. It resides in Pennsylvania. The Custom S cars had badging on the front portion of the fender. In the grille, it says "PONTIAC". The owner has added a GTO hood to this car. ...looks great with the hood scoops instead of the flat hood that originally came with the car.

CLICK-> green 69 GTO conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rear view of a green 1969 GTO convertible. Check out the exhaust tips, both are on the left side. Over the years, many cars got non-original exhaust components added. The most common thing that will happen to a stock car with stock exhaust tips is "removal". The stainless tips get discarded when the original exhaust pipes wear out. Then a shop will just "turn down" the ends of the pipes. But these days, reproduction exhaust tips are available from restoration parts vendors. That makes it much easier to put a car back to stock-looking configuration. ...including the original-style stainless exhaust tips. It's owned by Jerry VanSteenburg who wrote in with this comment, "This picture was taken just prior to my purchasing this vehicle. I purchased it in April 2000. I have done some minor restoration and I did replace the exhaust and have the original-style chrome exhaust tips. This is a great car and a GRRRRREAT GTO!!!!!! This car spent the first 25 years of it's life in California"
CLICK-> green 69 GTO conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] Left front view of a green 1969 GTO convertible with fixed headlights and a hood tach.
CLICK-> 69 GTO conv interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Interior view of this green 1969 GTO convertible.
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