1969 Non-JUDGEmental GTO

1969 Pontiac GTO

Here’s a nice looking ’69 Goat showing 31,000 on the odometer. The seller provides no details on its barn stay or mechanicals, but claims it’s a solid car. The interior looks really nice. The seller has done the brakes, so it’s drivable and they say it drives well. It’s showing one rusty area on the right front fender. Do we think this is a real GTO though? All we know is it is a manual with a floor shift and it’s said to have a V8 along with power disk brakes, power steering, and a rebuilt carb. If it really is a GTO, does $13,500 seem reasonable? It’s in South Carolina and listed here on craigslist. It’s not a Judge, but at least there are no trees to contend with!


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  1. Justin

    This is a good solid car and the price is right! I would buy this car today if I had the room!
    PHS documents would be nice to review. But a quick look at the VIN to find the “42” that distinguishes a GTO is sufficient. Even if the engine is non matching, the price is still good. If a “33, 35 or 37” , Lemans is indicated, then deduct $7,000.00.

  2. Ed P

    I agree with Justin, Go for it

  3. socaljoe

    One of my best finds was a ’67 GTO in South Carolina that I had shipped home. Given the rust in the photos it would would need a close inspection. But with some negotiation it would be a good place to start.

  4. JW

    If the VIN# has the 42 in it it’s a real GTO which makes this car well worth his price if the fender damage is all the body work needed. Now if it has the 37 in the VIN it’s a Lemans.

  5. Woodie Man

    Non JudgeMETAL, even though I think it was just a decal package. In 1969 a friends Dad had a green 69 Le Mans I think…………but since it was basically a stripper it might have been whatever was a Tempest level car then. Driving around drinking beer in his Dads car…….why if I caught a kid doing that today!…………….

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