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Orange and black 1970 LeMans Sport, left front view. The hood is black and there's also a stripe over the top. CLICK->
Here's a shot of the 468 Chevy under the hood. CLICK->
Palomino Copper 1970 GTO send in by Håkan Sandell from Sweden. Håkan believes this is the only Ram Air IV GTO that was sold new in Sweden. There were only 74 1970 GTOs built with the Ram Air IV engine and the TH400 transmission. CLICK->
Side view of this Swedish 1970 GTO. Notice this one has the 1969 Judge stripe. This stripe was offered on the 1970 GTO as the Sport Stripe option. CLICK->
Here's the build sheet on this car. Take a look at all the options. Many seem like standard ones. I see option 098 Paint Stripe for the Sport Stripe and U18 Kilo Speedo. Notice the hand written reminder about the stripes. CLICK->
Here's some pictures of Dennis's 1970 GTO that he purchased and trailered home. Its engine has a bad crank and was already out of the car. CLICK->
Here's an air conditioned 4-speed hardtop 1970 GTO that sat in a garage for over 20 years before being sold to a Midwestern buyer. The car is an original RAIII car with all the parts in the trunk. CLICK->
Here's the rusty engine in this 1970 GTO. CLICK->
Brandon is the new proud owner of this 1970 Tempest! Here's what Brandon had to say, "I purchased car from a salvage yard in Kennewick, Washington (Dan's Garage). I initially went to purchase a GTO. I found the Tempest to be more in my price range, got the car home and it had a trunk full of good restoration parts, a nice surprise! Bought the car a year ago (2001) and have since rebuilt the entire front end with new poly graphite components and built up a 455 to power the car." His Dad, Bill, is co-owner. CLICK->
U-Haulin' Brandon's 1970 Tempest. Check out our For Sale List. You can get a nice looking GTO, LeMans, or Tempest too! CLICK->
Here are some finished pictures of Brandon's Targa Blue 1970 Tempest hardtop. His Dad, Bill, explains, "Brandon was honorably discharged from the Navy in September of 2004. We shipped the car across the country to Pennsylvania and recently completed the body and paint work along with a brand new interior to compliment the Targa Blue metal flake exterior paint. We have a few other mechanical upgrades that we want to do this fall and winter. It was a four year project that began in the state of Washington and completed in Pennsylvania. We feel it is one fine looking Tempest that most certainly turns heads. Thank-you Brandon for having the insight to purchase this lonely deprived out to pasture Tempest and allowing me the opportunity to assist in the restoration. Love Dad." CLICK->
Targa Blue 1970 Tempest hardtop, right front view. A GTO hood and trunk spoiler was added. CLICK->
Targa Blue 1970 Tempest hardtop, front end view. CLICK->
Targa Blue 1970 Tempest hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
Targa Blue 1970 Tempest hardtop, interior view. This one has gauge pods on the windshield post. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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