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1968 Crystal Turquoise GTO hardtop, picture #7 right side view. It is owned by Mark Williams who goes on to say - "The vacuums in the hide away headlights are not functioning, but I don't know enough about those to know if it is a simple fix or not. I imagine it's not too difficult." CLICK->
1968 Crystal Turquoise GTO hardtop, picture #8 lower left front view. It is owned by Mark Williams wraps it up with - "The engine is absoultely stock. It does not have Ram Air. It has road grime and such. The factory chrome valve covers will polish up to new
condition. The engine and the engine compartment needs detailed out. It should not be started though until someone (the new owner) replaces all the oil, cleans out the fuel tank, devarishes the carburetor and does other restoration fix ups. I have no doubts the drivetrain is fine. The wheels all turn freely. I'm sure the brakes would probably need gone over. The dual exhaust appears to be solid all over."
"This car is absolutely the perfect car to do a complete frame off for show or you can do very little and make it a daily driver (although that would be a shame to use it for that since it would make such a nice show car). This car has never been for sale since new. I have spoken to a few GTO experts who tell me the car is worth between $7,000 and $9,000 as it sits. If someone did the work themselves, I imagine they could put less than $2,000 into the car and have a $15,000 goat. If they were to have it done, I would guess about $4,000 would do a complete 8-point restoration. The car has 41,000 documented original miles. I even have the original owners manual. Call or write if you are interested."
Mark Williams, 6319 Rosa Linda Dr., Dayton OH 45459
If he tells you the car is sold, please write and tell me when it's sold. CLICK->
Mike Holten has a son named Luke. This is Luke's 1968 LeMans which they both restored. CLICK->
1968 LeMans picture #2. CLICK->
1968 LeMans and Luke Holten picture #3. CLICK->
This gentleman must be honked off. Maybe its because he has no hood scoops on his 1968 GTO! CLICK->
Maurice has this 1968 GTO. It was found in the boneyard. He's been working on it for 5 years. CLICK->
Front end view of Maurice's yellow 1968 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Left rear view of Maurice's yellow 1968 GTO which features a spoiler and painted rear bumper. CLICK->
Check out the unique air cleaner work on Maurice's yellow 1968 GTO. CLICK->
Left front view of Maurice's yellow 1968 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Front view of a burgundy 1968 GTO from Texas with hideaway headlights and a hood tach. CLICK->
More of this burgundy 1968 GTO. CLICK->
Rear view of a burgundy 1968 GTO with a spoiler and painted bumper. CLICK->
Scott Schneider (firstname.lastname@example.org) sent in these pictures of his brother in laws 1968 GTO since he doesn't have a computer. He lives in Hopkins Michigan. He totally stripped the car down and restored it. When Scott originally saw the GTO prior to restoration it was painted red. Now it has been restored to the original color. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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