... PICTURE SET CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE CLICK->
Nice front view is combined with a photo of the clean trunk innards on this 1968 GTO. It has been sold. CLICK->
This is a legendary 1968 GTO magazine ad. It caused quite a stir when first published and was not allowed to be published after its first appearance in magazines. It was pulled because it encouraged street racing. Can you believe it? Well, this was taken on Detriot's Woodward Avenue which was well known for cruising. This goat is sitting in a turn-around area waiting for someone to race. CLICK->
An artistic rendering of an old ad that appeared in car magazines in 1967/68. The ad agency more than hinted that the GTO was the car to run on Woodward Avenue. This was a bold statement from a time when teenagers gathered to talk engine sizes and horsepower. This image is available as a poster on the web site of Jim Wangers. CLICK->
How about a re-enactment of the legendary 1968 GTO magazine ad. This comes to us from DavidE@merriam.org. The car is seen at the city limits of Bloomfield Hills. I can't figure out why there's a typo on the Woodward Ave sign. It says "horth" instead of "north". Huh? CLICK->
Steve Duryee created this animation of a 1968 GTO backing out of a garage then returning. CLICK->
This '68 looks like an Alpine Blue Judge. Gotcha. They did not make a Judge in 1968. Anyway, the owner probably still enjoys this car. The addition of the rear wing and some Judge stripes make the car look a lot more racy. Has a black interior, automatic transmission with Hurst dual gate shifter, 400 High Output V-8 engine with Ram Air, power steering, 8 track tape player, and power windows. CLICK->
A shiny blue '68 GTO parked in a driveway. This photo was mailed in by Don Schroeder of Minnesota. He's a collector of Hot Wheels cars. In fact, Don bought my entire collection of them! CLICK->
A 1968 GTO from New York. It has a 469 roller engine in it with a Turbo Hydramatic 400 transmission, Ford 9" rear, and Nitrous Oxide injection. Owner says it runs 11.89 second quarter miles at 122 MPH without the bottle and 10.89 at 128 MPH with a shot of Nitrous. It has won tons of shows and racing trophies. Owned by Gtotiger1@aol.com CLICK->
This '68 GTO use to belong to Mark Graham. It was stolen. This is the before picture. He eventually got the car back again and sold it to Robert Morello. CLICK->
Robert Morello did a complete overhaul on this 1968 GTO hardtop. Look, there is another GTO parked in the background. CLICK->
The front end looks great on this green 1968 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Here's a closeup of the engine in Robert's 68 GTO. Robert also has a 1968 GTO convertible parked in our 1968 Converible Lot. You want more information on engines? Here are Sean's book recommendations...
I have a favorite shirt that has this 1968 GTO on it. I found out you can scan a t-shirt. Just lay it on the flatbed scanner. CLICK->
This '68 GTO is a parts car. It has a smashed in roof and shattered windshield. This is what NOT to do with your car. CLICK->
This '68 GTO was a prize in a contest run by a car dealer in Texas.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Brian Smit (bsmit.@acmotorcars.com) - "Best site out there. And I thought I was obsessed ?! How I can convince my neighbor to sell me his 68 Royal Bobcat?"