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Another view of John Grech's burgundy 1969 GTO hardtop sitting next to an Impulse Blue Metallic 2004 GTO. John's GTO is right-hand-drive! The hood tach is even on the left side. It has a Ram Air III engine and air conditioning. CLICK->
Burgundy 1969 Ram Air III GTO hardtop sitting in front of a Mini Mart in Australia. John has had this car since 1997. CLICK->
Right-hand-drive burgundy 1969 Ram Air III GTO hardtop up close. John's GTO has cornering lamps on the front fenders. CLICK->
Right-hand-drive burgundy 1969 Ram Air III GTO hardtop. John switched to a set of more modern wheels. Is that kangaroo fence behind the car? CLICK->
John showing that his goat is more than just looks. John adds, "I was just having a bit of fun at the local drag strip. Just clearing
the cobwebs after a few months of bad weather." CLICK->
Burgundy 1969 GTO hardtop at the Lake. CLICK->
John has put Rally II wheels on his burgundy 1969 GTO hardtop. This picture was taken at the 2005 Pontiac Nationals at Benalla. CLICK->
John takes his Goat to a show to meet other Australian Goats. John adds, "This photo was taken at All American Day where we had 480 cars at the
top of a shopping center. In this picture there is a 1969 GTO Ram Air,
1969 GTO 455, 1969 Custom S convertible, and a 1966 GTO 454 Chev powered." John Grech's Goat took 'Best GTO of Show'. That far left white car looks like it has a home made front valance panel? CLICK->
John took pictures of three of the many GTOs at the 34th GM Day at Penrith car show. John's 1969 GTO is in the middle, Greg's 1968 GTO on the left and Keith's 1969 GTO on the right. CLICK->
Take a look at this right-hand-drive 1969 Ram Air III GTO hardtop. It's owned by Lee Lowndes from New South Wales, Australia. Lee is a friend of John Grech who owns another Australian right-hand-drive burgundy 1969 Ram Air III GTO pictured in the 1969 hardtop parking lot. CLICK->
Here's a picture of the dash in Lee's right-hand-drive 1969 GTO during restoration. How do they do these modifications? The brake and gas pedals are in the same locations. The parking brake is moved next to the gas. The gauges are in the same order left to right. The directional control on the steering column is on the left. CLICK->
Here's a shot of Lee's interior all finished up. CLICK->
I like that seat color combination. It looks especially great with the black/white car theme! Wow.
Lee's right-hand-drive white 1969 GTO hardtop at a car show. In Australia, does the gas swirling around in the carb go the opposite way? Do they have to accomodate for this by making the fuel pumps run backwards? CLICK->
Black 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Imran Chaudary from Wainfleet Ontario Canada. Imran says that this was his first car and that he's had it for 17 years. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says James Quigley (JSQuigley.@leggmason.com) - "I have been visiting your awesome web site for 16 months now and have yet to walk away with anything other than awe and lust for the GTO itself (particularly the ' 67 convertible) and total respect and admiration for the hard work and selfless effort you put towards maintaining this site."