by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Hardtop Parking Lot
There's no bigger GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> The owner is open to serious offers. Pic #5.
CLICK-> If interested in this GTO, email Charles & Iris at legnaone@WORLDNET.ATT.NET. Pic #6.
CLICK-> You've never seen a 1969 GTO tattoo before. This was emailed to me by Julee who says: "Sean - Wow! What a great site! I've had this 69 Pontiac Tempest GTO tattoo for about 4 years now. I can only dream of owning that very car - never even been in one. My goal for the coming months is to find the cheapest running one available and buy it (but I noticed they're way out of my price range). Any suggestions? I picked this car for my tattoo out of a book of muscle cars because A) it was the year I was born (1969) B) totally rad looking and C) a mean muscle car! Now I know I'm not alone!"
CLICK-> This 1969 GTO has a vinyl top and hideaways. It is gold. This one belongs to Jimmy Means.
CLICK-> Jimmy says: "The car has the original YS 350hp 400 and TH400. The color is the factory color as is the top. I am the third owner and it only has 96,000 miles on it. Also the car has never been out of Texas and/or New Mexico. It was built at the Pontiac plant in Texas in late 1968"
CLICK-> Here is a look at the right side of Jimmy's car.
CLICK-> Look at the front of this Texas car. Nice! Jimmy Means also has an email address at (FirebirdGallery@0rdernet.com) which is with his web page called The Premier Firebird Trans Am Gallery. It is basically the Firebird equivalent to The Ultimate GTO Picture Site. He has created an excellent web page featuring all years of Firebirds from 1967 to present with thumbnails. The web page location is http://www.0rdernet.com/Mean_Pontiac/
CLICK-> The 1969 GTO featured tail lights that met the trunk lid. This was a change from 1968 when the tail lights were lower, integrated into the bumper. The gas filler cap is located underneath the license plate. The license plate frame swings down via a concealed hinge.
CLICK-> This is a numbers matching 99% original GTO with a Ram Air IV engine. The proud owner is Mark Sinclair (firstname.lastname@example.org) who says the car has only 46,000 miles! Note the Royal Bobcat-type striping on the hood.
CLICK-> Mark's ride has been featured in GOATFINDER GTO CLASSIFIEDS. It has the original Limelight Green paint with dark green interior.
CLICK-> This unrestored GTO has the Muncie M-21 transmission, 4.33 safe-t-track rear end, Rally gauge package (in-dash tach), front disc brakes, custom sport wheel, Rally II wheels. Mark says he has full dealer documentation. Mark tells us: "It is one of 549 manual RA IV hardtops built and one of 210 Manual 4.33 RA IV cars built. Actually of the 549, 239 were Judges so there were only 310 non-Judge cars of which mine is one."
CLICK-> Larry Rawlings provides yet another look at his collection of Pontiac Breakaway posters. This is a snapshot of his 1969 hardtop poster. Notice the optional side cornering light.
CLICK-> This heavily customized 1969 GTO has 2 license plates on the front. The paint is Violet Pearl with a Black Cherry basecoat/clearcoat. Can you see the design on the hood?
CLICK-> The trunk lid reads "Problem Child".
CLICK-> Here is a closeup of the hood. There is a mural of a sabre toothed tiger and a cobra.
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