by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Hardtop Parking Lot
There's no bigger GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Here's the results of one of David's runs. His fastest time was 13.64 seconds at 102.5 mph.
CLICK-> Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardtop, engine view.
CLICK-> David Jones sends us some updated shots of his Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardtop. He has changed to painted sport mirrors.
CLICK-> Another shot of David's Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardop. Those rear tires look wide.
CLICK-> Here is an updated shot of the engine.
CLICK-> Silver 1969 Custom S hardtop owned by Jim Novak from Boca Raton, Florida. This was our Picture Of The Week for 5/9/2004.
CLICK-> Silver 1969 Custom S hardtop, front end view.
CLICK-> Looking closely up the right side of Jim's silver 1969 Custom S. For the 1969 Custom S, Pontiac used carryover 1968 GTO rear fender marker lights.
CLICK-> Silver 1969 Custom S hardtop, left front view.
CLICK-> Silver 1969 Custom S hardtop, down-low front end view.
CLICK-> Jim's got some sharp looking wheels on his 1969 Custom S.
CLICK-> Silver 1969 Custom S hardtop, interior view. Jim's got a set of custom floor mats for his Custom S.
CLICK-> Silver 1969 Custom S hardtop, engine view. Jim's 350ci engine has been modified to put out 400 hp.
CLICK-> Red 1969 GTO owned by Michael Mattiaccio from Liverpool, New York. This was our Picture Of The Week for 9/25/05. Michael tells us about his goat, "I found the car on-line from it's second owner. I have owned it for three years. The engine is now a Butler 462ci with a Turbo 400 automatic. I installed Ram Air parts and a Judge spoiler, 1968 GTO His/Hers shifter, factory gauges, headers, etc." Need some GTO wallpaper for your computer's desktop? We have this awesome shot in two wallpaper sizes; 800-600 wallpaper and 1024-768 wallpaper.
CLICK-> Red 1969 GTO hardtop, left rear view. Michael's goat sports a set of bright chrome door edge guards, a spoiler, and chrome exhaust tips pointed in the correct direction.
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