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Vic's Right-hand-drive Midnight Blue 1968 GTO hardtop (right) sitting next to a Left-hand-drive lighter blue 1968 GTO convertible at a car show. CLICK->
Primavera Beige 1968 GTO owned by Matt Black from Fondulac, Wisconsin. Matt explains, "After selling with regret my 67 GTO, I had to get back in the game with a fixer-upper. I found a 68 GTO in Oklahoma that was solid but needed work. It had many dents and was treated pretty rough. The engine is currently a 350 Pontiac but this winter  in goes a 400 or 428."Click here to see Matt's old 1967 GTO with the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with year=1967, model=GTO, and owner=Matt Blank. CLICK->
Another shot of Matt's Pirmavera Beige 1968 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
Matt starts working on his Goat. Matt continues, "It took many hours to get the front fenders, hood and Endura bumper aligned to look good. It's worth the time in the end." CLICK->
Here is an update on Matt's Primavera Beige 1968 GTO hardtop. He has the body done. The engine will get worked on in the Winter of 2008. CLICK->
Another front end shot of Matt's Primavera Beige 1968 GTO hardtop. Matt adds, "Primavera Beige is an old looking color - vintage I say." CLICK->
Primavera Beige 1968 GTO hardtop, straight-on front end shot. CLICK->
Rick has owned this red 1968 GTO hardtop since 1984. It has a 4-speed, air conditioning and 53,288 miles on the clock. He has it in the garage for some work. CLICK->
Rick is working on the top. He has removed the the old white vinyl top. CLICK->
Mayfair Maize 1968 GTO owned by Michael Martensen from College Station, Texas. Michael tells us, "My son found it on eBay about 3 months ago . We had it re-painted. The car has Kaufman racing heads and a Vertigate 4-speed shifter. It is lots of fun to drive." It has a 12.5 second dial in on the window. CLICK->
Here is Michael staging his Mayfair Maize 1968 GTO. CLICK->
A night time racing shot. CLICK->
Jason restored this 1968 LeMans himself. He says it took him nine months and 4,000 dollars. He is seventeen! Jason tells us, "There's not a better feeling than driving something you built yourself. Putting all that time and money into it, just something I cannot explain." CLICK->
In December of 2006, Dan G from Massachusetts purchased this Solar Red 1968 GTO hardtop. It had a black vinyl top. He's looking forward to putting it back together and getting it on the road again. It came from the factory with these options: black vinyl top, black bucket interior, YS 400ci engine, Turbo 400 automatic transmission, pushbutton radio with manual antenna, hideaway headlights, Deluxe wheel discs (hub caps), console, electric clock, power steering, power brakes, tinted glass all around, custom air conditioning, and Redline G77x14 tires.
Inside we have a floor shift automatic. It looks clean in here. Check out the floors - not much rust.