by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Hardtop Parking Lot
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This is one of the Kellogg GTO Contest Cars! This car was won in 1968 by a 13 year old girl from California who participated in a contest she found on the side of a Kellogg’s Cereal Box. Too young to drive, her family did accept this car as the winning prize. This car was first seen on UltimateGTO.com, featured several years before it was shown in car magazines. More information can be found in our Text Topic #19 Article - The Kellogg's GTOs. The factory options on this car include the lower output 265HP 400 engine, 3-speed Hydra-Matic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, and Rally II wheels. |
CLICK-> Verdoro Green 1969 GTO Kellogg's Contest Car, front end view. This car has been restored. Sean is always on the lookout for more of the Kellogg's cars. Or maybe you know who won the Monkee's grand prize? Email Sean at Sean@UltimateGTO,com
CLICK-> Verdoro Green 1969 GTO Kellogg's Contest Car, right front view.
CLICK-> Verdoro Green 1969 GTO Kellogg's Contest Car, interior view. The steering wheel has been upgraded with an aftermarket version.
CLICK-> This car has the optional Economy 265hp 400ci engine with the 2 barrel carb.
CLICK-> This car was featured in the March/April 2005 issue of Pontiac Enthusiast Magazine. There is even a picture of 13 year old Leisa Hurley receiving the keys. The photo was originally seen in a 1969 newspaper. Then it was seen again in 1998 on UltimateGTO.com as part of the very first "Text Topics" articles.
CLICK-> Documentation for this GTO include: 1968 State of California temporary plate, Protect-O-Plate, invoice/build sheet, and ignition instruction tag.
CLICK-> Emerald Green 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Richard Quintana from San Carlos, California. He purchased it in the summer of 2005.
CLICK-> Richard has installed an Edelbrock Performer manifold with a Holley 670 Street Avenger carb on top and MSD electronic ignition.
CLICK-> Richard had a stereo in the glove compartment, but it was stolen. The thieves scratched up the side of the car pretty bad when breaking in. Richard says that the paint needs to be redone now.
CLICK-> Awesome Midnight Pearl 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Terry Timm from Rochester, Minnesota. Terry tells us, "I drove from Southeast Minnesota to Beverly Hills, California to trailer this one home. It was in pretty good shape but not up to my standards. I purchased it in August 2003. I just finished a total frame-off resto on it in May 2006. It is PHS documented, numbers matching 400-4bbl, AT, A/C, Rally gauges, and 3.23 rear end. I rebuilt the motor and tranny. I added electronic ignition, mild cam, ceramic coated headers, 2500 stall converter, double roller timing chain, all new tinted glass, headliner, and carpet. Too many new parts to list."
CLICK-> Close-up down-low shot of Terry's Midnight Pearl 1969 GTO hardtop. This one has hideaway headlights and a custom Judge-like stripe high on the fender/door-line.
CLICK-> Terry's Midnight Pearl 1969 GTO hardtop has modern larger diameter wheels.
CLICK-> Looks good from the rear too!
CLICK-> This is a Ram Air IV 1969 GTO hardtop as seen at the Pure Stock Drags in Stanton, Michigan.
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