Green 1969 LeMans hardtop owned by Al Trickey from Knoxville, Tennessee. Al tells us more, "Let me introduce the sharpest Pontiac ever seen on the road. It is all matching numbers, 2br carb, 400 with auto trans, bucket seats, and console. It has 123k actual miles. I drove this one a little bit more. I paid $9750 for this car in 1979. How much do you think it is worth now? This is one of two I own. I am the second owner."Click here to see Al's other LeMans with the help of the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with year=1969, model=LeMans, color=gold, and owner=Al Trickey. CLICK->
Greem 1969 LeMans hardtop, right rear view. CLICK->
Liberty Blue 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Roger Knight. There is another picture of his car on the 2002-Indy Carshow Lot. Roger had this to say about this photo, "Here is a picture of my 1969 GTO, that I took in front of the Young's Pontiac Dealership in Amanda, Ohio on October 11, 2002. The only difference in the building , since 1969 when I took delivery of My GTO, is the sign that now says Louie Young Motor Sales Inc. In 1969 the sign said Young's Pontiac. Louie Young is the brother of Harold Young who was the owner of Young's Pontiac in 1969. Louie Young had a used car lot in Lancaster, Ohio, and the sign that is on the building was at Louie Young's car lot. Gary Young who is the son of Louie now owns the building hence the sign now on the building. I talked to Gary and he told me that my GTO had to be the last GTO sold at Young's Pontiac before they went out of business." CLICK->
Here's a composite of pictures of Stephan Wright's red 1969 GTO hardtop. It has the 400ci 365hp engine with the turbo 400 automatic transmission. Steve's sister, Marion, included a poem about his obsession with it. CLICK->
OLD GOAT aka "Stephan A Wright" in his youth with his original red 1969 GTO. CLICK->
Another shot of Stephan's old red Goat. CLICK->
Greg Lambert from Edwards AFB in California picked up this green 1969 GTO for $200 in the year 2000. He's starting to restore it. CLICK->
Looks like there was a vinyl top on it at one time. CLICK->
Front end view of Greg's project 1969 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Left front view of Greg's project. CLICK->
This shot shows the basic gauges. Greg could put either a clock or a tach in the third instrument pod. It's got an automatic floor shift with a console. Lots of little stuff to fix in here. CLICK->
Gold 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Dave Greend from Wahpeton, North Dakota. He purchased it as a rolling chassis in 1988. It has a gold interior, hideaway headlights, and Rally II wheels without trim rings. The tires are Firestone Firehawks. The vanity plate on this car says "GOAT 69". CLICK->
Side view of Dave's gold 1969 GTO hardtop. Look at the ducks in the background. Wow, what a beautiful area. CLICK->
Looks like Dave likes gold Pontiacs. CLICK->
Take a look at this 1969 Custom S sport coupe that Fredrick Lundberg from Sweden purchased! Fredrick says that the front seats are out of a Volvo 142. It's a sport coupe because there is a solid post between the side windows. This allows the car to be lighter in weight because the roof doesn't need to be as strong.
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