This 1969 Pontiac GTO 2 Door Convertible (Stock # F13237) is available in our Fairfield, CA showroom and any inquiries may be directed to us at 707-419-8200 or by email at Sales@SpecialtySales.com.Absolutely Beautiful 1969 Pontiac GTO Convertible
New to our Fairfield showroom is this absolutely beautiful 1969 Pontiac GTO �Convertible with Matador Red exterior paint, a white soft top and a gorgeous Parchment vinyl interior. It features a nicely tuned and built 400 cid V-8 engine under the hood. Featuring �power steering, power front disc brakes, a power top, the factory radio and a Turbo 400 automatic transmission. Finished with nice Pontiac Rally I I wheels and a whole lot of curb appeal. This beautiful convertible �performs admirably as well and it requires nothing in order to be enjoyed immediately.Meticulously Maintained with Decades of Receipts
The current owner of this 1969 Pontiac GTO Convertible absolutely fell in love with this vehicle when he purchased it �due to the extensive documentation it had going back decades. We literally have a stack of receipts several inches thick plus the original factory invoice and PHS documentation. There is no doubting that this one is a true factory GTO convertible and it has been babied throughout its lifetime.
In terms of actual condition, this 1969 Pontiac GTO Convertible does show very slight signs of minor wear both �the paint and the interior. It appears to have been resprayed fairly recently and it does still have an excellent shine, as does the metal work and the entire engine compartment. Mechanically, this beauty drives better than a factory new muscle car and it has excellent performance at virtually any speed. It must be seen in person to truly appreciate.Includes Factory Invoice & PHS Documentation
Overall, this 1969 Pontiac GTO Convertible is well above the typical driver standard and its extensive documentation places it in a class all its own. It would be difficult to find a nicer example at the current asking price, much less one that's so thoroughly documented and well maintained. For more information about this vehicle, visit our Fairfield, California showroom, give us a call at 707-419-8200, or email us at Sales@SpecialtySales.com. Be sure to mention Stock # F13237 as well.
Legal Disclosures: Specialty Sales Classics has advertised and sold thousands of classic cars since our founding in 1978. We strongly encourage any and all buyers who are unable to view the vehicle in-person to perform a Pre-Purchase Inspection (by an independent party of their choosing) prior to the purchase. �Given the age of many of our vehicles, it is extremely difficult to adequately describe all aspects of each vehicles condition in the limited space available and we have learned that these Pre-Purchase Inspections are helpful to all parties involved.
The information for this vehicle was provided by the current owner and it is not certified by Specialty Sales Classics. Therefore, it is in no way guaranteed as a basis of purchase. Any statements such as original or numbers-matching should be verified independently by the buyer prior to purchase.
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