Holy Smoke! Our DEAL of the DAY won’t last long at this price. Look at this 1969 Pontiac GTO Hardtop from Downingtown, Pennsylvania. The seller says it has been repainted to its original Verdero Green color and remains a very solid and clean car. According to the ad copy it has a 400 ci motor with a 4-speed with what is described as good clutch and transmission and good exhaust. He says the undercarriage is in good shape with no rust. Air shocks have been added. He says it is garage kept and comes with a clear title. We are excited to show you this car before it becomes our DEAL of the DAY featured on the front page of our website this weekend. The asking price has been listed as $24,000. (Average No. 3 condition price is rated at about $26,000 in the price guides) so if this one is better than an average No. 3 it is undervalued. However only a pre-purchase inspection and appraisal will tell you that for sure.
This car has been SOLD.
“I was looking for a vintage GTO for a long time,” says the owner. “So I couldn’t pass on this one. But I was mainly looking for a ’70. So this one is expendable. It is really a nice solid, clean and pretty much rust free GTO. It has a nice paint job and the vinyl top is in excellent condition. If you saw the interior it is amazing how nice the seats are, no rips, no tears. Carpet may be a little faded. The tires are pretty much like new. It has the regular factory Rally II wheels with chrome trim rings.”
In the popular DEAL of the DAY preview we give you first shot at all the cars that will be featured in the DEAL of the DAY “rear view mirror” seen daily on the Cars On Line home page. Our fans wait eagerly each day to see which bargains will be highlighted. But often these cars sell right here in the newsletter before they have a chance to be viewed on the front page. If you aren’t a newsletter subscriber you’ll never know what you’re missing. Newsletter readers are able to preview the best bargains on our website right here in the DEAL of the DAY feature. You’ll always see it here first.