For many muscle cars fans, there is no finer example of Pontiac’s classic lineup than the 1969 GTO. The second generation Gran Turismo Homologato (1968-1972) is on many wish lists for its legendary performance, good looks and timeless Pontiac styling.
After getting off the win Motor Trend‘s The 1968 Car of the Year title was subtly improved by Pontiac’s stylists on the GTO’s appearance compared to the 1969 model year. Aesthetic revisions included the deletion of the side vents, a mesh look to the front grille, red rear quarter side marker lights reminiscent of Pontiac arrowheads, and new front parking lights, rear taillights, and chrome taillights. bumper designs. Inside, the instruments changed from blue to black.
Despite oh la la in the exterior department, sales fell short of the previous year’s 87,684 GTOs sold.
Although it was a slump, Pontiac produced a total of 72,287 GTOs in 1969. Of these, 7,436 were convertibles. And 249 of those were equipped with the 366-horsepower Ram Air III V-8 engine and four-speed manual transmission, but not the Judge package.
So when Dream Giveaway Garage asked if our readers’ hearts would skip a beat over a Ram Air 1969 GTO Convertible, you already know the answer.
Who wouldn’t want to win a judge in sheep’s clothing?
As Pontiac’s flagship, all 1969 GTOs came with the 400cc V-8. Two optional higher-output mills were available by special order: a 366-hp Ram Air III and a 370-hp Ram Air IV.
A quick look at the invoice kindly provided by PHS confirms that there is a Ram Air III under the hood. Continuing down the line, the two additional power options are the most collectors ohhh and aah over is also present: a four-speed manual and a heavy-duty Safe-T-Track differential.
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A push-button radio, retractable headlight covers, Rally II wheels, hood-mounted tachometer, console, power steering, and ride management package were also installed at the factory. That’s exactly what you call a well-equipped Ram Air GTO! Oh, the restoration parts were provided by Ames Performance.
Let’s get back to the details on how to win this GTO.
Donate at least $25 to charity and if you’re lucky, you might find this primo example of America’s original supercar staring back at you from its new permanent home in the garage. Click here and enter now.
Entry banks will close at midnight on January 30, 2023. Click here to receive double tickets for donations of $25 or more. The winner will be drawn on February 9, 2023, and the keys, title and GTO will be handed over at the end of February or beginning of March this year. In addition, $15,000 is set aside to pay the winnings tax to the federal government on behalf of the winner. This is your last chance to win this rare Pontiac GTO. Enter now