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A Beast — My GTO is a rare vehicle with the endura bumper delete option which was only offered during the first half of the model run. The car has factory front disc brakes which make it driveable as opposed to the four wheel drums which were common at the time. I purchased it from the original owner and have done a slow but methodical rehab of the car. Mechanicals have all been rebuilt and the body has it's first ever repaint. This vehicle is definitely a driver not a show queen which generates interest due to it's uncommon appearance among other GTOs.

Pros: A fun car to cruise

Cons: Lousy Mileage

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1968 Pontiac GTOReview
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Awsome Car — this is an unbeleivable car I bought when I was 16. I have had for 32 years and it has been very dependable. I think the styling has great lines as it was motor trends car of the year in 1968. the great one or gto gass tires and oil was what i refered to it most of the time is a classic. 400ho engine has plently of zip with 383 gear ratio plenty of off the line zip and top end with a lil lag inbetween. I would buy all the 60's cars if i had the means but i would never trade my baby. when i was 16 i had guys my age not come by and say i had one of those but sold it when i got married i vowed to never do the same

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: extremely squirley lil thing

Cons: handling not matching the power. I guess not much cornering in the 60's

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1968 Pontiac GTOReview
adler55 writes:
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Great Car For Fun And Eye Catching.... — Love driving Missy and getting all the compliments....She garners lots of attention from everyone who sees her and hears her go by. Missy growls as a GTO should with her 455 under the hood and dual exhaust system. Still have a few minor bugs to work out but in all after six years she is a joy to drive.

Pros: Everything has been redone in an off the frame restoration...

Cons: Noisy as most old cars can be

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A Classic — numbers matching gto, wt 400 with #16 heads 350 hp backed by a wide ratio muncie four speed, with a 3.23 posi rear. power steering power driver seat, and factory air, manual 4 wheel drum brakes, solar red shines very sharp looking car

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: looks

Cons: heavy duty clutch killed my bad knee

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Miss My Baby — I Got This Car When It Was Just Ten Years Old. I Just Turned 17.. My First car..Awsome. The First thing i did was put in a chevy super t 10 4 speed trans. next, 90/10 front shocks. big tires,, and hot chiks!!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Best Car I Ever Oened.

Cons: I No Longer Own This Car.

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Best Car Ever — This car hits a top speed of about 160 stock. Upgraded 220 depending on what you put on it. Also this car has some sweet looks. this car has perfect interior and exterioir if you buy this car i recommend you puting you maximum efford of keeping this car in best of shape.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Fast

Cons: Nothing

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1968 Pontiac GTOReview
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Jose — 1968 GTO 5 speed BLUE 600 HP Cherry Bombers as mufflers lil body damage small tires in front big in the back lift in the back car fun to drive smoked a ferrari on the high way bad thing the gas arrow dropped but needs a little bit of gas

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Fast attractive low

Cons: no locks only use it for a joy ride

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1968 Pontiac GTOReview
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Three Deuces And A Four Speed, With A 389 — Massive amounts of tire shredding torque, and good amounts of horsepower and GTO's are just beautiful cars that have all the power to go along with the styling. Any year GTO 64' to 06' will tear any car on the road today up.

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Mean Muscle Car — I loved this car, and wish I still had it. Very fast off the line, good cruising, and easy to work on.

Pros: Fast and mean looking.

Cons: Gas hungry, and sometimes a Mopar could take me in the 1/4 mile!

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1968 Pontiac GTOReview
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380 Hp 4 Speed Manual Trans M22 — Built and Restored myself 400 Pontiac Ram Air IV Heads Mild Cam Race Headers

Pros: Fast off the line, Good Handling, Sounds Mean

Cons: Not very Reliable

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2005 Pontiac GTO Reviews

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1974 Pontiac GTO Reviews

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1973 Pontiac GTO Reviews

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