1969 GTO. I've owned it for about 20 years. Not the original
engine. Current Pontiac 400 engine was rebuilt and probably has
about 1,500 miles on it. Automatic 400 transmission has a bit of a
shift kit in it and shifts nice. Car runs and drives fantastic.
Factory hideaway headlights that have been converted to electric
motors. Factory tilt wheel, rear defrost, front disc brakes, power
steering, and air conditioning. A/C not working and was missing the
compressor before I bought the car. New springs all the way around
and UMI sway bars were installed last year front and rear. Car was
originally Mayfair Maize with a black interior. Someone must have
really liked green as they painted it green and put in a green
interior before I bought it. Paint is obviously older but
presentable. I put new kick panels in years ago with speakers in
them. Also a new rear package tray and headliner was installed a
few years. Frame and floorboards are solid. I have new front lower
grills that will go with the car if I don't get a chance to install
them. Garage kept since I've owned it. Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac,
Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by
appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at
231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1969 Pontiac GTO
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