This 1969 Pontiac GTO has an awesomely coordinated and vibrant style. Plus, you have another Pontiac icon with Tri-Power under the hood! And as you check out the full package you'll really see all the best pieces you want on a true classic muscle machine.
The GTO is the granddaddy of the muscle car, but the paint on this one is from a more modern legend. The Viper Red has an awesomely vibrant style that will stand out amongst other Pontiacs, but it also will never look out of place on a powerful GTO. This upgrade happened in 2000, but the overall condition looks far younger than that. So you can tell this was under good care. In fact, the idea of proper respect and proper intimidation are part of the full package that includes good-looking body panels, a twin-scoop hood, The Judge-style spoiler, bright exhaust tips, and iconic Cragar SS wheels. Plus, we love the bumpers on the '69 GTO because you have a cool color-matched Endura front one and a bright chrome one hugging the rear. And this premium and performance look is perfectly topped with a taut black vinyl roof.
The roof also is a great preview of the interior color. And once you open the door, you see more signs that the right care and investments went into this coupe. The black vinyl looks excellent, and it carries all the great classic badging and trim on places like the door panels and seats. And speaking of the seats, we love the way this gives you the classic bench style for true vintage fun, but the fold-down armrest is there for those times when you want a more personal driving experience. There are a few well-placed upgrades, like the AM/FM digital tuner with cassette and auxiliary readouts under the dash. The driver gets a grip on the original-style factory three-spoke wheel, and beyond that is the sporty triple pod gauge package. Looking for the tach? It's outside on the iconic hood-mounted unit.
It wouldn't be a '69 GTO without the big 400 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. It looks great filling out the tidy engine bay with its shiny valve covers and correct turquoise block. But at the center is something unique. The triple set of dual-barrel carburetors is the kind of Tri-Power setup that helped the first-year GTO establish its supremacy from the start, and so it's a powerful way to pay tribute to that car. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is both stout and smooth, and it feeds the 12-bolt Positraction rear end. Add in power steering, power brakes, and front disc brakes, and you have a distinct coupe that's good for cruising.
Complete with owner's manual, this coupe nails it with the color, power, and features. So if you've dreamed of a '69 GTO, you better hurry on this one before it's gone. Call today!!!