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1968 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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CLICK-> 1968 GTO engine code [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's an uncommon picture. It's a shot of the engine block code which is found on the front right (passenger) side of the block. There's a 6 digit number which is the consecutive unit number for the plants. The YS part stands for the extremely common 350hp 4-bbl automatic transmission combo.
CLICK-> Black 1968 GTO convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's another important piece of documentation for a car. It's the original build sheet. This can be found in various places in the interior of the car - typically in the springs of the rear seat or under the carpet. All sorts of info can be found here, take a look.
CLICK-> Black 1968 GTO convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's the original dealer invoice. It was sold in Glendale, New York for $3973.97 with tax! Included is the list of factory and dealer options. There's also an interesting note about a big scratch found in the paint upon delivery. So... For a true restored look, does that scratch have to be reproduced in the new paint?

CLICK-> junked 68 conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] Solar Red 1968 GTO convertible owned by Doug from Eastern Tennessee. Here's Doug's story, "I found this car thru an online auction when I responded to an NOS 68 converitible 1/4 panel ad (yes, NOS). I pulled this car from coastal Florida, near Pensacola, back to East Tennessee in July of '02 along with a '69 hardtop (got the 1/4 too). It is a highly optioned convertible out of New York, but was sitting in someone's back yard for 10+ years. It came with a YS engine, turbo 350 transmission, safe-T-trac rear end, air conditioning, tilt column, cruise control, power windows, power top, power antenna, power trunk release, power disk brakes, power seat, and some more stuff. Plans are to restore it 'some day'."
CLICK-> junked 68 conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] Home of the Pontiac GTO. A temporary home, anyway. Here's a shot of this Solar Red 1968 GTO convertible on Doug's trailer. Some people will look at a tattered car such as this and see a mess. Others will look at this photo and see POTENTIAL. I'm staring at this and seeing much potential. The rear wheelwell usually is rusted badly, but this one doesn't look that bad at all. The bottoms of the doors are usually rusted away to nothing. But again, this one does not look bad. If the car has metal in the places where rust usually attacks, you're on the winning side of the restoration equation. For a convertible, you want to look at the structure to see if the body panels are twisted around, or if they line up properly. The door appears to be in good alignment. That's a real plus. See the front fender? It has the uncommon cornering lamp option. That alone, makes this an interesting candidate for a restoration. Notice the lack of a "GTO" sticker back by the rear marker lamp? That usually indicates that the car has been repainted. So check extra carefully to see if there's a bunch of body filler underneath the paint. You may see a wreck here. I'm seeing a reason to start spending folding money on a dream!

CLICK-> blue 68 convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Chris Moss from Lake Grove, New York owns this Alpine Blue 1968 GTO convertible. He purchased it in 1985.
CLICK-> blue 68 convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another view of Chris's Alpine Blue 1968 GTO convertible.

CLICK-> Red 68 LeMans convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Red 1968 LeMans convertible owned by Cliff Alfiche from New Baltimore, Michigan. Here's what Cliff had to say, "I acquired the car summer 2001 in Memphis, Tennessee. I drove it back to Michigan. I did some body work around fender wells and repaint. In the next summer, I did a complete rebuild on the engine which was bought with a 428 but turned out to be a 455. I completely went through engine and replaced with Crane cam, new heads, and pistons. The engine has a 800 cfm Edelbrock carb with aluminum intake, Hooker headers, and Flowmaster exhaust system. It runs great!! The next project is to replace power glide transmission."
CLICK-> Red 68 LeMans convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Red 1968 LeMans convertible, right front view.

CLICK-> Green 68 LeMans Conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] Verdoro Green 1968 LeMans convertible owned by Ben Fox from Overland Park. Kansas. Ben found this one sitting in a barn in Iowa. It was sitting there since 1976. That's a snow tire on the front. For us northern people, you switched to your set of snow tires each winter. That's before the "All Weather" tire was offered. These things were loud to drive on. Quiz: Does this car have it's snow tire mounted on the correct wheel?
CLICK-> Green 68 LeMans Conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] Verdoro Green 1968 LeMans convertible. Ben is currently restoring it. You can still see the 1976 plates on it from when it first was stored away. I hope that bug guard is not a factory installed option.
CLICK-> Green 68 LeMans Conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] Verdoro Green 1968 LeMans convertible, right side view. It looks like that bug guard was purchased to fit this car, since it contours to the nose.
CLICK-> Green 68 LeMans Conv [an error occurred while processing this directive] Rear view of Ben's Verdoro Green 1968 LeMans convertible. Green was a very popular color for cars in 68 and 69. Both model years had 3 shades of green paint to choose from. This car sure looks like it has redline tires on three corners.
CLICK-> 68 LeMans Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] This one has a really dirty parchment (white) interior. Ben says, "It has a 1967 console in it from the factory. I have been told the first few 68's came with '67 consoles."

CLICK-> Red 68 GTO convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Brian Pilkerton sent in these pictures of his red 1968 GTO convertible.
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