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Dented green 1968 Tempest gold interior view from Mike Hrubes. CLICK->
Dented green 1968 Tempest 250ci 175hp 6-cylinder 1-barrel SOHC
engine view from Mike Hrubes. CLICK->
Andy Neitzel lives in Enterprise, Alabama. He recently bought this 1968 GTO from his boss. Andy says the car isn't as good as the picture would lead you to believe. The front and rear bumpers both need straightening and the body needs some minor work along with a new paint job. Overall, the interior is in good condition. The car has a 400 ci engine that was completely rebuilt prior to purchase. The seller added a RAM Air IV cam and a Holley 4 barrel carb and a 3 speed transmission. It has power windows, power antenna, hideaway headlights, rear window defogger, and reverb. This is his first "classic car". The color, according to the data plate, is Meridian Turquoise with an ivory-white top. CLICK->
This is a wild computer-generated graphic I found. I think it resembles a 1968 GTO. CLICK->
Vintage 2 page magazine ad featuring a red 1968 GTO hardtop, as well as some other GM cars. The ad states, The more fun you get out of driving, the more our mark of exellence means in 1968. This ad is READABLE! CLICK->
A guy with the email address of (Tim4tsr@aol.com) sends this '68 GTO which has 26 options and a four-speed. CLICK->
A 1968 LeMans from (ShAgGy9iCp@aol.com) with a 350 V8, 2bbl carb, black interior (for now). It is being restored. The front end is off. He plans to put in headers and dual exhaust. CLICK->
Philip Sorley has two kids in High School in Burbank, California. His son is a Junior and drives a 1968 GTO with a license plate "LOVGOAT". His sister is a Senior, one year older and fittingly drives the one year older which is a 1967 GTO. CLICK->
They ripped the vinyl roof off this 1968 GTO. CLICK->
1968 Crystal Turquoise GTO hardtop, picture #1 left front view. It is owned by Mark Williams who has this to say - "This 1968 GTO was my Grandmother's car. She bought it new here in Dayton at Rodgers Pontiac. She was the ONLY driver of the car its entire life, driving it to and from the grocery store. I purchased the car out of her estate when she passed away about 3 years ago. She was 85 years old when she died. She stopped driving the car about 10 years ago when she bought a new car. It has always been garaged" CLICK->
1968 Crystal Turquoise GTO hardtop, picture #2 lower left front view. It is owned by Mark Williams who goes on to say - "It is crystal turquoise (gun metal blue/grey) with matching interior. 400 cu. inch with factory dual gate Hurst automatic on the floor. Rest assured, all drivetrain components are orginal and matching. The car does not have a hood tach, but it does have hide away headlights (makes the car!)." CLICK->
1968 Crystal Turquoise GTO hardtop, picture #3 lower left front view. It is owned by Mark Williams who goes on to say - "The body has never been wrecked or damaged. Only grocery cart door dings. The driver's side rear quarter has a slight crease from a door frame or something. There is one rust spot on the bottom of the right front fender. The rest of the body is absolutely solid and straight, including the floor boards and undercarriage. You won't find one more straight!" CLICK->
1968 Crystal Turquoise GTO hardtop, picture #4 front end view. It is owned by Mark Williams who goes on to say - "I pulled the car out of the garage and learned that after about 10 years of sitting, the engine turns freely and there is compression in all cylinders. Great news!" CLICK->
1968 Crystal Turquoise GTO hardtop, picture #5 interior view. It is owned by Mark Williams who goes on to say - "The interior is very good. The carpet is not worn but should be dyed with new color. There are no tears or even cracks in the seats or dash. The only interior needs are the center console arm rest lid and the deck lid panel in the back window." CLICK->
1968 Crystal Turquoise GTO hardtop, picture #6 left rear fender view. It is owned by Mark Williams who goes on to say - "The rear springs appear to be weak, but then again, maybe not. I'm not an expert. The interior items all turned on and work, even the turn signals. Don't know about the heater cause it hasn't been run to know. Knowing my grandmother though, I'm sure she maintained it so that it probably works." PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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