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CLICK-> 1968 GTO at show [an error occurred while processing this directive] Car show time. Check out the front plate. It says: 68HOGTO, meaning this car has the High Output engine.

CLICK-> 1968 JBL [an error occurred while processing this directive] This image came in via email. It is from JBL1007@aol.com . He says it took a 4-month search to find this 1968 GTO. The numbers match. He drives it to work every day. He says they are not going to have kids, they are going to have GTO's!

CLICK-> 1968 no motor [an error occurred while processing this directive] Doing a restoration on a 1968 GTO. This is how they get things looking like showroom new. Ya get that oily engine outta there. Then the frame, suspension, and firewall are treated to fresh paint.

CLICK-> 1968 Prit car [an error occurred while processing this directive] This '68 GTO belongs to Dennis Pritchard. He says he has owned it since 1995. He is the fourth owner. It is a rust-free southern car. It has been restored to its original condition. It is Verdoro Green with black interior. It is a 4 speed car with air conditioning.
CLICK-> 1968 Prit 2 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Side view of the '68 GTO Pritchardmobile in the grass. It has 89,000 miles. Dennis owned a '67 GTO convertible while in high school and like many others sold it dirt cheap in the 70's when the oil crisis started.

CLICK-> 1968 Tempest in front of PONTIAC [an error occurred while processing this directive] Now you are looking at a 1968 Tempest parked in front of a big PONTIAC sign. Since this picture was taken, the owner had the rear lowered an inch. The front was lowered two inches. It has a 350 engine in it which has been bored to be 361 cubic inch displacement. It has many other engine performance modifications. The car rides on Koni adjustable shocks, and H-O Racing 1.375" anti-sway bars front and rear. The color is called Tarpon Blue metallic base with clear coat. The owner has not yet told me his name.

CLICK-> 68 GTO ad [an error occurred while processing this directive] Vintage magazine advertisement for the 1968 GTO. This one says, "If you think Wide-Tracking is just a slogan, you've never been behind the wheel of The Great One." This ad you can read.

CLICK-> 1968 Damian [an error occurred while processing this directive] Damian Muzzi's 1968 GTO. Stanley Kaminski sent in this picture. Damian is working on his 1968 hardtop. The yellow '68 belongs to his father who is the original owner. The one on the street belongs to Steve Kilmer.

CLICK-> 1968 GTO is bright as hello yello [an error occurred while processing this directive] Hello Yello! You have probably seen this car on the opening graphic on The Ultimate GTO Picture Site. This one was owned by "Huckster". This was originally an H.O. car, but now sports a 455 4-speed with 3.23:1 posi rear. Most chrome and rubber is new. "Huckster" sold it to build a house.

CLICK-> 1968 GTO with huge lights [an error occurred while processing this directive] Harold McCarty got tired of hitting deer with this car, so he added some HUGE driving lights to the front. Harold says: "This car is a great driver, 120,000+ miles when I parked it. Speedometer cable was broken when I got it. No rips in the interior. Snagged two deer with it though". The car has black bucket seats with a console, tach, E.T. wheels, and Corvette manual steering box. In case you're wondering, those lights are 1,000,000 candle power!

CLICK-> 1968 GTO postcard [an error occurred while processing this directive] Ron Hofman sent me this postcard of a 1968 GTO. It was a promotional item that his son picked up from a dealership.

CLICK-> 1968 GTO at Bethel's Goat Farm [an error occurred while processing this directive] This one was emailed to me by Mike Margozzi. It was taken at Bethel's Goat Farm which is a parts and restoration company in California. Mike says: "This place used to be soooo cool. The guy running it (Bruce Bethel) used to always have 6 to 12 cars around. Many of them nice. I took a few pics one day (10 or 15 years ago). Look at this garage! Is this heaven or what? The place is still in business, but is mainly a parts place now".

CLICK-> 68 LeMans Project [an error occurred while processing this directive] Matt from San Antonio, Texas is restoring his 1968 LeMans hardtop. Here is Matt's story, "It was supposed to be a driver while my '68 GTO w/matching motor and heads was getting restored... the friend of eight years stripped and parted out my Goat and then amscrayed leaving me with no money and a worthless shell of a four speed GTO. This Clone has a '68 Firebird 400 with '67 GTO 670 heads, a turbo 400 with Dual Gate and has had it's fair share of bad machining and jerks with no integrity messing it up. The engine has only 600 miles on it but doesn't run. She's all I got left of my Goat but I love her all the same. Oh yeah, the roof had to be repaired because of the jerk that trucked it down to Texas from Utah scrunched the roof up inside his carrier and then popped the roof back out and didn't bother to own up to it."

CLICK-> 1968 LeMans view #1 [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is a 1968 LeMans sent in by Gerald Brock. The car is stock.
CLICK-> 1968 LeMans view #2 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Take a second look at the 1968 LeMans. It has a 285hp 350 engine, 2-barrel, Tempest Torque 2-speed transmission, and 2.93 posi. The car has about 123,000 miles on it.
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