This car started its life as an extremely desirable Ram Air I, 4
Speed in which is 1 of only 650 believed to be built. Ordered new
by the son of an Ohio Pontiac dealership, this car was optioned to
be a race car. Factory Radio delete, Ram Air I engine, 4 Speed
manual transmission and Safe-T-Track rear axle. It is believed this
car was converted right away to be a purpose built drag car, with a
believed to be original 4,461 miles. The car still has the original
Ram Air I XS coded engine block, which today is extremely hard to
find. Adding to the luster of original unobtanium parts, this GTO
is equipped with the super special and exceedingly rare RAM V
cylinder heads and single 4bbl Intake manifold. This GTO is had
fiberglass nose fitted, mini tubs installed, a plethora of drag
race suspension upgrades, roll cage, fuel cell, all done during its
heyday in the 1970's. This car sat dormant for many years and was
given a once over by the experts at Kilpatrick Engine and
Transmission in Waukesha Wisconsin. This GTO was kept in a
preservation state to keep the period correct modifications. These
time capsule drag cars are few and far between and add in the RAM V
pieces, this becomes a very special and unique car in the
1968 Pontiac GTO
Location:Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
Interior Color:Black / Bare
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