This GTO belongs to David. It is Verdoro Green. CLICK->
This 1968 GTO resides in Newfoundland. It was originally from California. CLICK->
The owner of this 1968 GTO is Fred Woodman who says the car is all original except for the paint. CLICK->
A blue GTO from Joe Williams who is also known as "GTO Joe". He says: "At the 1993 Northwest Regional GTO Meet in Bend Ore. The car took third place in the 1968-69 GTO Modified Class. Then the dread fully day happened the rear main went and a valve on the way home. The car still ran and the valve got replaced. So at that time I decided to have a friend paint the car a new color, Sea Mist Green. Well as time went by a lost some interest in getting the car done, so it sat for the next 5yrs. Well last week I got the car back painted but still to do trim, interior and motor gaskets. Well to my dismay the 400 block that only had 15000 miles on a rebuild had 2 rusty cylinders so off to the shop it went. So I'm now in the process of putting the other stuff together. I'll tell you this time the car will not sit like that, I learned the hard way." CLICK->
Extreme wheelie time! 1968 GTO. This video capture was emailed in by Kathy Stagni who is the newsletter editor of the Land of Lakes GTO club in Minneapolis. She says: "I have attached a picture of my husband Lee doing a wheelie at the Muscle Car Shoot Out during the 4th of July weekend at Brainerd International Speedway here in Minnesota. By the way, he is the President of the Club, and placed in the top five fastest cars in the "King Street' category of drag racing. It's a 68 GTO hardtop that has a Butler engine. Built in 1998 by S&S Performance, Crystal Minnesota. This car is a complete ground-up restoration. The "rust-bucket" was disassembled to the frame and reassembled with either new or rebuilt parts. The old car was purchased in October and was on the track for the first day of racing in minnesota (may 12th). The car has gone faster with each outing! The car has a stock chassis that has been strengthened by boxing the frame and adding a cross-member. The 8-point roll cage also helps with rigidity. The body has fiberglass front clip, hood, doors and trunk. The car weighs in at 3525 lbs with all fluids and driver. Original turbo 400 tranny was rebuilt and we added a Ford 9 inch rear end with 380 gears to help take the punishment. The engine was designed and built (carb to pan) by Jim Bulter Performance in Tennessee. It produced 670HP and 635 ftlbs torque on the engine dyno before we added a 250hp nitrous shot. Best ET is 10.22 at 130mph, but stay tuned -- it has more to offer!" CLICK->
This is Lee Stagni. This is his '68 car (I know it has '69 parts on it). Here, he is seen at the dragstrip, car snorting! As of 2005, the owner says this car holds the fastest known quarter-mile elapsed time for a GTO powered by a traditional Pontiac 455-block engine. The car's nitrous oxide injected Pontiac engine recorded its fastest elapsed time of 8.28 seconds at over 160 miles per hour. On a mild tune-up, the car consistently runs 8.8 seconds in the mid 150 mph range. This car will hook-up at any track and is very consistent...making it not only a pleasure to drive and watch, but also a tough bracket racing competitor. The car is a twelve-time Top Ten Club qualifier at Brainerd International Raceway and multiple class winner both heads-up and bracket racing. CLICK->
This is a race car called Head Rush. Not a very good photo, but look for this car in person. If you see it at the track, snap a better picture of it and mail it to me. CLICK->
Nightshade Green 1968 GTO hardtop painted with the red Ram Air V stripes. This has the Royal Bobcat paint scheme on it. CLICK->
An outside shot of this Nightshade Green 1968 GTO hardtop with the red Ram Air V stripes. CLICK->
Looks like a big 428ci engine is under the hood. CLICK->
Nightshade Green 1968 GTO hardtop, engine view. It's a Ram Air 428ci engine. CLICK->
The 428ci block during the engine build. CLICK->
The interior in this Nightshade Green 1968 GTO is gold. It has an 8-track tape player and the Custom Sport steering wheel. CLICK->
This 1968 GTO has the ultra-cool Hurst Dual Gate shifter. Pull straight down to have the transmission shift automatically. Push off to the right and move through the three gears yourself. Note the presence of three extra emblems in this photo that are not factory-supplied. CLICK->
1968 GTO from John Fro has a nice red car with a black vinyl top. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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