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Stock 400ci 4-barrel V8 engine. CLICK->
The interior is black in color. CLICK->
Carousel Red 1969 Judge clone hardtop owned by Bob Bannasch. Bob tells us, "It is a real GTO - PHS documented. I bought it in the spring of 2007. Although the car was in extremely nice shape it did not meet my standards. During the summer I worked on getting everything mechanically sound. I wanted to make sure my wife would be comfortable driving it. I am in the process of doing a pretty major restoration on it - not a frame off but darn close. My wife thinks I am nuts and says it was already cherry. I would consider it to be 'A' driver quality." CLICK->
Another shot of Bob's Carousel Red 1969 Judge clone hardtop next to a flag. CLICK->
This is one bright car! It's a yellow 1969 GTO hardtop with Judge stripes and fixed headlights. CLICK->
Front-end down-low view of this yellow 1969 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Nice and basic in here. It even has the original radio. The wiper swich is removed. CLICK->
Stock looking 400ci engine. CLICK->
The car was originally Liberty Blue. CLICK->
Crystal Turquoise 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Bob Schweitzer, Jr. from Milltown, New Jersey. Bob tells us, "This is my first GTO that I've now owned for 25 years. I bought my '69 from my buddy and we used to race it on the street. I then decided to restore it to its original condition, and completed the restoration for show in the early 90's. The car's original color was Crystal Turquoise, which is the color it is today. The car is equipped with a 4-speed, bench seat, 3.90 Posi, power steering, power disc brakes, and hide-away headlights." CLICK->
Close-up of the Endura bumper and Hideaway Headlights on Bob's Crystal Turquoise 1969 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Crystal Turquoise 1969 GTO hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
Nice engine. And it's running. CLICK->
Crystal Turquoise 1969 GTO hardtop, interior view. It has a bench seat and a floor shifted manual transmission. CLICK->
Crystal Turquoise 1969 GTO hardtop, trunk view. They have a brand new spare tire. It still has the colored stuff on the white letters.
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