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Not sure if this is Scott or the previous owner and his three kids. CLICK->
The 1969 GTO hardtop in Scott's garage. He has begun to take it apart. CLICK->
Here is Scott's Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop on display at a car show. CLICK->
Another shot of this Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop at a carshow. CLICK->
This show was actually in Lake Worth, Florida. It was parked in front of Aimotravel, 706 Lake Avenue, a one-way street that leads to Kreusler Memorial Park. CLICK->
Scott sends us some updated shots of his Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Let's take a peek under the hood. CLICK->
Here is an action shot of Scott's Mechanic putting the finishing touches on his engine. CLICK->
Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop, right front view. Scott Mcgillivray switched out his white lettered tires for a set of Redline tires. He has also swapped out the stock chrome mirrors for some that match the car's paint and match the shape of the hood tach better. CLICK->
Here is a slick Palladium Silver 1969 GTO hardtop, right rear view. No radio antenna? CLICK->
Andy Epstein owns this awesome Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardtop. Andy tells us more, "It is a PHS documented 400-4bbl Ram Air III (WS block) GTO. Other features include M-20 wide ratio 4-speed, Hurst 'T' handle shifter, 12 bolt rear w/sway bar, 3.55 gears, Flowmaster exhaust, Rally II wheels, Redline tires, hideaway headlights, Rally gauges, radio delete, power
steering, power disc brakes and air conditioning. It was built in the Framingham, Massachusetts plant and shipped to Regal Pontiac in West
Caldwell, New Jersey in March of 1969. The suggested resale in 1969 was
Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardtop, left front view. CLICK->
Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
Black 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Roger Kral from Harrison City, Pennsylvania. Roger had this to share, "I used this site to learn about the GTOs before I bought mine. I look at this site every day. I bought this GTO October, 2003. It is a 400 4-speed with 390 Posi 10-bolt rearend. When I bought the car it had a built up 326 in it. I found a 400 that was already done the way I wanted to do it and put it in to make the car correct. The 326 is for sale and was a fresh rebuild. The 4-speed and rearend had the correct VIN stamps but who knows what happend to the original motor. My 5 year son loves the GTO and so does my 6 month old daughter. I pull up to the cruises and to the most amazed looks when I pull out the stroller."
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Paul Alexander Klopf (paul.klopf.@dewr.gov.au) - "I own the Australian version of the new GTO and simply they have nothing on the originals. Thanks for your help mate."