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Metalflake black 1968 GTO clone hardtop, right side view. CLICK->
Metalflake black 1968 GTO clone hardtop, right front view again. CLICK->
Metalflake black 1968 GTO clone hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
Here is the car in the garage. CLICK->
Another shot of Jeff's 1968 LeMans. Wow, a diamondplate sunshade. CLICK->
Burgundy 1968 GTO hardtop owned by Gordie from New Jeresey. Gordie has been restoring it for the last six years. It is near completion. CLICK->
Burgundy 1968 GTO hardtop, left side view. This Goat wears a set of Cragar wheels. CLICK->
Shot of the engine. He has a chrome fan guard. CLICK->
White 1968 GTO hardtop owned by Allen Billups. It has a rebuilt 1968 Pontiac 400ci engine, Holley 750 carburetor, and a TH400 automatic tranny.
White 1968 GTO hardtop, right side view. It wears a set of Cragars. CLICK->
White 1968 GTO hardtop, rear end view. The rear bumper has been painted white. CLICK->
The interior is gold. It has a Hurst His/Her's Shifter. CLICK->
White 1968 GTO hardtop, engine view. It's a 400ci engine. CLICK->
1968 LeMans hardtop owned by Ly from Salina, Kansas. Ly has this story to share, "I'd say ten years or so ago a buddy of mine named Jeremiah had a yellow 68 Tempest. I just thought was the coolest thing since sliced bread. Something about that big chrome nose I couldn't get past. I've owned several Mustangs, but man I had fun in that old p.o.s Tempest. It had rust everywhere and an old stop sign for a floorpan but it was a cool car regardless. Now, ten years on pouring over old picture archives on UltimategeGTO, I still hadn't forgotten about it when one finally came up for sale close enough to me. I ended up sacrificing my p.o.s. 88 Mustang GT and some cash to have it, but it was worth it. It's numbers matching 350 auto with a little of this and a little of that. It makes me happy. Needs some work in the quarters mostly, but that's about it everything else is solid. Now, sometimes I get some sh*t because it's not a GTO, but what else do you see in all the cool movies anyway? Why, you see my LeMans of course." CLICK->
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Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jack Manchester (bmf.@ns1.castlenet.com) - "There is no better compliment to a fine Goat than to have a hot babe in the picture with it. Wouldn't you like to see a red hot goat and a white hot babe burning the monitor up? So please more of the two together and keep on bringing those fabulous GTO's"