by Sean Mattingly.
1970 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Looking down the left side of this Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible.
CLICK-> James sent in some updated pictures of Kyle Cheros's Granada Gold 1970 Judge. Looks like he just has to put on the front valance panel. I wonder if there will be stripes? If so, the color of the stripe is primarily yellow with lines in green and white.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible, left front view.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible, right rear view. See the pair of holes near the rear edge of the trunk about 1 foot in from either side? This is where the nuts for the rear spoiler sit.
CLICK-> Looking up the right side of this Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible again. This time the top is up.
CLICK-> Let's peek inside this Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible.
CLICK-> This Judge has a cool Hurst T-Handled shifter.
CLICK-> And now for the finishing touches. How about the stripes and Judge decals? They are green, white, and yellow for Granada Gold 1970 Judges.
CLICK-> Here's the completed view of the work that James did on Kyle Cheros's Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible, right side view.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible, right rear view.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible, rear end view.
CLICK-> Darren Jensen and his father found this restoration project sitting here in 1990. It's a Polar White 1970 Judge convertible!
CLICK-> Here's that same Polar White 1970 Judge convertible when Darren and his father finished it. Darren says that the car was sold to a person in California who has since sold it to someone in Wisconsin.
CLICK-> Three GTO's sitting in the driveway. Is this a dream or what? The first one is a Verdoro Green 1970 GTO hardtop that needs an engine and some body work. The owner, Westley Hanbury, commented about the picture, "This 70 GTO was originaly equipped with the 455HO engine and Ram-Air. It was purchased in the early eighties while being parted-out by the original owner's brother. He acquired the car at some point and told me the car was so fast he nearly killed himself with it several times before finally wiping out the passenger quarter panel. The original 455HO was removed by this man and he installed the engine into an old Ford 4x4 and was still running it this way when I met him in the early 90's. If you look closely at the picture you will also see my Dad's 69 Judge and Mom's '69 GTO in the driveway."
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