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Limelight Green 1969 GTO hardtop, front end view (Up high). Nice. CLICK->
Limelight Green 1969 GTO hardtop, front end view (down low). CLICK->
Limelight Green 1969 GTO hardtop with the hood open. This one even has the hood insulation pad. Most people don't put those back on their cars. CLICK->
Limelight Green 1969 GTO hardtop, engine view. The dual snorkel air cleaner is stock for the standard 400ci 350hp engine for 1969. CLICK->
Carousel Red 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Myke Hamm from Greenwood, NS, Canada. Myke had this story to share, "I bought my GTO for $3000 in 2001, drove her home, and stripped her to the frame. She has the original matching numbers engine, right down to the exhaust manifolds. The seats are original and tear free, as well as the dash and console. She was originally a Crystal Turquoise car, but I decided to paint her Carousel Red, and have some fun with her. In about 10 years, I'll take her off the frame again, and change her back to the original color. She has 15 inch Pontiac wheels on her, and I have two sets of Protect-O-Plate warranty cards which show she was sold at Rumble Pontiac in Toronto, 11 March 1969." CLICK->
Carousel Red 1969 GTO hardtop, front end view. It seems as most 1969 GTOs have hideaway headlights. These are painted black like a Judge. CLICK->
Tim and Scott Smolinski own this Expresso Brown 1969 GTO hardtop and Mayfair Maize 1969 Judge hardtop. CLICK->
1969 GTO hardtop owned by Franklin Chisholm from Ashland, Virginia. He just finished the restoration of this car. Orbit Orange is a 1970 GTO color. This car was originally brown with a gold interior. CLICK->
Warwick Blue 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Todd Becker from Bismarck, North Dakota. Warwick blue is Todd's favorite color. Options include a YS 400 with automatic on the floor, factory A/C, AM/FM radio, disc brakes, and remote mirror. CLICK->
Warwick Blue 1969 GTO hardtop, front end view. Todd's Goat has a blue vinyl top and a blue interior. CLICK->
Warwick Blue 1969 GTO hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
Warwick Blue 1969 GTO hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
One final look at Todd's Warwick Blue 1969 GTO hardtop. How about using this picture for your desktop? Try these wallpaper sizes; 800-600 wallpaper and 1024-768 wallpaper. CLICK->
John Robinson owns these two black 1969 GTO hardtops. John describes the black one on the left, "It was originally a Verdero Green automatic with a Parchment interior. Now Starlight Black on black with a 4-speed. Engine is non-original 400 with 670 heads and RA3 exhaust manifolds. Factory options include power steering, power disc brakes, Safe-T-Track, Rally gauges with clock, hood tach (added), console, wood wheel, soft ray glass, rear power antenna, AM radio, lamp group, ride handling package, Rally II wheels (now 15x7), Judge spoiler (added), front spoiler (custom steel). Its blacked out look gets plenty of attention on cruise nights which are frequent." John next describes the black one on the right, "The car is a factory Black/Parchment 4-speed with 3.55:1 Safe-T-Track, all original paint and interior with 75,000 miles. Factory options include power steering, power disc brakes, Rally gauges with in dash tach, AM/FM, 8 track, tilt column, soft ray glass, console, hideaways. Hood tach and Judge spoiler added by previous owner. I am the 4th owner and have the original bill of sale and Protect-O-Plate. Drivetrain upgrades include 450 dyno hp Ram Air III engine with modified 48 heads, Hooker headers, 65 Tri-Power setup, and Richmond 5 spd trans. This car absolutely flies! I need new rear tires." CLICK->
Another shot of John's two black 1969 GTO hardtops. The one in the front has cornering lamps. The one in the back has a Tri-Power engine. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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