1968 GTO bought new by my Dad in February 1968 from O'Donnell Pontiac in Baltimore, MD. Driven for about 2 years then he sold it to his brother in 1970. He drove the car for about 6-7 years, then it sat in his garage until 2005, when Dad bought the car back. He did a frame off off restoration which was completed in August 2012 and he then he gave it to me. The car was restored all original with the Verdoro Green paint and Ivy Gold trim. The car has the original HD 3-speed (Dearborn M-13 unit) transmission which connects the orginal 400 to the 3:55 open rear. Options included: power antenna, AM radio with reverb (Verb-a-phonic speaker), console, soft-ray glass, electric clock, and deluxe wheel discs. No power options of any kind and drum brakes on the front. Only modifications were the addition of the Pontiac Rally I wheels and a little different cam. Car is numbers matching!