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1970 Pontiac GTOs.    Lot 28 of 95.
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CLICK-> Sierra Yellow 70 GTO Convertible [an error occurred while processing this directive] Sierra Yellow 1970 GTO convertible owned by Kevin Nelson from Pompton Plains, New Jersey. Kevin bought this in the summer of 2001. It has a floor shift automatic transmission with console, power steering, in dash clock, Rally II wheels, wheel opening mouldings, no other options.

CLICK-> Blue 70 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1970 GTO owned by Tommy Obenauf from Wisconsin. Tommy commented, "My Dad has had a 70 GTO since 1970, so I followed in his footsteps and bought my 1st GTO, after my high school graduation. It is a #'s matching, southern, 4-speed car with a 400 rebuilt engine, and new interior. It will be for sale in the next couple months!"
CLICK-> Blue 70 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, left rear view. In this picture you can see the dark blue color better.
CLICK-> Blue 70 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, rear end view. 1970 was the first year the rear sway bar was offered on the GTO.
CLICK-> 70 GTO engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a shot of the engine in Tommy's blue 1970 GTO.

CLICK-> Red 70 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] Red 1970 GTO owned by Jeff Hayn (jeffrey.hayn@fedex.com ). It's sitting the garage, the cover is off, and it's all ready for a spin!
CLICK-> 455 engine [an error occurred while processing this directive] There's a nice looking engine under the hood. That's a 455!
CLICK-> 70 GTO interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] The color of the interior is called Parchment. It looks like this would be hard to keep clean. It's still got the original radio.
CLICK-> 70 GTO backseat [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's the back seat. These cars actually have leg room for back seat passengers.
CLICK-> Red 70 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This red 1970 GTO has a black vinyl top, Rally II wheels, and a hood tach. Vinyl (or cordova) tops were a popular option back then.
CLICK-> 70 GTO trunk! [an error occurred while processing this directive] What's in the trunk? Looks like a red trimmed trunk mat. These trunks have a "spatter paint" finish. You can purchase trunk paint in a spray can that automatically produces the "spatter" look. Some of my first paint jobs resembled this finish, although that was not the effect I was trying for.
CLICK-> Red 70 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] A shot down the side of Jeff's red 1970 GTO. Nice and straight!
CLICK-> Yellow 70 GTO [an error occurred while processing this directive] This picture was sent in with the red ones. The car was probably yellow first.

CLICK-> gold 70 Judge [an error occurred while processing this directive] Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible owned by Kyle Cheros from Greenville, South Carolina. It's in James Groome's (james@groomepaper.com) shop for paint. The build sheet was found under the driver's side carpet. It's got a Ram Air III with M-22 4.30 gears, manual steering, and manual drum brakes.
CLICK-> gold 70 Judge [an error occurred while processing this directive] Looking up the right side of this Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible. Here's the story as told by James Groome, "This is a car that I just got done painting. The car has been owned by a friend of mine, Kyle Cheros, since 1975. The car has 55,000 miles and the interior and carpet are all original. The spare tire has never been on the ground. The original tires are in the guys garage. The car is extremely solid there was not even surface rust at the bottom of quarters. The build date is first week October 1969. The spoiler mounting holes are closer to the edge of the deck lid than most 70 Judges they come through where the innerframe holes are. The reason that I believe that this was changed was because that only allows the mounting studs to pass through only one layer of sheetmetal when they are attatched. And because the spoiler is so heavy it causes the metal on the decklid to flex and bend at the mounting points. (The decklid was extremly indented at these mounting points) I would like to hear from anyone else with an early 70 judge that has encountered this."
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