#'S MATCH 400, WIND. STICKER & PHS DOCS, FAMILY OWNED FOR 32 YRS, 1 OF THE BEST!

Price: US $48,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: GTO
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 79,711
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: 400 V8
  • Power options: Air conditioning
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Green
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1969 Pontiac GTO

We can tell there was a lot invested in maintaining this numbers-matching 1969 Pontiac GTO to keep it looking so good. Following the factory specs, it's handsome, fast, comfortable, and intimidating... all the elements that make the GTO a timeless legend. Oh yeah, we noticed the ultra-desirable hideaway headlights first, too.That's the factory-correct code 73 Verdoro Green. This perfectly represents the history of the car, and the excellent condition it is in today. Earthy greens are always a great '60s car color, and the modern professional respray means the clearcoat gives it a luster the factory never could. The investment in this coupe is apparent the moment you get out in the sunshine and see the reflections are distortion-free and the gaps are excellent all around. Plus, the black vinyl roof is a nice reminder you paid a little more to get a muscle car from GM's performance division. The standard GTO didn't need stripes or even a wing to stand out, because people saw the two scoops on the hood and knew to take warning. Of course with the wide track Endura font end paired with the optional hide away headlamps, this coupe looks like a bird of prey ready to strike. Add in the iconic Rally II wheels, and this has everything you love about a speedy Pontiac.The festival of green continues inside where the bucket seat interior is quite inviting. The seat covers in both rows have a great design that can only be highlighted on interiors in the best condition. Nicely coordinated door panels, dash, and carpeting are all part of this pristine green package. Plus, the woodgrain paneling on the center console furthers this upscale feeling. The driver gets a grip on the original-style factory three-spoke wheel, and beyond that is the sporty triple pod gauge package accompanied auxiliary readouts below the dash. There's an upgraded digital AM/FM stereo radio in the dash, cleverly disguised to look like the original pushbutton radio, including the knobs which blend right in with the rest. This loaded GTO even still has cold factory air conditioning.Filling the engine bay is the big 400 cubic-inch V8. This is the Pontiac's original YS coded block with four-barrel carburetor, which was good for 350 advertised horsepower. But more than just the period-correct V8, you can really see the investment in making every inch of this engine bay look amazing. From the bright chrome valve covers, to the correct Pontiac turquoise on the block, to the bold red and white decal on the air cleaner, everything looks like this GTO went back to day one very cool! And just like its first day on the streets, the dual exhaust has the kind of rumble to warn the lessor cars out there to take cover. But more than just listen to the exhaust, see where it comes from with the undercarriage shots. Most people don't get to see under your car, so when it looks this good, you know the investment was more than just cosmetic. While you're looking there, you might notice great driving features like the power steering, three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes. Add in the modern grip of BF Goodrich tires masking as iconic redlines, and you'll realize this is an unbeatable package for those who like to show AND drive.Under the care of the same family for 32 years, this highly original GTO even comes with the owner's manual, window sticker, and PHS (Pontiac Historic Service) documentation. Yes, this is the muscle car you've been looking for quite some time, but you're not the only one who knows how great this Pontiac is, so hurry up and call today!