by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Hardtop Parking Lot
There's no bigger GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Red 1969 GTO hardtop, interior door emblem view.
CLICK-> Final view of this red 1969 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Ron Green sent in this pictures of his blue 1969 GTO hardtop at the drag strip. Ron comments, "My old 69 GTO - wish I still had it. The pictures were taken in 1975."
CLICK-> Another view of Ron's blue 1969 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Grant Udorf (email@example.com) found this car. He tells the story like this, "To tell you the truth about that 69 GTO thats out to pasture, a friend of mine spotted it in a farmers field. When I went out there to look at it there was no one around to talk to. The car is not sitting there anymore. I don't know what has happened to it. I do remember the interior including the dash was recovered in crushed velvet, and the headliner had mexican dingle balls hanging all the way around the window line. It also had Trans Am wheel flares welded on the rear quarters."
CLICK-> Two more shots of this yellow 69 GTO hardtop half buried in the snow. Check out the strange custom top.
CLICK-> Another shot of that custom roof on this yellow 69 GTO.
CLICK-> Here's a closer look at those Trans Am wheel flares on this yellow 69 GTO.
CLICK-> Blue 1969 GTO with a black vinyl top heating up the tires at the Pontiac Power Days show and drag at Cordova Dragway Park in Cordova Illinois in 1996.
CLICK-> Stock engine picture from a red 1969 GTO with air conditioning.
CLICK-> Another view of the engine on this red 1969 GTO.
CLICK-> This is a diecast car that has been customized. Paul Kravchak (firstname.lastname@example.org) started out with a '69 GTO Judge by Danbury Mint. He used this website for research and ended up with this Royal Bobcat car. Paul Kravchak runs K&S Models. They specialize in customizing diecast cars, mostly Danbury Mint and Franklin Mint.
CLICK-> Right rear view of this custom diecast 1969 GTO scale model.
CLICK-> Right side view of this custom diecast 1969 GTO scale model.
CLICK-> Tim Wilson (email@example.com) sent in these pictures of a 1969 LeMans that he purchased in the summer of 2001. He says that it has a 350ci engine, bucket seats, and an automatic on the floor.
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