This is a REAL 242 Pontiac GTO w/ MATCHING Numbers , Turbo Automatic - 400 V8 350 HP , Air Conditioning , Power Steering , Front Disc Brakes and a COMPLETE List of items to Finish this Car . When I bought this Car , it had Cracks Dashboard so I REMOVED the Complete Dashboard and stripped it to Metal Core ,little did I know it took almost 2 Years ,so when I got it Back I had to DYE the Dashboard Dk Green and reinstall the Complete Dash and it was a Challenge . During that time I had been Diagnosed with a Medical Problem and by that time I had Forgotten how the Wiring had to be put back in it's Place . But in meantime I replace the Front Windshield the Old one started to DE- Laminate and I had a Friend Help Remove the Windshield and we Reset it with Fresh Glazing .. The FRONT Endura Bumper had Cracks and Everyone who Saw the Bumper claimed they Couldn't Fix the Bumper [ BS } Anyway I bought a Refurbished Bumper that goes with the Car . I also have Brand New Rear Bumper . I bought a In Dash Tach but it really Didn't look Correct ,so I send the Clock to a guy and He Replaced in Core with Brand New insides . So I bought a Brand New Hood Tach [ Not Installed ] , Brand New Carpet w/ Insulation throughout . The Heater Fan / AC fan is Fixed it needs Lubricating But it is Fixed . I have Boxes of Parts .knobs ,handles , most all is either NEW in Addition I bought a Pair of Used Colored Keyed Mirrors [ needs Refinished ] I also have have the Build sheet and a Copy of the First Title . The car is in Need of a Paint Job there are some Blemishes all around ,when the Previous Owner or Someone Decided to REMOVE the Vinyl TOP they Didn't take the Time to sand All of the Glue residue off where the Vinyl Roof WAS ? * When I removed the Dashboard I DO NOT think the speedometer had ever been Disconnected so I believe the Mileage to be True and Correct . The Tires are Brand NEW BF GOODRICH T/A RADIALS the Front are 245X15X7" and the REAR are 265 X15X 7" with Real Rallye Wheels . I would would Hope that Someone " WITH THE EXPERIENCE " to Finish ! The TRUNK had been Finished from what I saw there were NO Holes . The EXHAUST is New 3 " Complete . The car will start , I have the Bushing to Put on the Transmission to Correct and that's one of Problems , But it will Start when you go to Neutral . You will see I have spent way Over what I needed , BUT you can Make some of your investment ! This is the REAL DEAL ,I have searched Far and Wide for the Parts to bring this ORIGINAL 1969 PONTIAC " GTO " just like the one you would have Bought in in 1969 ! With only a VERY FEW EXCEPTIONS ! When you are looking at the Dashboard ,I have only Placed the accessories so you can get the Idea , So do Not think the parts are in way firmly in Place . The one Photo with LED Light that are ready to Install . Please do NOT hesitate to Contact Me ! There are pretty much everything to finish this Project , If you have any Serious Questions PLEASE CALL 410-443-8383 P.S. The only thing that this Car Lacks is a Person with some Knowledge to finish this REALLY ORINAL PONTIAC GTO " 242" ! THE INTERIOR IS GREAT CONDITION , I PULLED THE CLOCK AND HAD IT RE-FITTED WITH A DIGITAL MOVEMENT ! I'VE INCLUDED A POWER ATTENNA ! LOOK AT THE TRUNK ! LOOK UNDER THE HOOD ! THIS CAR EVEN HAS EXTRA PARTS EX. FRONT AND REAR BUMPERS <EXTRA COLORED KEYED MIRRORS - REMOTE CONTROL AM-FM W/ MP3 STEREO SPEAKERS ALL BRAND NEW ! ALL OF THE CHROME VENTS ARE BRAND NEW IN THE CABIN AREA . As you Can see this GTO is OVER 12,000 Dollars Below the Market !
Comedian car guy hosts action-movie car and takes it for a drive
The Pick of the Day is a sparkling-blue relic from the muscle car era
Warning: This timelapse is addicting to watch
This is the fourth car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
The Pick of the Day is the midsize car credited with launching the muscle-car performance wars of the 1960s
This is the ninth vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
This 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge convertible was originally built at the Baltimore Plant and shipped April 22, 1969, to Bowan McLean Motorcar Company in Vancouver, British Columbia.
About 700 collector cars are expected at the Kansas City Convention Center for Mecum Auctions’ final sale of the year December 1-3.