Watch Video! 4-speed 400 Convertible GTO 1968 like 1969 1967 1966 1970 1971 1972

Price: US $19,999.00 Item location: Mount Washington, Kentucky, United States
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Le Mans
  • SubModel: GTO Convertible
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: GTO Convertible
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 9,999
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 400 v8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: CD Player, Convertible, Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1968 Pontiac Le Mans GTO Convertible

1968 GTO Convertible
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This is the one you've been waiting for. Stand out among all the boring Mustangs and Camaros with this custom, one of a kind, GTO convertible. This car gets so much attention everywhere it goes! People love the custom look of the carbon fiber dash, Grant steering wheel, and digital gauges. A lot of work has gone into making this car handle and feel like a newer car. Tubular A arms top and bottom, all new bushings, new shocks front and back, and new racing (2" drop) springs/coils front and back make this thing handle like a race car in the turns. The big 400 motor has been freshly rebuilt with a cam, new push rods, aluminum edlebrock torker intake, the ever popular Rochester Quadrajet carb jetted and tuned for the cam, HEI distributor, and many other upgrades to make it run very very strong. It sounds amazing as is, but when you push the button on the remote and open the exhaust the rumbling sound is incredible. It is definitely Fast and Loud. It's cool to draw a crowd with the open exhaust, but very nice to be able to push the button and make it pretty quiet when you just want to hear the wind with the top down and cruising. You truly get the best of both worlds with this car. The big motor produces plenty of horsepower to burn the tires and have fun, but the 4 speed transmission and low gear ratio allows it to cruise down the highway at 85mph effortlessly at low rpm, and about 20mpg! You get the classic muscle car look and sound, with the modern comforts of digital gauges, 10 speaker stereo with JL amp and subs, comfortable brand new seats etc. Hopefully the pictures and video tell you everything you need to know, but feel free to ask any questions. Cars always look better in pictures so please come see it in person. Be prepared to fall in love because it's a very unique car that is an absolute joy to drive. Below is a list of some of the things done to the car recently. BTW all of the pictures and videos were taken within the last week.
New Top professionally installed
New cables and pads and all new weatherstripping for top
Edlebrock Torker Intake
Edlebrock hi-flow water pump
New timing chain and cover
New Alternator
New regulator
New hoses
New belts
New fuel lines front to back
New fuel pump
New fuel filter
New 3 core aluminum radiator
New dual 12" fans
New thermostat
Adjustable fan thermostat switch (manual switch under dash also)
New HEI Distributor
New Jegs red racing plug wires
New spark plugs
Rebuild Rochester Quadrajet carburetor
Steel braided hose kit
New chrome valve covers and air breather
New positive and negative battery cables
New master cylinder
New brake lines
New brakes
New air shocks in rear
New front shocks
New red lowing springs in front and rear
New rear bumper
New year one center console
New tubular A arms top and bottom
GTO emblems
New headlights
New tail lights
New short antenna
New Panasonic stereo
New 10 speaker mids/highs with custom kick panels
JL audio 500 watt amp
Custom box with two 10" subs
Custom trunk panels and carpet
New gas tank
New fuel sending unit
New oil sending unit
New Fischer door sills (haven't even removed the protective plastic yet)
New exhaust
New mufflers
New electric cut outs (dumps) remote controlled
New chrome tips
New grant steering wheel
LED turn signal indicators, bright light indicator on dash
Red LED interior lighting 30+ LEDs come on with door and have switch
Hurst shifter
New center console from year one (never installed)
New "Classic Dash" carbon fiber dash and gauge cluster
New Intellitronics 6 digital gauge set
New weather stripping... all of it....the most complete (and expensive) kit
New carpet
New door panels
New arm rests
New rear quarter panels
New seats front and rear. Not just covers, the entire seats, frames, cushions, etc.
I'm sure I'm forgetting a lot. Basically, a whole lot of money has been invested into this baby!
This is a great car that is ready for you to just get in and drive. It starts every time. It runs smooth and strong. All the lights and turn signals work. The right turn signal indicator on the dash doesn't flash, but the actual turn signals work fine. It steers and handles much much better than the average classic car. It has a lot of custom touches that make it one of a kind. I think I have just about all of the original equipment that came off. I will include a pic to show what I have. I had the convertible top guys install the new weather stripping when they put the new top on. I still have all the other weather stripping in the box from soft seal because I thought the new owner may want to repaint the car and would have to remove it all anyway. The car looks great now and gets tons of compliments, but if you want it to be a show car you'll want to give it a fresh new paint job. Or you can just enjoy it as is and get many years of worry free fun out of it. This car could easily be a daily driver without doing anything to it. Take long trips 80+mph down the highway smooth as glass. A real turn key classic car. I have sold several classic cars on ebay with excellent feedback so bid with confidence. The car isn't perfect, of course, but it's got nothing to hide. The underneath is super solid with virtually no rust. As always, I strongly recommend coming to see the car in person. This is not a trailer queen or museum piece. It is meant to be driven and enjoyed. I don't put a reserve because I'm not looking to get rich, and my cars always sell at a fair price. A couple of my car auctions have been won by dealers or "flippers" who resold them later for much more, and I'm OK with that. I just love these old cars, love restoring them, and hope to see them go to a good home and be enjoyed. I will assist with shipping however I can. I will deliver the car to a shipping company or airport within 50 miles. I will pick you up at the airport, or meet you there so you can fly in and drive it home. I'm confident this car will drive back to California without issue if that's what you want to do. Thanks for looking, and good luck!

This car was born a Lemans, not a 242 VIN GTO. Cars always look better in pictures so please come see it in person before bidding. The paint looks good from 10 ft away, but there are several chips and scratches etc as it has been driven regularly. It is not a trailer queen or show car, but it's beautiful and gets tons of attention everywhere it goes. One area behind the front left wheel appears to have been repaired in the past and shows signs of bondo and faded paint. The speedometer sending unit hasn't worked since day one, although the gauge itself works. The numbers on the oil gauge sometimes don't display the center line. It did start to overheat once when I was stuck in traffic on a hot day, so it may need a bigger radiator or better fans depending where you live. I mostly drive it when the weather is nice and it's fine. The dash pad is cracked. Windows could use alignment to seal perfectly. I am listing this car for a friend so questions and emails will be sent to him. This is a great car with a lot of potential. The only thing left to do is paint and body work, and I think you'll have a show car. Or just drive it as is and enjoy it.

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