by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Hardtop Parking Lot
There's no bigger GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> The 1969 GTO engine is a 400 Ram Air III which has been polished and blueprinted. The owner says this one is rated at 475 horsepower. This car will only cost you $33,000. No, wait! The price has been reduced. Will sacrifice for $19,500.
CLICK-> The car resides in London Ontario Canada. If interested, call (519) 685-9827. Or you can email the owner at firstname.lastname@example.org . If they tell you the car is sold, please let me know.
CLICK-> What about a Limelight Green car? This one came in from Harry Gedney from Florence, Montana. He says it is a numbers matching car with 4-speed, air conditioning, and a dark green vinyl top. Harry also has a 1965 GTO. You can see it by clicking on the Advance Picture Seacher (loaded with "Harry Gedney" as the owner).
CLICK-> Burgundy 1969 GTO with a black vinyl top owned by Don Marski from McHenry, Illinois.
CLICK-> This 1969 GTO is owned by David Pye from Rochester, New York. He says this is a Carousel Red Ram Air III with close-ratio 4-speed.
CLICK-> Ron is in the process of building his 1969 GTO with a fiberglass front end. I guess we might forgive him for installing that Chevy 350 engine. He says it will put out 550 horsepower.
CLICK-> This is Dave's 1969 GTO in Expresso Brown. It has a totally original interior and exterior.
CLICK-> A second view of Dave's GTO. It sports a 400 4-speed.
CLICK-> Kevin Doud's first and last GTO. This Midnight Green car can be seen roaming around Lebanon, Pennsylvania. A 455 hides under the hood. It has auto, air, woodgrain wheel and shifter.
CLICK-> A 1969 GTO sitting next to a 1970 GTO Judge. It's owned by Jeff Niessink from South Dakota. By the way, there are several pics of Jeff's '70 in the "70 Lot" section of this web site.
CLICK-> Do you want to see the restoration process on Jeff's car? The '69 was found in this condition. Someone had fixed it up to look sorta like a Judge. It appears to have a rear spoiler from another year of car in this photo.
CLICK-> Then the same car was saved from being turned red. Red was not the original color.
CLICK-> First an old quarter panel was cut off. You don't often get to study a picture like this in color. Most car magazines will never show you such a view in color. That makes it harder to identify where to make the sheetmetal cuts. Here, you see it in case you have to do such a job of replacing panels.
CLICK-> Replacement quarters were welded into place. The donor car was green.
CLICK-> Ahh. This GTO interior looks inviting. Hop in...
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