1968 Pontiac GTO


  1. JBP

    what is Happening here. is it mee, there is to broke, for buying a rusty sad bad GTO projekt, or?????

    Like 13
  2. Gaspumpchas

    sure is a ruffian. I’d be most concerned what the roof looked like, cant see too well and the pics don’t show much. Complete but a good inspection needed to see if you want to take it on. eleven large seems like a stretch but who knows. Good luck to the new owner!

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  3. Srt8

    Seems way too high given the ask I’ve seen for similar finished models. But as I’m not buying it’s just an opinion and not a fact.

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  4. TimM

    Wow, what a shame it couldn’t have been stored in a better area!! I don’t think the rust is worth fixing!! It’s so far gone!! Not a project I would take on the way the roof and the back of the car look!!

    Like 4
  5. John Oliveri

    Looks more like a lake find, pull the Vin tag motor and trans, donate the rest to the underwater sea life association they bury train cars and such at the bottom of the ocean, this is a good candidate

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    • George Mattar

      Repo sheet metal does not fit without hours of work. A/C compressor missing. New interior is $4,000. My best friend just did his 69 conv and that was the cost for interior. Good luck. Parts car at best.

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  6. Brad G

    He’s willing to pay me $11,000 to haul it to the junk yard?

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  7. Del

    700 dollar parts car. I might even go 800

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  8. Tony Buford

    Jeez, I think about the beat up, rust free 69 GTO I found in the Nevada desert outside of Hawthorne in 83. It was a chrome bumper, hood tach car with a tired motor. Free if I towed out of the yard.
    I, with help, put in a fresh rebuilt 400 and raged hell all over Mineral County, Had a modified quadrajet that howled like a tornado. Easily one of the top 5 cars fastest in town, ended up basically giving that car away in 84. Wonder what it would be worth now.

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  9. Mountainwoodie

    Funny how what people value changes over time. Someone didn’t value this for a very long time.

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  10. Little_Cars

    WOW. So “ragged.” Looks mostly baked, sautéed and perforated to the point of no return. If I’d owned that car from new or maybe the second or third owner it would have never looked like this. Another “just a used car” conundrum with decades of neglect for the new owner to reverse. PASS. I see more than a roll of duct tape to repair the leaking roof seeing as the drip rails are gone.

  11. stillrunners Stillrunners Member

    Waiting on Keith’s opinion…..

    • PRA4SNW PRA4SNW Member

      It’s not a Mopar.

  12. Reginald Berry

    Oh, you mean it’s not a “Money Or Parts Allways Require ” car?

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  13. Larry Member

    Price has been lowered down to $10,000

  14. Johnny

    SUMMER OF 1979. I sold a 68 goat. With the 400 motor-tach on the hood –his and hers shifter for $125. All was wrong with it.The door on the drivers side needed brought back out. The guy I sold it to. I made him promise to not sale it to this one guy. Because he tore up everything he got his hands on.Well the guy did and a little while later.The guy destroyed it. I told the guy who bought it to never ask to buy anything off of me again. Except for the door. It was in really nice shape. Road really good and had plenty of power

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