The right look, four-on-the-floor, and plenty of power from the V8
- this 1968 Pontiac GTO is everything you want from a true muscle
car icon... and there's even an A/C interior. So it's amazing you
can get such a well-finished GTO for quite an obtainable price.
Verdoro Green is the factory-correct color and it sets the tone
nicely. After all, the late 1960s were all about earthtones, but
this color also had a bit of a deeper tone that belongs on a muscle
car. They even gave this one a modern clearcoat respray so that the
clean body really pops in the sunshine. But in never loses that
vintage vibe. In fact, this has all the right classic GTO elements,
including the dual hood scoops, badging, wide dual exhaust tips,
and Endura front end (exclusive to real-deal GTOs in '68.) We love
the hideaway headlight option, and with a some servicing these will
be fully functional again. Plus, Pontiac's Rally II wheels are
practically legends all on their own. So it's great to see them
complete, right down to the PMD center caps.
Black interior always look like they are ready to get down to
speedy business, but you can also tell they made some nice
investments in keeping this one comfortable, too. The seats, door
panels, dash, and headliner all have a quality look that signals
they made the right investments here. The upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo
and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning make this a great coupe
where family and friend want to go for a ride. Of course, you don't
need any of them to have fun in this GTO. The bucket seat, armrest
center console, and three-spoke steering wheel signal this is a
driver's machine. You've got an upgraded Hurst shifter and the hood
tach is the 1960s version of a heads-up display.
This GTO no longer has its original engine but has been given a
70's period 350 Pontiac powerplant. Crisp hoses, bright valve
covers, matching air topper, and Pontiac's hallmark turquoise block
give this a nice presentation. So you'll not only talk about this
upgrade, but you'll happily show it off, too. The V8 inhales deeply
with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock hi-rise
intake. And the big motor exhales with authority out of the dual
exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. The Muncie four-speed manual
transmission put you in the center of all the action. Plus, you
have power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and sway bars
front & rear.
This is a powerful real-deal GTO that retains its correct colors
and intimidating attitude, and it also has all the right upgrades.
Don't miss out, call today!