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1968 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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CLICK-> 68 GTO red convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Second picture of the 1968 car. The owner wonders why the GTO emblem is missing from the trunk lid with no holes visible? See the link below on my menus. It can help you tell if your GTO might really be a less valuable LeMans instead!

CLICK-> 68 GTO was sent in [an error occurred while processing this directive] This series of nice 1968 GTO pictures was sent in by Professor John Green from Fort Collins Colorado. This car has a white top. One interesting feature of this car is the head restraints. Were those available on a '68 GTO? John mailed me a copy of the order sheet for the '68s, but the head restraint column was missing off the right side of the photocopy.
CLICK-> 68 GTO was sent in #2 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Second picture of this 1968 GTO. Here you see a head-on view and the bumper view.
CLICK-> 68 GTO was sent in #3 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Third picture shows the non-stock color of the hood scoops on this 68 GTO. I have seen many GTOs with non-bodycolor scoops. It does make them stand out a bit more. John also has a black hood tach. Can you read the little green plaque on his dashboard? It says I may be getting older but I refuse to grow up!

CLICK-> Kenny's 1968 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Kenny Rogers owns this red 1968 GTO convertible. It has a 455 Ram Air IV with an M-20 4-speed transmission. Is he THE Kenny Rogers? He didn't say. We can only wonder.

CLICK-> 68 GTO with pedal car [an error occurred while processing this directive] I'll bet you've never seen one of these before. This Verdoro Green pedal car was made to resemble a 1968 GTO convertible. Look at the plate on the real car parked behind it. Keith Willnauer (TOPLSGTO@aol.com) wrote in to say that both cars are his. Keith is the the Restoration Advisor for the NY chapter of the GTOAA. The big car has won many concours awards over the years. It is equipped with 4 speed, AM/FM reverb, wood wheel, console, rally II wheels, gauges with I/P tach. This car posed for artist Bill Harbort when he made his '68 art print. The car was also used in a 1994 Levis jeans TV commercial. On another subject, Keith shares an interesting story about the Monkeemobile here:

I got a phone call from a gentleman in Puerto Rico. He asked me if I knew the vin# of the Monkee mobile. I said no and he said there was this hotel that went bankrupt and everything was being auctioned off including this car that looked like the Monkee mobile. There were two cars built and after the show was over this hotel bought one to use as courtesy transportation. Nobody knew what this weird Pontiac was and this person got it CHEAP! It was missing the Monkees logo and the top. It was shipped back to the USA. The logo was put back on and a new roof was made. It looks like a convertible top but lifts off in one piece. This person brought the car to the 1998 GTO east coast regional meet and let me slide into the driver's seat. Then it was off to california to film the Monkees made for TV movie.

CLICK-> 68 GTO pedal car [an error occurred while processing this directive] This green pedal car was made by Coleco. Its owned by Keith Willnauer (TOPLSGTO@aol.com) also says he just added another GTO pedal car to his collection. But the newest one is a Judge pedal car! There are pictures of it in the 1969 Judge Lot.

CLICK-> 68 GTO convt at show [an error occurred while processing this directive] This 1968 GTO was sent in by Bob Richardson of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Actually Bob only sent a photo of the car. But seriously, he saved a bundle on postage that way. This beautiful car has automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, hideaway headlamps, air conditioning, and the His & Hers Hurst shifter. Bob points out that this car is 95% original, with the exception of the '69 chrome emblems on the rear quarters. Heck, I like the look of the chrome emblems there! I think the chrome looks more elegant than the cheapie GTO stickers that the factory puts there.

CLICK-> 68 GTO green [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a green 1968 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> 68 GTO Treddinick [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's the front view of this 1968 GTO owned by Tom Tredinnick (TTredinnic@aol.com)of Maryland. He bought it in June 1997. Hideaway headlights in the open position.
CLICK-> 68 GTO auto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is a side view with the black top up. This 1968 GTO has hideaway headlamps, automatic transmission and power steering.
CLICK-> 68 GTO birdseye [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's the birds-eye view. Tom's 1968 GTO convertible has the His & Hers Hurst shifter from the factory. Many people (including Tom) ask why they called it a "His & Hers" shifter. In the factory literature, GM called it a Dual Gate shifter. My version of the story is based on the fact that the shifter has a "hidden" track (or gate) on it. It is assumed that the ladies will prefer the ease of using the "normal" automatic PRNDSL shift positions. The guys will slide the little chrome trim plate over to gain access to the 3, 2, 1 gears. Great for manual shifts when racing! Or crusing through too-quiet residential neighborhoods. Nothing says "Honey, I'm home" like a rolling 30 MPH drop into first gear. Vrrooomph!
CLICK-> 68 GTO topless [an error occurred while processing this directive] Tom's 1968 GTO convertible top down. Take a closer look at this great shot.
CLICK-> Tom's 68 GTO interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Take a look at the interior of Tom's fine 1968 GTO convertible.

CLICK-> 1968 GTO white / red [an error occurred while processing this directive] This white 1968 GTO resides in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The owner, Daryl Hronek (redwolf@sparknet.net) is doing a restoration on it over the winter of 1997/98.
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