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The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
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1968 GTO Convertible Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Gulf Ad /w 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is an ad for Gulf. It highlights their racing activities. There is a 1968 GTO pictured in the ad.

CLICK-> white 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] A white 1968 GTO with a black top.

CLICK-> black 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] 1968 GTO. This one was sent in by Jeremy Johnson (Jeremy_Johnson@mail.sel.sony.com). He sent this one in for his dad. His email address is armandj@pcez.com.

CLICK-> green 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This 1968 GTO was sent in by Jim Smithbauer (jsmithba@ford.com) in Birmingham, Michigan. Jim says it's a matching numbers 400 HO with the 4-speed manual, Verdoro Green paint with a Parchment interior and White top. Jim says he wanted one of these ever since he was a kid. His dad had a '69 LeMans convertible in Verdoro Green with a Parchment interior. He traded the car in on a new '73 Grand Prix, but Jim always wanted that LeMans convertible back. Now Jim currently owns 4 convertibles: The GTO, a '67 RS/SS Camaro, a '74 Eldorado, and a '97 Miata. He finally has a car like his dad's, only nicer, since it's a Goat!
CLICK-> green 68 GTO interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is a second shot of Jim's 1968 GTO.

CLICK-> orange 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is Michael Payan's first GM classic car, and he likes it a lot. This 1968 GTO was put away in storage in 1981 by its previous owner, and he paid storage all these years until recently when he stopped paying for the storage space (we'll never know why!). The storage unit contents were then auctioned off to pay the back rent, and Michael bought it. Really weird... it was like they just parked it there yesterday... the kid's 1981 homework was still in the notebook on the seat.
CLICK-> orange 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This car has 51,000 miles, and aside from the paint is in perfect condition. Michael says it was boring blue, but he wanted the orange color, so had it painted. It has a white top, and black interior. Also has the his/hers shifter, air, power antenna, and the hideaway front end (as you can see). Engine is the correct one, and it runs fine. Michael Payan is from Anaheim, California.

CLICK-> red 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Paul Lourd shows us his red 1968 convertible. The engine is a 400, auto, PS, PB, low option car (has the AM fader radio!). He added the Cragars, but still has the original PMD wire wheel covers.

CLICK-> Swedish 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] A "foreign" car. Look at the front plate. This 1968 GTO belongs to an industrial mechanic in Mora Sweden named Per Mattsson. It is a Ram Air car.
CLICK-> Swedish 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another view of this overseas Pontiac. The owner says the engine in this 1968 GTO is a 1968 YC-code 400 with #15 heads and a #7028263 carburetor, manual transmission, 10 bolt rearend (2.90 gear..not the original rearend). The most interesting part of this car is the Ram Air hood and air cleaner! It looks like the hood has been there from the beginning. The original verdoro green paint was seen under the new dark purple paint.

CLICK-> primered 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Dan and Evamarie Harrison have this 1968 GTO convertible. When he found this car, his two sons fell in love with it. It was just a shell but had 90% of its parts thrown inside of it and they were all labeled. What luck. They finally got it on the road for summer cruise-ins. The Harrisons are from Wadsworth, Ohio.
CLICK-> primered 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Dan sends this additional shots of his 1968 GTO.

CLICK-> red 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This 1968 GTO was restored in about 1988. Its from Darren Pallen (dpallen@sprint.ca). He says he is now regaining interest in the car. It is fully optioned with A/C, cruise, PW, hood tach, Dual-Gate shifter, power trunk, etc. It is an original 400 H.O. car with the engine rebuilt to stock specs. Darren is from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

CLICK-> 68 and 67 at show [an error occurred while processing this directive] Dan Cubric (dcubric@murphyjahn.com) emailed me this panaramic photo from the Woodward GTO Weekend '99 in Sterling Heights Michigan. You can see a 1968 car parked next to a sharp '67.

CLICK-> red 68 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Mike Fleming purchased this 1968 LeMans convertible. The interior has been redone in original black vinyl (hot in summer). This had a 400 CID with Turbo 400 trans. It now has a rebuilt 350 in it with Edelbrock 4 barrel carb, Weiland manifold and headers. A '68 GTO hood has replaced the original hood. The exterior paint has been redone.
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