by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Hardtop Parking Lot
There's no bigger GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Right side view of Dustin's white 1969 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Left rear view of Dustin's white 1969 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Diecast model of a 1969 GTO. It's a 1:18 scale "Collector's Edition" model made by Ertl.
CLICK-> Jim DeArment (who has a 68 Tempest in the 68 Lot) sent in these pictures of a green 1969 GTO hardtop he found for sale in York Pennsylvania back in 1998. This car features a black vinyl top, redline tires mounted on Rally II wheels, hideaway headlights, and a hood tach.
CLICK-> Rear end detail on this green 1969 GTO. Jim comments, "The intention of the rear tail-light shot was to show the dealership emblem. It had a small indian-head on the left side. You don't see dealerships with cool emblems anymore."
CLICK-> The price of this nice 1969 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Red 1969 Custom S sport coupe pictured at the Classic GTO and Western NY GTO Club Meet in June of 2002.
CLICK-> Right front view of a nice blue 1969 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Left rear view of a blue 1969 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Left front view of a blue 1969 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Interior view of a blue 1969 GTO hardtop. The seats have been recovered with blue fabric instead of vinyl, but they're stitched with the same design. A very nice job.
CLICK-> A Chrome Yellow 1969 GTO with plum stripes and a black vinyl top owned by Ken Anderson from Wasilla, Alaska. Ken tells us this story about his GTO, "I first purchased my GTO in 1974 when I was 15 years old and lived in the Chicago area. At the time of purchase, the car had a blown engine and a crinkled front fender. Since this car was only 5 years old at that time I had to assume it had been abused. The lady I bought the car from was going thru a divorce and this GTO was her husband's car. We came to an agreement for me to purchase the car for $600.00. Thats right $600.00! I knew then that this was her way of getting back at him. So now with the car in my father's garage, the search was on to find an engine and fender. My father found a 1969 Bonneville with a 428 and I purchased it for only $400.00. The fender was found at a local junkyard. The original color was Palladium Silver code 69 P. I decided to paint the car Firemist Red a Buick Riviara color. A few years later after storing it for the winter, my wife decided to drive our newborn son to the doctor in the GTO for a check up. She only made it 3 blocks and got into a wreck. She and our baby was ok but my goat was not. She wrecked the front end pretty good, bent the bumper, valance, hood and fenders. After settling with insurance company I decided to fix her up once again, 3/4 of the way finished we decided to move to Alaska. So with a 68 front end and headlight assembly, I headed up the highway to Alaska. When I arrived in Alaska I realized that there werenít many paved roads. So I parked my car for 14 years (all while in a garage). Well, they finally paved our roads so it was time to put the goat back on the road. After a year and a half of restoration itís finally done. Itís painted Chrome Yellow with Plumb Crazy stripes and has a black vinyl top and interior and those famous 69 hideaways. I got a little carried away with the plumb crazy and added a mopar stripe over the trunk just like the old mopars used to have. It looks pretty cool though. This GTO rocks!!!!!!!"
CLICK-> Right rear view of Ken's Alaskian yellow 1969 GTO.
CLICK-> Here's a couple of pictures of Tommy Goldasich's Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardtop taken back in 1975. Tommy says, "I purchased this car in 1975 from a girl's father who thought she was a little too fast (the car!). A 350hp 400 with auto tranny that had about 42,000 miles on it. I had to cough up $675!"
CLICK-> Interior view of Tommy's Verdoro Green 1969 hardtop.
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