1969 Pontiac Gto 6.6 400 Ys A/c Disc Brake Real 242 Hideaway Headlights Buckets on 2040-cars
Port Saint Lucie, Florida, United States
Engine:6.6L 6555CC 400Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Private Seller
Exterior Color: Brown
Interior Color: Tan
Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Type: U/K
Sub Model: PONTIAC GTO
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
1969 PONTIAC GTO WITH HIDEAWY HEADLIGHTS ENDURA FRONT BUMPER, A/C CAR, SOFT RAY TINTED GLASS, POWER FRONT DISC BRAKES, POWER STEERING, IT HAS THE ORIGINAL YS ENGINE WITH MATCHING 62 HEADS, ORIGINAL TURBO 400 TRANSMISSION AND CORRECT ORIGINAL 10 BOLT REAR, SOMEONE IN THE PAST PUT AN ALUMINUM INTAKE WITH AFTERMARKET HOLLEY CARB, ORIGINAL BUCKET SEATS WITH FLOOR SHIFTER AND CONSOLE, THE BUCKETS HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM THE CAR AND WE DO NOT HAVE THEM, VERY SOLID GTO WITH ALL THE ORIGINAL PONTIAC SHEETMETAL , VERY MINOR SPOTS BEHIND THE BACK GLASS, AND SLIGHT RUST ON REAR QUARTER PANELS, THE TRUNK LID IS RUSTED ALONG THE BACK EDGE AND WILL NEED TO BE REPAIRED OR REPLACED, LOOKS LIKE A CHEAPER REPAINT IN THE DISTANT PAST, THE A/C COMPONENTS WERE REMOVED FROM THE OUTER FIREWALL , COMPRESSOR IS GONE AND CONDENSOR IS ALSO REMOVED, BUT INTERIOR EVAPORATOR UNDER THE DASH IS STILL THERE ALONG WITH ALL VENTS AND TUBES AND CONTROLS, ORIGINAL HEAVY DUTY RADIATOR, A COUPLE SMALL DENTS HERE AND THERE BUT EASILY FIXED AND I WOULD DEFINITLY KEEP ALL THE ORIGINAL SHEETMETAL IF IT WAS ME INCLUDING MINOR REPAIRS ON THE QUARTERS, FLOOR LOOK GOOD , TRUNK PAN HAS A COUPLE SPOTS BUT NOT TOO BAD IT WILL NEED TO BE REPAIRED TO MAKE IT PERFECT, ITS HARD TO FIND A REAL 242 GTO WITH SHEETMETAL THIS NICE, THIS IS A PROJECT CAR THAT WILL NEED TO BE GONE THRU, BUT I WELL WORTH IT , THE CAR WAS RUNNING YEARS AGO BUT HAS BEEN PARKED FOR QUITE SOME TIME, IT IS A HIGH CMPRESSION GTO 400 ENGINE AND IT TURNS OVER NICELY BUT I DID NOT TRY TO START IT, I AM SELLING THE CAR FOR THE FAMILY OF THE OWNER AND IT HAS BEEN STORED INSIDE A WAREHOUSE ALONG WITH OTHER CARS FOR YEARS, THIS IS NOT A CLONE BUT A REAL 242 GTO WITH MATCHING NUMBERS DRIVETRAIN AND SOLID SHEETMETAL, CAN STORE THE CAR FOR FREE FOR A REASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME THAT IS AGREED UPON BEFORE THE AUCTION ENDS, WINNING BIDDER IS RESPONSIBLE TO ARRAINGE FOR AND PAY FOR ALL TRANSPORTATION AND SHIPPING COSTS, IT IS IN A COMMERICIAL AREA SO TRUCKS CAN GET TO IT, AND WE CAN HELP GET IT LOADED, IT DOES NOT RUN, IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS JUST SEND THEM THRU EBAY AND I WILL ANSWER THEM AS BEST AS I CAN , YOU ARE MORE THAN WELCOME TO COME AND LOOK AT THE CAR IN PERSON BEFORE THE AUCTION ENDS, IF YOU ARE PICKING THE CAR UP IN PERSON CASH WOULD BE GOOD AND ALL FUNDS HAVE TO CLEAR BEFORE THE CAR LEAVES, PLEASE GIVE A $500.00 DEPOSIT THRU PAY PAL AFTER THE AUCTION ENDS AND PAY THE FULL AMOUNT WITHIN 5 DAYS OF THE END OF THE AUCTION, THANK YOU
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