by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Hardtop Parking Lot
There's no bigger GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Randy's 1969 GTO, front view.
CLICK-> Carlo Bettinelli (email@example.com) or (firstname.lastname@example.org) from Switzerland tells us: "A few words about the car: I drove the car for about 3 years, then I totally disassembled the GTO."
CLICK-> Carlo continues: "The first two pictures are showing the car before disassembling. Now I've finished the chassis an I work on the engine."
CLICK-> This picture shows the body off the chassis. Carl says: "I try to restore the car as original as possible, but I converted it to "manual shift" and put some Ralley gauges in."
CLICK-> He tells us about the engine: "It came from the factory with A/C, the standard 400 engine with 350 hp, TH400, power windows and seat."
CLICK-> Carlo's 1969 GTO hardtop project. This picture shows the completed chassis with the engine and the stainless steel exhaust system.
CLICK-> Carlo's 1969 GTO restoration project. Here's a view of the body right after plastic media blasting.
CLICK-> Carlo's 1969 GTO restoration project. Body primered, firewall painted, and the interior "folds" are painted with the final paint, the original 1969 Matador red.
CLICK-> Carlo's 1969 GTO restoration project. Primered body back on the chassis.
CLICK-> This Expresso Brown 1969 GTO hardtop belongs to Christopher Roberts (email@example.com). It has a gold interior. Picture #1
CLICK-> Christopher's GTO has front disk brakes, factory air shocks, glovebox trunk release, and hideaways. He says he will send more photos as he progresses in the restoration. We always like to see in-progress photos!
CLICK-> This one is for sale. Hideaway headlight doors are open. Pic #1.
CLICK-> The car is located in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Pic #2.
CLICK-> The engine does not run at the moment. Black vinyl top and Rally II wheels. Pic #3.
CLICK-> It has an 8-track and the stereo modulator as well. Pic #4.
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