1969 Pontiac GTO Convertible Liberty Blue A/C Car PS/PDB Car! All #'s Matching!

Price: - Item location: Itasca, Illinois, United States
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: GTO
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: GTO #'s Matching A/C Convertible
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 61,000
  • VIN: 242
  • Color: Liberty Blue
  • Engine size: 400 YS Code
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Drive side: LHD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1969 Pontiac GTO GTO #'s Matching A/C Convertible

1969 Pontiac GTO ConvertibleReal Deal 242 GTOPHS DOCUMENTED-Liberty Blue (Code 51)--Medium Blue Interior (Code 250)--#'s Matching YS Code 400/350HP Engine--Optional TH-400 Transmission-68,000 Documented Miles-Power Steering--Power Disc Brakes--Power Top (new)--Air Conditioning--Bucket Seats--Console--3.23 Posi Rear End--Hide Away Headlights-And on and on and on...
If you've been looking for a 1969 GTO Convertible, that you never will lose money on, consider this car. You know, most of these cars have plenty of excuses, frombeing not original motors to the wrong color combinations...to having "stop signs" for floor pans and having HVAC duct work for 1/4 panels along with a gallon of bondo. Excuses...Idon't like excuses anddon't own a car with a excuse. I've been collecting too long, and have learned a thing or two along the way.
I purchased this car some time ago from the Estate of the original owner. The things that excited me about this car was how original it was. The original 400 had been gone through in the early 2000's and runs like a clock. It was nice to find a car with original sheet metal andhadn't been cut up. Everything seems to work on the car, except for the Air Conditioning, which turned out to be a bad A4 Compressor...I sent it out for rebuild, but...it made it as far as the trunk of the car. The clock works when it wants to...
Aside from those blue spark plug wires, whichI bought a set of Delco's...there isn't much to do to this car at all. The paint was done before I bought it, and it was done expertly, in the correct Liberty Blue. Very Nice Job. The interior is 100% original...including the carpet. It iscommensurate with a 60,000 mile car...very nice. The convertible top was original to the car, andserviceable...but the hard isenglass bothered me, so thats new.
The car is rock solid and looks as good as it drives. You'd really have to drive this car to understand that it is a 60k mile car. The chrome is excellent, the fit and finish is great, it is just a engine detail away from winning thenext local show!
The old saying goes...."you get what you pay for". If you are looking for some fresh nut and bolt restored car, thats not it. This is asuperb survivor that is ready to "drive". Everything has been sorted out on this car and it is ready to enjoy.
I am not a "flipper" or "dealer"...I'm merely a collector of "special" cars. I think this car is very special in that it is very original, highly documented, and ready to enjoy.
The fact that it is a A/C car as well, and that no investment needs to be made except for a 5/8 and 9/16 open end, and a freon charge...is excellent.
You reallydon't have to invest anything at all into this car to make it a winner. Sure, I could have dolled up the engine compartment and put $20 worth of decals on it and a coat of blue paint...but candidly Idon't have the time or the aspiration.
Why am I selling? I have a significant collection and am buying a new toy and my wife says sell what I got before I buy something new. I sold a identical 69 GTO with a different color combination in 3 days. This car will sell this week.
My cell is 630 273 7595
Out of town buyers: I have a Central Dispatch Account (what the shipping brokers use) so I'm happy to assist with shipping at a bargain.
This car is for sale locally as well. Auction can and will be ended in the event of a local sale.
Inspections welcomed and encouraged. I have excellent feedback selling cars, Idon'town junk.
The early bird gets the worm...the last one I sold last week...5 other people called me back AFTER I sold it.
No trades will be entertained. Clean and clear title of course. Car or title will not be released until all funds have cleared my bank. No exceptions.
I'll do some Q&A about some things I'd ask if buying this GTO:
Q:I understand it is a YS Code Engine...but that does not mean its original to the car...any other proof?A: Engine unit # matches ProtectoPlate and PHS, Partial VIN stamped on front of block
Q:Do the headlights roll?A:Sure do, like my wife rolling her eyes when I told her I'm buying a new airplane.
Q:Are all the body panels original?A:Date code stamped on top of fenders...nothing appears to have been cut
Q:Will you take 30k Cash?A:Cash, Cashiers Check, Wire Transfer is all the same to me...and no...its' worth 35K all day.
Q:Do you have the A/C Compressor and bracket?A: Yes, its in the trunk in a box
Q:Can I drive it home to California?A:I'm sure you can, but it's 50 years old. Things do break!
Q:Will you trade my Harley and Boat for your car?A:No...I can't swim and my wife would kill me if I had a motorcycle.
Q:How would you rate the paint?A:I could shave in it...it's damn nice.
Q:Do you have more pictures?A:Come look at it...I gave you a verythorough dissertation on the car.