Picked up this 1968 GTO on EBAY in the fall of 2018. Listing was very accurate and it WAS just as rough as the owner stated. I owned at 1969 back in college a lifetime ago. I now have the time and money to work on a project like this, so am looking forward to getting it ready to be drive-able by this next spring. Not looking for a show quality restoration, but something I can enjoy and still be proud of. I have not done a PHS documentation yet, but will do that sometime soon.
2018 Pontiac GTO (Green)
I know the engine is a 1969 400 CID from a large Pontiac. Transmission is a THM400 with Hurst His/Hers shifter. Haven't verified the transmission numbers, but nothing appears to have been cut/modified on the tunnel, so it may be the original.
The interior appears to be all original, except for the carpet which was redone very poorly.
The body/metal is in decent shape, though the paint and some of the bodywork are of amateur quality. I have yet to find any large patches of filler. The roof was completely replaced, mostly likely due to the Cordoba top these often came with which was notorious for rusting underneath.
Planning on adding a hidden blue-tooth system. Original radio appears to be with car and the dash has never been severely modified(rare from my experience.) Original speaker is still in the dash. Car came with a speaker switch mounted/cut into the dash. Will include a photo. Will be non-functional upon completion, but planning on leaving it in place.
In need of some serious upgrading.
Wheel and Tire
One wheel wonder rear end. 3.43 or something gears...I have it written down somewhere. Not sure from the numbers if it is original or not. Planning on adding a limited-slip to the differential at some point. I honestly just want this as a daily driver, but one wheel burnouts aren't too impressive. :)