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The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
by Sean Mattingly.
1968 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Ken's 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Ken Lulloff (KLulloff@officetech.com) of Neenah, Wisconsin says: "I just bought a 68 GTO convertible. The guy who had it before me chromed the hood scoops for some reason."
CLICK-> 68 GTO with chrome scoops [an error occurred while processing this directive] Ken's 1968 GTO with a closeup of the chrome scoops. It's a different look. It makes the scoops stand out more!

CLICK-> 68 GTO convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Craig Selvey from Albany, Indiana snapped these photos of a 1968 GTO. He was traveling through the state taking pictures of cars for his employer, Indiana Auto & RV. They put out a fine publication full of cars for sale each week. Best of all, it's FREE. This car was sitting in a parking lot somewhere.
CLICK-> 68 GTO scratchy [an error occurred while processing this directive] Craig points out that this shiny car has a huge scratch on the door of this 1968 GTO. Oops!

CLICK-> 68 GTO abandoned #1 [an error occurred while processing this directive] These next photos are not for the squeamish. If you are frightened by the sight of a neglected disabled 1968 GTO convertible, turn back! The current owner of this car found it in the garage of an abandoned house. He checked this web site and verified the car was a GTO. He then rescued this hulk and shoved it over to his house. Stephen Miller (Crosley@webtv.net) tells us about the first photo: "The right front tire was the only one with air in it. Notice the red tube at the bottom of the windshield? That's lipstick! Not my color!"
CLICK-> 68 GTO abandoned #2 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Abandoned 1968 GTO, picture #2 found by Stephen Miller. Stephen says: "Who's crutch?"
CLICK-> 68 GTO abandoned #3 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Abandoned 1968 GTO, picture #3 found by Stephen Miller. Steve is optimistic about restoring this heap. He says: "Pretty hard to steer! All the gauges are there!"
CLICK-> 68 GTO abandoned #4 [an error occurred while processing this directive] We continue staring at Stephen Miller's torn-up 1968 GTO. Can you tell this car has been sitting outside for a long time? The top wore out. Then the tarp covering the top wore out. About the first photo, Stephen says: "The back end didn't even have rims! Notice - No rust holes in the body."
CLICK-> 68 GTO abandoned #5 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Abandoned 1968 GTO, picture #5 found by Stephen Miller. The transmission is inside the trunk. You have to shift it from the back seat. In case he gets in over his head on this restoration, there is a life preserver in the trunk.
CLICK-> 68 GTO abandoned #6 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Abandoned 1968 GTO, picture #6 found by Stephen Miller. Can you tell if Stephen got a front seat in the deal?
CLICK-> 68 GTO abandoned #7 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Abandoned 1968 GTO, picture #7 found by Stephen Miller. Perhaps you like to see cars with "potential"? This one has PLENTY. Brave Stephen comments on the first photo: "Nice scoops! Check out the Endura bumper. "GTO" is missing from the grille."
CLICK-> 68 GTO abandoned #8 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Abandoned 1968 GTO, picture #8 found by Stephen Miller. This photo shows the rear of his GTO in need of repair. He says: "Eek! Look at the trash, the transmission, the humanity!" I hope I was right to advise Stephen to drag this car home. Maybe you web site visitors in Buffalo New York can offer Stephen a hand. Or maybe just offer him some words of encouragement at Crosley@webtv.net

CLICK-> 68 GTO breakaway [an error occurred while processing this directive] Larry Rawlings sent in this 1968 GTO convertible. This was one of the Pontiac promotional posters available in 1968 called Breakaway posters.
CLICK-> 68 GTO breakaway wheels [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a close up shot of those uncommon wheels on the 1968 GTO.

CLICK-> 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This 1968 GTO ragtop comes from Karen (aqua@westsound.com) who says the car belongs to her friend Al Smail from Washington. He is the original owner. Notice the non-factory chrome-plated hood scoops!
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