Here's a rare one! Cardinal Red 1970 Judge convertible owned by Eric Vicker. This is 1 of 12 ever built! It's a RAIV/4spd with a Sandalwood interior and a white convertible top. It was in Sweden since 1974 (it has 200k speedometer). The Judge has been off road since early 1980s. It has 37k miles on the odometer. The body is near mint with all original panels and RA hood. CLICK->
Proper documentation is a must for such a rare car. Here's the build sheed which proves it is a real 1970 Judge convertible. CLICK->
Three more shots of this Cardinal Red 1970 Judge convertible owned by Eric Vicker. Eric lives in Pittsburgh area and has been into cars for 20 years. He's the POCI Firebird & National Firebird Tech Advisor. He also owns 1969 and 1970 RAIV Trans Ams. CLICK->
Gold 1970 LeMans hardtop owned by Steve Collins from Canada. This is a 455 car which is capable of 11's. The engine was built by SD Performance, out of Abbotsford, B.C. CLICK->
1970 GTO hardtop with custom Candy Apple Copper/Bronze paint job. CLICK->
Red 1970 GTO with a 455HO and a 4 speed. It was sent in by Pete Stack who is a friend of the owner. It won the top modified GTO in Bend Oregon's Tiger Run in 2000. CLICK->
1970 GTO tattoo owned by Brendan. His GTO can be found in the 1968 Hardtop Lot. CLICK->
Orbit Orange 1970 Judge hardtop pictured at a car show. This one has a black interior, a rear spoiler, and Rally II wheels. CLICK->
Orbit Orange 1970 Judge hardtop, right front view. It has a Ram Air engine. CLICK->
Red 1970 RA5 Judge hardtop owned by firstname.lastname@example.org and his brother Westley. They built it frame up in the mid eighties. It was a originally a Ram Air IV 4-speed Judge. CLICK->
A shot of that Ram Air 5 engine in this 1970 Judge hardtop. CLICK->
Silver 1970 LeMans Sport convertible owned by Mike and Teri Curry from Jackson, California. Mike added these comments, "We've had it since about 1995. We bought it as an 'escape vehicle' for Teri, as she had been tooling around in a Ford Aerostar minivan and was losing her mind. In a previous life, Teri had a Triumph TR6 convertible, so we had to find a suitable substitute for that car.
We shopped around for about six months for a 60's or 70's era convertible. After looking at numerous 'clean' cars that needed paint, bodywork, or interior work, we found this car in Petaluma. It was owned by a man claiming to be the second owner. The first owner was supposed to have been an employee of the G.M. plant in Fremont, California, and had it built to order. We have not verified this information, however. We do have the original registration and protect-o-plate (warranty card) showing the original owner's name, which matches the registration papers, so we suspect that it is at least partially accurate.
It's silver, with aftermarket wheels & tires, and an aftermarket stereo and CD changer. Everything else is original. The engine is the original 350 CID 2-bbl with a TH 350 automatic transmission. We plan on installing a newer factory engine, and having the 350 engine rebuilt later." CLICK->
Pepper Green 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Shane Edmonds who lives in New Zealand! Shane had this to say, "Here are some pics of my 1970 GTO. It has the 350hp 400 engine, TH400 trans & 3.55 ratio 10-bolt posi. The colour is Pepper Green. I purchased this car in 1995 from the original owner in Bakersfield CA then had it shipped down here to New Zealand (look at a map if you don't know where that is..) so it's a long way from home. Up till this year I cruised & drag raced it reguarly. Best E.T. of 14.4 at 97mph. This was through the mufflers and the car is showroom stock with the exception of TA radials 275 50 rear & 225 60 front. It hasn't even got headers!!! I have just parked it up in order to commence a full restration." CLICK->
Pepper Green 1970 GTO hardtop, left side view - coming off the line in New Zealand. CLICK->
Pepper Green 1970 GTO hardtop, getting a little sideways during a burnout at the raceway. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...