Darin has this 1968 HO-HT-442-GTO. See this red on red hardtop, Baltimore built, rebuilt WT400HO Engine, Velocity stack filter, Muncie M-21 4-speed, Hays Rametalic, Carter 750cfm, 12/1comp, Crane cam, Mallory promaster/Unilite/S.S. Prowire, Heddman Headers, 2.5'' stainless steel dual exhaust, Edel. proflows. 3.55 Lockin' Diff, lowered front springs & poly bushings. Appliance 14x8 mag wheels, custom Pioneer stereo system. Grant wheel. Runs best on aviation fuel. CLICK->
This is a painting of a Route 66 diner. Can you spot the 1968 GTO? Or how about the 69 GTO?
Aaron Womacks has a whole story about his car. I'll let you hear it in his words, "My GTO has long story of how I got it so I will start at the beginning. There was this girl that I had known for a while and me and her dad got along pretty good so one day she started talking about a car that her dad was going to give to her. So I kept asking her what it was and she said it was a really loud old car. So one day I asked him what it was. And it ended up being my dream car he said it was a 1968 GTO. So jokingly I asked him if he wanted to sell it and he said yeh so I asked how much and offered him 2 grand jokingly and he said he would take it. So I figured it was in allright condition and did not run. Oh, was I in for a suprise! I went into the garage and I saw it for the first time. The body was in mint conditon but it had been untouched for 10 years so it was dirty. And I bought it the next week and I got a free t-10 trans. It had a Muncie trans in it and got an extra 400 for it too. So I really got the car for free. Good deal, huh. He paid 5 grand for it, repainted it, put the Muncie in. He got it to run high 11's in the strip and then stuck it in a garage." CLICK->
Primered 1968 GTO with a hood tach and Rally II wheels. CLICK->
A red one (1968 GTO). Its parked near a country junkyard. Check out the Buick wheels. CLICK->
This is a blue 1968 GTO with baby moon wheels. The picture is a little fuzzy, but you may appreciate the neat color anyway. Who knows why they placed the GTO sticker on the front fender? CLICK->
This is Eddie's 1968 GTO clone. It wears a 1969 non-hideaway grille.
But we won't hold that against him. CLICK->
Nordic Blue 1968 GTO hardtop. This one has a black vinyl top, hideaway headlights, and a hood tach. CLICK->
A detailed drawing of a 1968 GTO. CLICK->
What about a turbo GTO? Yep, this one is very different from most goats as it is running with a complete 1987 Buick Grand National drivetrain including turbo intercooler and fuel injection! The car is as fast as any GTO made and gets great mileage to boot. The owner says he always tries and attends Pontiac drags in the Jersey area and always does pretty good. He reports a best time of 11.97@111mph. It gets consistent high 12s. He claims to have time slips to prove it. I guess you can still be a total Pontiac nut even though you yank out the poncho engine. CLICK->
How about green? This 1968 GTO has the rear antenna. Most cars had their antennas mounted on the front fender. CLICK->
Park it at a car show. This 1968 GTO has a couple of special features. You can see the Hurst wheels. I have seen those selling for $1000 per wheel. The car also has a Royal Bobcat sticker on the door. CLICK->
This Alpine Blue GTO resides in Phoenix, Arizona. Owner Peter Mauldin says the car is completely original down to the paint. It is a matching numbers car with a two-tone paint scheme which is extremely rare. It has a 400 cubic inch engine, 400 turbo transmission, 3 speed Hurst Dual Gate automatic, 3:36 rear end gears, and factory air conditioning. He's the third owner of the GTO, buying it from the original owner's son. CLICK->
Another view of Peter's Apline Blue 1968 GTO. (big clear image - take a look) CLICK->
This 1968 GTO waits for a turn in the shop. It's owned by Brendan.
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