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CLICK-> 69 GTO with tri power Has viewer comments3.1 star rating3.1 star rating3.1 star rating3.1 star rating3.1 star rating What do you get when you put six barrels on a 1969 GTO? You get fast. These photos were taken in the winter of '84 / '85. Steve is in the picture. The car had Cragars, a 389 engine, and close-ratio 4 speed transmission.

CLICK-> 1969 car is junk Has viewer comments This 1969 GTO sat all alone. The gold hardtop is wrecked. The front bumper is gone. We would all love to spot one of these in a junkyard. The parts are ripe for the pickin'.

CLICK-> 69 Eastwood GTO The Eastwood Company sells excellent restoration tools and supplies. In one of their 1997 catalogs, they used a green 1969 GTO for a cover shot.
CLICK-> 69 GTO with welder This is how the car appears on the inside of the Eastwood catalog. Check out their line of fine products. Of particular interest to GTO restorers would be their natural-finish paints that give metal that non-painted look. They have a cool paint kit that can be used to make a brake power booster look like factory cadmium plating.

CLICK-> Sliver GTO 2.8 star rating2.8 star rating2.8 star rating2.8 star rating2.8 star rating Frank Messick poses beside his 1969 GTO hardtop. This picture was snapped at Maplegrove Raceway in Reading, Pennsylvania on August 17th, 1997. The photo was mailed in by Stan Kaminski.

CLICK-> 69 GTO b/w draggin 2.8 star rating2.8 star rating2.8 star rating2.8 star rating2.8 star rating Kurt Robertson launches his 1969 GTO into space. This is a black and white photocopy showing the fun he was having at the 1997 Pure Stock Musclecar drag race at the Mid-Michigan Motorplex. What was Kurt's best time? 13.95 seconds through the quarter mile at 101.36 miles per hour.
CLICK-> 69 GTO silver interior Here we hop inside Kurt's GTO. He is keeping everything stock. The car rolled off the assembly line in Fremont California. He is the 4th owner, installing a 400 engine rebuilt to Ram Air III specs in 1992.
CLICK-> Kurt's GTO 3.5 star rating3.5 star rating3.5 star rating3.5 star rating3.5 star rating Kurt's GTO is painted Palladium Silver with PPG basecoat/clearcoat system in 1992.
CLICK-> 69 GTO 2-shot Has viewer comments3.4 star rating3.4 star rating3.4 star rating3.4 star rating3.4 star rating One last view of Kurt Robertson's car. He is an annual participant at the Domino's Farms show in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has been to three of the Woodward Dream Cruises, getting maximum driving excitement!

CLICK-> 69 GTO Manno Has viewer comments3.5 star rating3.5 star rating3.5 star rating3.5 star rating3.5 star rating Joe Manno from Saint Louis, Missouri has this 1969 GTO with a 1973 455 engine. He has a 400 engine on a stand in the garage for safekeeping. This car has racing springs that make it lower. The 455 has been bored .030, 6X heads milled to 92 cc, Ram Air 4 cam put in at 104 degrees, 1.65 roller rockers, performer intake, 750 dual pump Holley carburetor, and 4 speed with 3:55 gears.

CLICK-> 69 LeMans 2.7 star rating2.7 star rating2.7 star rating2.7 star rating2.7 star rating This LeMans was sent in by Chris "Wild Thing" Traugh. The car was bought in the spring of `96 and is now being restored. There will be a bunch of custom tricks done and he hopes for it to go 10's in the 1/4 mile, and still be streetable. Visit his web site at: http://members.aol.com/lemans101/Page1.html

CLICK-> 69 GTO on runway? Has viewer comments3.3 star rating3.3 star rating3.3 star rating3.3 star rating3.3 star rating Don Chapman of Stewiacke, NS emailed in an image of this Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) documented car. He says it came off the assembly line the second week of March in Pontiac, Michigan. It was shipped to Oshawa, Ontario May 27th, 1969. It was restored in April of 1986. It was stored in a small garage for six years when he bought it. It has a 400 engine, 4 bbl carburetor, Hydramatic transmission, and 3:55 posi-trac.

CLICK-> 69 GTO diagonal view Has viewer comments2.9 star rating2.9 star rating2.9 star rating2.9 star rating2.9 star rating When was the last time you got an email from someone in the Netherlands? Lody Scheffer (gto69@home.nl) sent me an email with this 1969 GTO attached. This one has the 400 with 350 hp "YS" engine. It's Goldenrod Yellow with black vinyl top. When it was new, the car came from a dealership in San Diego, California. Next, it was owned by people in Chino, California. Next, it made its way to Harlingen in the Netherlands. If your car is also Goldenrod Yellow, email gto69@xs4all.nl
CLICK-> 69 GTO #2 3.2 star rating3.2 star rating3.2 star rating3.2 star rating3.2 star rating Going to a car show, entering the center of the village of Joure. Picture #2.
CLICK-> 69 GTO #3 3.1 star rating3.1 star rating3.1 star rating3.1 star rating3.1 star rating Lody can't make use of the radio because it won't operate there. The radio stations are different in the Netherlands! Picture #3.
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1969 Pontiac GTO Hardtops.    Lot 7 of 75.


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