by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Hardtop Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Here's some shots of Jeremy's car all done. It's silver with black stripes over the top. He's painted the front bumper body color.
CLICK-> Silver 1969 Custom S, right rear view. Jeremy also painted the rear bumper.
CLICK-> Silver 1969 Custom S, rear end view.
CLICK-> Jeremy says that he redid the dash, switching from a bench seat to buckets, moving from a column shift auto to a B&M floor shifter, and a console. Is that a "heads up" tach?
CLICK-> Jeremy did some work to his 1969 Custom S. He changed the color and added a GTO hood, spoiler, also Hooker headers.
CLICK-> Orange 1969 Custom S, right front view.
CLICK-> Orange 1969 Custom S, left front view.
CLICK-> Orange 1969 Custom S, left rear view. Jeremy painted the rear bumper orange too.
CLICK-> Orange 1969 Custom S, rear fender view.
CLICK-> Jason picked up his next project car for $1,200. He owns a white 1971 Judge shown in our 1971 lot. Here's the story, "My new project is a 69 gto 4-speed car. It has a code WW block and still has some of the Ram Air parts left on it. The car has no power options like steering, brakes, or air. The car is a 4-speed, 4.33 posi, delux PMD steering wheel, and Rally gauges."
CLICK-> Here's what happens when you let your Great One sit. It rots away. This was a Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> What's missing from this 1969 GTO: hood, trunk lid, engine, Endura front bumper, disc brakes, interior, dash, steering column.
CLICK-> What's there for this 1969 GTO: good side and rear glass, 69 Grand Prix turbo 400 core, driveshaft, 2.56 rear, 2 Rally II rims, frame brackets for the engine, bent front valence, very rusty frame, Tempest Custom S right front fender, rusted left rocker panel, and a set of Endura front bumper brackets.
CLICK-> The photo submitter trailered this 1969 GTO home and took a couple of more shots. There is a lot of metal missing here.
CLICK-> The right rear side isn't much better.
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