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1969 gto ram air iii whats it worth ?

1969 GTO RAM AIR III convertable 400 4speed madador red 36,000 miles retored 10 yrs ago great shape
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Need more information with respect to the following:
-- Are the engine and drivetrain "numbers matching," i.e., was the car "born" with the existing engine and drivetrain?
-- What is the condition of the car?
-- What options came from the factory with the car?
-- Is the car a real GTO Judge or a GTO/Lemans "clone" of a GTO Judge?

You may want to get verification of the exact items the original car was born with from the Pontiac Historical Society by providing the Vehicle Identification Number to PHS.

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Need more information with respect to the following:
-- Are the engine and drivetrain "numbers matching," i.e., was the car "born" with the existing engine and drivetrain?
-- What is the condition of the car?
-- What options came from the factory with the car?
-- Is the car a real GTO Judge or a GTO/Lemans "clone" of a GTO Judge?

You may want to get verification of the exact items the original car was born with from the Pontiac Historical Society by providing the Vehicle Identification Number to PHS.
Ok thanks i have the history on the car my dads friend bought the car in 1969 they raced it for acouple of yrs and my dad always took care of it for him it was bought in our town at a local pontiac dealer in geneva ohio i beleive they pulled drive line from another Gto back in the 70s after they raced it
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