A classic nod on number 69, note the number 69 on the runway

The number 69 is an innuendo of the 69 sex position, a recurring gag throughout the Grand Theft Auto series. This page lists some of its appearances in their respective games:

Grand Theft Auto III

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

  • The Marquis has "Marquis 69" written on the rear of the boat.
  • The number can be found on some of the Bloodring Bangers as badges.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Thrust (Note the 69 right)

Classic Rides

  • Another magazine in CJ's safehouses, Thrust, says "69 ways to reach your driving climax!".
  • "69" stickers can be found on a number of containers on the FleischBerg factory near Blueberry. The containers also surround a stunt jump.
  • The San Fierro 69ers American Football team which is also a reference to the San Francisco 49ers.

The Golden Palms in Los Flores.

Ideal Living magazine.

  • The front page of the Ideal Living magazine in Carl's safehouses claims it has "369 ideas for your home".
  • Runways at all major airports in the game have the number 69 on both ends of the runways.
  • The abandoned Hi K69 radio station in Fort Carson.
  • In a Burger Shot advertisement on a billboard, one of their Meals on the billboard costs 69 cents.
  • On the loading screen featuring Sweet and Ryder selling what appears to be drugs, on the table there is a napkin with the number 69 written all over it.
  • In the achievement "Metrosexual", where the player must spend $6,969 on clothing, hairstyles and tattoos.
  • Population of Fort Carson is 369.
  • 69¢ Store located in Los Santos

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Grand Theft Auto IV

The cigars.

  • There is brand of Cuban cigars called 69 Brand.
  • The achievement and trophy Get Good Wood (which is also a sexual reference itself) in The Lost and Damned is earned by whacking 69 bikers off their bikes with a bat during motorbike races.
  • LCPD officers have the number 69 on their uniform collars.
  • The strippers in have $69 bills strapped to their body.
  • During his TV skit at Split Sides, Katt Williams mentions Liberty City's high gas prices, humorously stating that gas costs $69 a gallon.
  • Many of the parking stack in Liberty City has a sign that reads: '$8.69 per 1/2 hour' (one example can be seen on the parking lot in front of Lucky Winkles).

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Grand Theft Auto V

The Police Bike's front fender in GTA V. Note the identification number on the fender.

  • There are 69 main story missions.
  • There are various graffiti on the back of the Vinewood Sign which say 69.
  • One of the Snapmatic picture borders has text that reads 0069.
  • On Michael's personal vehicle, on all four of the wheels, there are dollar signs. But if the wheels are turned to a horizontal degree, it appears that the dollar signs are actually a very well, clever hidden illusion showing 69.[1]
  • On Devin Weston's website "bedevinweston.com" there is a quote written by Devin "6 black belts, 9 inches"
  • There is a clothing store on Portola Drive in Los Santos called Sessanta NoveSessanta Nove means "69" in Italian.
  • In the Beta, Route 68 was originally going to be called 'Route 69'.
  • The parking garage in Pillbox Hill has a billboard on the top that says "Park here for only $69 a day!" This is the same garage used in the GTA Online mission The Parking Garage.
  • At a Xero Gas Station in Pacific Bluffs, the prices of fuel are displayed on the main pay-out-booth, with one of them reading 469. Furthermore, the 4 has slightly fallen off, clearly showing the 69.
  • One of the songs on WorldWide FM is Roman GianArthur's "I-69" (added in the enhanced version).
  • The unit number "69269" is present on the Police Bike (see above image)shared with the Predator,
  • The phone number for Rogers Salvage & Scrap is 555-0069.
  • Wiwang 69 Express dryers are present in a Motorcycle Club cocaine warehouse.
  • A control panel made by ONO can be found on a Kabel lathe with the model number "P KYS 69 - 5 - 3".


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