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by Sean Mattingly.
1968 GTO Hardtop Parking Lot
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1968 Pontiac GTO Hardtops.    Lot 39 of 83.
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CLICK-> 68 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] Dave's extreme restoration continues. Another shot of the donor and the 68 hardtop body.
CLICK-> 68 GTO Resto [an error occurred while processing this directive] The body meets the donor.

CLICK-> Blue 68 Tempest [an error occurred while processing this directive] This is a 1968 Tempest from Joshua Bell in Rossville, Georgia. I met this enthusiastic Pontiac owner at an Indiana car show in 2003.
CLICK-> SMOKE! [an error occurred while processing this directive] Joshua's car has a 400cu engine in it out of a GTO. There is a 750cfm Edelbrock carburetor. The smoke-makers are driven by a 12-bolt Safe-T-Track. Joshua is making one hellacious burnout!
CLICK-> Is it still there? [an error occurred while processing this directive] Is the tire bald yet? Yep.
CLICK-> Blue 68 Tempest [an error occurred while processing this directive] The '68 Tempest preparing to round the corner to his house. There is a smoke trail behind the car.

CLICK-> Primered 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Patrick Boosalis sent in these pictures of his project 1968 GTO. I like to see cars at this stage. Patrick is planning an Art Morrison full square tube race frame with IFS front suspension. Is that a Saturn whizzing past the GTO?
CLICK-> Primered 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Left rear view of Patrick's 1968 GTO project.back in high school. I would have killed to get a set of wheels like this on my '68. I had no money, but killing would have been an option, maybe - if a floor jack was also included. We had no floor jack, or money for cool wheels. Hell, I had no money for gas either. In high school, my main goal in life was to get enough gas money for another daily trip to my girlfriend's house so we could cruise the mall. Those were the days.
CLICK-> Primered 68 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Side view of Patrick and his project 1968 GTO.
CLICK-> Head [an error occurred while processing this directive] Patrick is building a Pro-Street 600 cubic inch IA Pontiac block with ported Edelbrock heads. Here's a view of the head.
CLICK-> Head [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's another view of the ported Edelbrock head that will go into the 600ci engine for Patrick's 1968 GTO.
CLICK-> 600ci block top side [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's the top side of Patrick's 600ci IA Pontiac block.
CLICK-> 600ci block [an error occurred while processing this directive] Looking down the piston bore of Patrick's massive 600ci IA Pontiac block.
CLICK-> 600ci block [an error occurred while processing this directive] The underside side of Patrick's 600ci IA Pontiac block.

CLICK-> Burgundy 68 GTO Clone [an error occurred while processing this directive] Burgundy 1968 GTO clone hardtop owned by Michael Witt from Arlington Heights, Illniois. Michael comments, "I owned the car for just a short time before having to sell it because I was going away for school. After a year from getting back from school a friend found my exact car I previously owned at an antique dealership. At the time I had a quite fast Grand National that I ended up trading straight across for. Now I have to sell it again because I'm going to school full time and my job requires me to travel 70% of the time. There is no point to keeping it. This car is a thorough clone car. Email me for details. I'm asking $7500 obo. I just put $2000 into rebuild on the engine."
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1968 Pontiac GTO Hardtops.    Lot 39 of 83.


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