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Spectacular black 1968 GTO hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
Looking up the side of Edward's black 1968 GTO hardtop. Nice and straight. CLICK->
Black 1968 GTO hardtop, engine view. CLICK->
Black 1968 GTO hardtop, interior view. CLICK->
Deep red (burgundy) 1968 GTO hardtop owned by Darrin Zaluski. This one is worth a closer look! Darrin added these comments about his car; "I'm not sure what the official name for the color is, but it is actually a Corvette red, very deep, almost burgundy. The vehicle was restored in '95, inside and out, by the father of a close friend of mine. The car has never seen a drop of rain since. It's not show condition, it is a driver, though it has won 4 trophies in competitions held during the Woodward Cruise here in the Detroit area and it is mostly original. It has the 400 Ram Air engine with a 4 speed Hurst shifter." CLICK->
Right rear view of Darrin's burgundy 1968 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
April Gold 1968 GTO hardtop. This one was sent in by Matt. Here's a comment from Matt, "I just found this one on a site and it almost persuaded me to paint mine that color. don't know whos it is. I have a 68 in primer that is almost done and I decided to paint it its original verdoro grrrrrrrrrrrrreeen." CLICK->
You have to take a closer look at this one! It's a reflection of Phil's Platinum Blue 1968 GTO. The car is a 455 with Ram Air IV heads, it has a 3.73 posi-rear, with a 6 speed manual transmission, and underwent an off the frame restoration/modification, by Darrin Magro 2000-2001. CLICK->
Green 1968 LeMans body owned by PNTIACXLR8@aol.com. The owner comments, "I bought it for a parts car for my 69 GTO, and I only paid $100 for it. It was a Grandma's car until some sailors bought it, were hot rodding it, lost it on a curve and bent the frame." CLICK->
1968 GTO hardtop sitting in a field in Tyler, Minnesota. This car was white with a light green interior. CLICK->
1968 GTO hardtop sitting in a field. Closer view of the front end. The body looks to be in pretty good shape! CLICK->
This 1968 GTO has a Hurst Dual Gate shifter. The Dual Gate allowed the driver to either set the shifter to Drive (as shown in this picture) and have the automatic transmission shift itself. Or the driver could move the shifter to the right (pushing the cover plate aside) and shift through the three gears manually. You can just make out the 3 2 1 on the cover plate between the gates shown in this picture. This shifter was also known as the His-n-Hers Shifter, meaning that the manual side was his and the auto side was hers. It's interesting to notice that new car manufactures are starting to come out with Dual Gate shifters again - and calling them a new idea! CLICK->
Yellow 1968 GTO hardtop with a black vinyl top and a black interior. Automatic transmission. Found for sale on the internet from Brooklyn, New York. CLICK->
Yellow 1968 GTO hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
Green 1968 GTO hardtop owned by Ron Sharp (GTODaddy@aol.com). Ron's GTO has hideaway headlights, a hood tach, and Rally II wheels.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Warren T Hanbury (WARRENS-WARRIORS.@prodigy.net) - "I just bought My computer a few days ago and I never ran one nor ever seen the net. I somehow made my way to your GTO site and am amazed at what you done. It was instantly my favorite site. We have several Goats including a 1970 RA5 Judge,1969 RA4 Judge,1969 RA4 convertible and others."