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Left rear view of Ly's 1968 GTO hardtop. CLICK->
It has a blue interior. Bucket seats aren't too common in a LeMans. CLICK->
Another shot of the interior. CLICK->
Blue 1969 GTO hardtop owned by Gary from Maryland. Gary was reading the 'Text Topics' article on this website about the Royal Bobcat cars. He writes to ask some questions, "Great article. I have recently purchased a 68 GTO and am trying to trace the history as this car has all the makings of an Royal Bobcat. The history is somewhat hard to follow as the original owner who had the engine changed to a 429 as I am told 'went to Viet Nam' and did not come home. Just at that - being a vet this car is really special to me. The second owner I have located in California, however is unclear about what he remembers per his caretaker. Are there any VIN# records on GTOs that were Bobcatted?" CLICK->
Meridian Turquoise 1968 GTO hardtop owned by Matt Brown form Eden, North Carolina. Matt tells us more, "The car was purchased from its original owner. He bought it in my hometown at Tri City Pontiac. It was built Nov 15 1967 and delivered December 24th 1967. The original owners have seen the restoration. My Brother also has a 68 GTO." CLICK->
You don't see a lot of cars painted this color. So take a look and enjoy. Meridian Turquoise 1968 GTO hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
This one has a good shine on it. Meridian Turquoise 1968 GTO hardtop, right rear view. CLICK->
Meridian Turquoise 1968 GTO hardtop owned by Matt Brown from North Carolina. It has a 400 HO engine and a manual transmission. CLICK->
Meridian Turquoise 1968 GTO hardtop, front end view. CLICK->
This photo is extra leafy. Meridian Turquoise 1968 GTO hardtop, right rear view. CLICK->
Meridian Turquoise 1968 GTO hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
Matt Brown sends us some updated shots of his Meridian Turquoise 1968 GTO hardtop. It has a 400ci HO engine, 3-speed manual transmission, and a 3.55 Posi rear end. CLICK->
Another nice big shot of Matt's Meridian Turquoise 1968 GTO hardtop. GR-RRR! CLICK->
Black Primer 1968 GTO hardtop owned by Curtis from Hollister, California. Curtis explains, I've had Heather, yes that's her name, since Jan 2002. When I got her she was about five different colors so I decided to rattle can her black for now. After my first deployment to Afghanistan, I put every penny I saved up under the hood in my first attempt at building an engine. Young and naive - I built something that wasn't practical at all and ended up cutting a hole in the original rust, bend, and crack free hood... Ouch! Now I have learned from my ways and I'm in the
brainstorming phase of throwing a Butler Performance aluminum 505ci EFI big boy with twin turbo's. We'll see how it all pans out." CLICK->
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Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Jeffrey N. Meyer (Jefflerna.@ucd.net) - "I'm out here in the middle of the Pacific on the Island of Guam. I'm a GTO/Pontiac fan! Ever since my Dad owned a Green '68 GTO when I was young. There are 2 GTO's on this Island of 150 thousand people, I've seen or heard of a black '69 convertible, and heard of a (story) of a '64 stashed away somewhere. So maybe if I get rich someday (hee,hee) or if I go back to the states. I'll certainly buy a '68 or a '69 GTO!"