This numbers-matching 1968 GTO convertible received a comprehensive restoration, along with a few smart upgrades along the way, and with a 400 inch V8, it's still the big cat in the jungle. Showing just 71,152 original miles, this three-owner Goat comes complete with PHS documentation and a very reasonable price tag.
The all-new '68 GTO proved once again that Pontiac knew what younger buyers wanted in a performance car. More than just raw power, the new GTO was stylish, comfortable, and ideally suited to the late'60s muscle car scene. This awesome ragtop is a car that's always been loved, so it's been properly maintained and treated to a quality repaint in the early '90s. The look today proves that the car's three owners have been very picky about maintenance, making this a very high-quality piece. We're pretty sure there weren't any Verdoro Green GTOs that looked this good in Pontiac showrooms in 1968, with an awesome shine, super straight original sheetmetal, and panel gaps that fit superbly. The Endura bumper was game-changing, and it is in excellent condition with no cracks or damage to the paint from flexing, suggesting that proper flex additives were used during the paint process. ... Please ask for the full description.