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John's two 1969 GTO hardtops outside. CLICK->
Antique Gold 1969 GTO hardtop with the Royal Bobcat paint scheme. Under the hood is a mean 472ci engine with Ram Air V heads! This goat won 1st place in the Popular Vote 68-69 Modified Class at the 2005 GTO National Convention in Saint Louis, Missouri. CLICK->
Antique Gold 1969 GTO Ram Air V hardtop, left rear view. The car was originally Anique Gold with the gold interior. It has Cragars with BF Goodrich T/A Radials 15x7 rear and 14x6 front. CLICK->
Antique Gold 1969 GTO Ram Air V hardtop, rear end view. It has the "Hurst Equipped" emblem on the trunklid. You betcha! CLICK->
Left rear quarter of this Antique Gold 1969 GTO Ram Air V hardtop. CLICK->
Peeking inside this Antique Gold 1969 GTO Ram Air V hardtop. The window has a "Royal Bobcat" sticker featuring the Philoh character wearing a racing helmet. CLICK->
This Antique Gold 1969 GTO Ram Air V hardtop has a gold interior. CLICK->
Antique Gold 1969 GTO Ram Air V hardtop, interior view. CLICK->
Peek through the Custom Sport steering wheel at the instrument panel. CLICK->
Antique Gold 1969 GTO Ram Air V hardtop, trunk view. CLICK->
The underside has been sandblasted and repainted. No undercoating was added. The gas tank has a sump. CLICK->
The hood boasts the rare engine parts on this car. CLICK->
This is the matching numbers Ram Air II WS engine that came with the car. CLICK->
Under the hood now is a 1965 4-bolt main 421ci engine with Ram Air V heads. Other engine goodies are: aluminum dual 4-barrel intake, dual 750 CFM Carter carbs, 9000 RPM Olver rods, Venolia forged high dome pistons, rocker rollers, solid roller cam and lifters, 990 steel crank (Super Duty NASCAR) 0.02 over on main bearings, 1/2 inch fuel lines, and MSD billet distributor with MSD 6 AL ignition box with 7000 RPM chip. This is connected to a Richmond 4-speed trans with bullet proof bell housing, Centerforce 2 clutch, 12-bolt posi rear with 4.10 gears. It runs on racing fuel only. This engine sounds great. UltimateGTO.com web helper Jeff Klein recorded an engine sound clip at the 2005 GTO Convention in St Louis. CLICK->
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Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jeffrey N. Meyer (Jefflerna.@ucd.net) - "I'm out here in the middle of the Pacific on the Island of Guam. I'm a GTO/Pontiac fan! Ever since my Dad owned a Green '68 GTO when I was young. There are 2 GTO's on this Island of 150 thousand people, I've seen or heard of a black '69 convertible, and heard of a (story) of a '64 stashed away somewhere. So maybe if I get rich someday (hee,hee) or if I go back to the states. I'll certainly buy a '68 or a '69 GTO!"