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There are few real-deal 1969 Pontiac GTO convertibles out there -
less than 7,350 were produced a half-century ago. So when you're
looking at one that has an unbeatable color combo, and it also has
its original fire-breathing 400 V8 and four-on-the-floor... well
then, you know the ultimate GTO collectable is up for grabs.
A muscle car all finished in red is always a beautiful thing. But
this factory-correct Matador Red was given a recent professional
respray. So this sunshine-friendly droptop now radiates the
sunlight even better than most of its contemporaries. When you
combine this with the super-straight body, you really get to
appreciate the curves that make the second-gen GTOs a sought-after
legend. But there's a lot more appeal to this one than just the
paint and sheetmetal. The stylish and dent-resistant Endura front
end was exclusive to the GTO and not shared with any other mid-size
Pontiacs in 1969. Plus, there's a Ram Air dual hood scoop and a
hood tach to complete the very sporty look up front. Out back is a
freshly-dipped form-fitting chrome bumper and a wide spoiler. And
everyone love the look of the iconic Rally II wheels with proper
PMD center caps.
This has a newer white roof that looks terrific against the red
paint, but with the touch of a button, it powers down to reveal a
whole new color theme. After all, when you want to look like the
king of muscle cars, there's no better combo than red and black.
That's why they also made an investment inside to get the black
interior looking as good as the paint. Everything from the trim on
the door panels to the pattern of the rear seats looks solid and
well-finished, so you'll happily share it with family and friends.
But even when you're just going solo, this GTO is about the driver
above all. You get nicely contoured bucket seats with a center
console in-between. There's a grippy chrome and black steering
wheel for your left hand, power steering, and your right hand may
never want to leave the shifter.
Filling the engine bay is the numbers-matching 400 cubic-inch V8.
Topped with four-barrel carburetor, it was good for 350 advertised
horsepower. And more than just muscle car power, you can really see
the that this is a great period-correct presentation. From the
bright chrome valve covers, to the correct Pontiac turquoise on the
block, to the breather with correct callout, everything looks
authentic on this original motor. This full power package is
announced through the ferocious rumble of the dual exhaust. And you
have full control over this power and its muscle car soundtrack
thanks to the numbers-matching Muncie M20 four-speed manual
transmission. So yes, you all your favorite parts of a '69 GTO are
original on this one!
Something this special also comes with PHS (Pontiac Historic
Service) documentation. This is the rare, strong, and outstanding
GTO you've been waiting for. Don't let it slip away, call
Exterior Color:Matador Red
- Interior Color:Black
- Stock Number:1616-TPA