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Same 1968 GTO. It was repainted and a black vinly top put on. CLICK->
Same 1968 GTO with the front removed. CLICK->
Same 1968 GTO rear view after many years. CLICK->
Same 1968 GTO with body removed from frame. CLICK->
This is a line art drawing of a 1968 GTO. You can capture the full size version off this web page. It is fun to try different paint schemes on your computer screen. Use your drawing program to convert it to a color .JPG if you want to color it in with your flood fill tool. By the way, I've already drawn a GTO in every color that was available in 1968. See the bottom of the page for the Paint Colors menus.
There are color paint chips next to a car of each color. It's the first of
its kind on the web! CLICK->
Ron Hofman (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted this picture of his 1968 GTO. The picture was taken in 1973. He and his wife had gone to the beach, and you can see their cooler in the picture, just behind the passenger door. His antenna was on the rear quarterpanel. It is interesting that it was a manual antenna mounted in that location. CLICK->
An earlier photo of Ron's 1968 GTO with his dog Tuffy and his (then) girlfriend, Marilyn.
1968 LeMans on the street in California. It is the subject of a 2008 news report about "people behaving badly" which highlights people breaking laws. Is this evidence of bad people breaking a good law? Or does it show how much we have allowed the government to interfere with private property and free enterprise? CLICK->
Michael Margozzi (email@example.com) sent in this 1968 GTO photo which was taken in 1986. Back then you could grab a GTO for $1,000. He still owns this car. Mike was just about to go fishing in the stream in the background. He says the car has gone downhill since this shot. Check out the 67 lot for pictures of Mike's '67 GTO. CLICK->
Matt in Ormond Beach, Florida sent in this 1968 GTO. It has the 400 engine with the 400 Turbo transmission. Hideaway headlights grace the front of this GTO. It also has the His & Hers shifter, power disc front brakes, power steering, tilt wheel, map lite, and deluxe seatbelts. It has Ram Air which was added on. He has all non-Ram Air original parts.
The GTO was the Motor Trend Car Of The Year. 1968 began with the GTO winning a major award only two months after it had been introduced. This one has a 400 engine with a 4-barrel Carter AFB carburetor riding on it. There is also an M-40 automatic transmission, power windows, power trunk release, power brakes, power steering, air conditioning, and tilt steering wheel. This one was on Rick's web page. CLICK->
Here's the fine front view of the 68 GTO. It looks like Rick drew
on a front license plate. CLICK->
Here's the right rear view of Rick's 68 GTO. CLICK->
Hey, kids! This is Bob's 1968 GTO. Bob lives in Orlando. Orlando is a warm place. Bob is a lucky guy. Bob likes to rev his 400 engine. Kids, can you say GR-RRR? Bob is crazy because he wants to sell this car. Who wants to take this nice car off Bob's hands? Bob's car has drag gears, a cam, and headers. Let's go to the track boys and girls. Bob's car costs $9850 or best offer. Oops. Sean lost Bob's email address. Can you say stupid? Sean is stupid for losing Bob's address. CLICK->
Here is a 1968 LeMans with a 350 engine and 2-barrel carburetor. The interior is correct except for the addition of a tape player stuffed into the center air conditioning vent. This one was sent in by Johnny B. CLICK->
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Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Robert (hiyo.@aol.com) - "You are my hero. I am 50. I had a friend who owned a '67 goat in '69. He let me drive it. I have never forgotten the experience. It was maroon with white interior h/t 4 spd tri power. He let me wind it up. Wow."