Black 1969 LeMans with a black interior sent in by Jon Stenklyft. CLICK->
1969 Custom S 4-door owned by Chris Kucsma from Maine. Chris inherited it from his great Aunt in Ohio. The picture is from when Chris was younger driving it around his Grandparents' yard. It's an automatic with a 6cyl and the 2 speed powerglide tranny. CLICK->
Blue 1969 GTO hardtop with a white vinyl top. CLICK->
Nice red 1969 GTO with a black vinyl top owned by Tom Freeman. CLICK->
Green 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Mike Biskupich from Avon, Ohio. It's a numbers matching car with the original 400 engine. It's got a mild cam, a 400 turbo automatic with a shift kit, the original 10 bolt 323 rear-end, power steering, power brakes, a AM-FM radio, factory boxed in lower control arms, a rear sway bar, and an in-dash tach and rally guages. CLICK->
Right rear view of this green 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Mike Biskupich (email@example.com). CLICK->
Three shots of a blue 1969 GTO hardtop. It features hideaway headlights, a hood tach, and Rally II wheels. CLICK->
Crystal Turquoise 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Craig Staggs. CLICK->
Mike Russo (ROOIN.U@prodigy.net) sent us this "before" picture of his blue 1969 GTO hardtop just after he painted it. It was Expresso Brown. He used it as his daily driver from 1980 till 1994 when.... (see next picture) CLICK->
SLAM! Mike's 1969 GTO hardtop soon after he painted it. CLICK->
1969 GTO hardtop being primered. Owned by Eugene Anderson from Green Forest, Arkansas. We've also got pictures of his 1966 GTO and 1967 GTO on this site. CLICK->
Right rear view of Eugene Anderson's primered 1969 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Left front view of Eugene Anderson's primered 1969 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Blue 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Lynn Stroschein from Chandler, Arizona. It features a numbers matching 400 with ceramic headers, xpattern exhausts with Hooker mufflers and American Racing rims. CLICK->
Rear end view of Lynn Stroschein's blue 1969 GTO hardtop. It has a pair of Chevy SS stripes.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jeff Kinsella-Shaw (deepend.@prodigy.net) -" You should get a nobel prize or something for putting this all together. I've lusted after a GTO since the first time I saw one as an awestruck eight year old in 1966. Bless you."